1) In what two large groups do scientists classify animals? a) mammals and non-mammals b) vertebrates and invertebrates c) humans and animals d) living and non-living 2) animals with a backbone a) vertebrates b) invertebrates 3) animals without a backbone a) vertebrates b) invertebrates 4) vertebrate with hair or fur that has live birth that drinks milk from mother a) reptile b) amphibian c) fish d) mammal e) bird 5) vertebrate that spends part of its life in the water and part on land a) reptile b) amphibian c) fish d) mammal e) bird 6) vertebrate that lives in the water and breathes with gills. lays eggs in water a) reptile b) amphibian c) fish d) mammal e) bird 7) vertebate that has scales, is cold-blooded, and lives on land. Lays eggs on land a) reptile b) amphibian c) fish d) mammal e) bird 8) body temperature is determined by the environment. (Most reptiles) a) warm blooded b) cold blooded c) hypothermulated d) hyperthermulated 9) scientists classify plants by how they reproduce. How do plants reproduce? a) cones and non-cones b) cones and flowers c) seeds and spores d) flowers and leaves 10) the part of the plant that supports the leaves and helps get water to the plant parts a) roots b) stem c) leaves d) flower 11) the process by which plants use the sun to produce energy a) solar energy b) energetic production c) photosynthesis d) photographic energy 12) a plant part that contains a tiny new plant (or embryo) a) seed b) spore c) cone d) flower 13) capture the energy of sunlight and use it to make food for the plant a) roots b) leaves c) stems d) flower 14) living thing that makes its own food . Example = plants a) producer b) decomposer c) consumer 15) living thing that eats other living things to survive a) producer b) decomposer c) consumer 16) breaks down the remains of dead organisms to feed on them a) producer b) decomposer c) consumer 17) organism a) any living thing b) something that was once living c) applies to only very small living things 18) Which of these animals is a vertebrate? a) dog b) lady bug c) worm d) spider 19) Which characteristic is shared by a goldfish, a parrot, and a snake? a) they all have feathers b) they all have a backbone c) they all breathe with lungs d) they all have constant body temperatures 20) You see a mother animal and a baby. The animals have fur and the baby is drinking milk from the mother. How is this animal classified? a) reptile b) amphibian c) invertebrate d) mammal 21) A student researches several organisms. She then sorts the organisms into three groups: producers, consumers, and decomposers. Which information does the student use to sort the organisms? a) where they live b) how they get food c) whether people eat them d) weather they have a backbone 22) Group 1 : Backbone, scales, live in water and breathe with gills Group 2: Backbone, scales, live on land and breathe with lungs. What are the two groups? a) fish and reptiles b) reptiles and birds c) fish and mammals d) reptiles and amphibians 23) A student observes a school tree during the year. The tree has flowers in the spring, and loses its leaves in the fall. How should the tree be classified? a) spore producer and tree b) flowering plant and coniferous tree c) seed producer and deciduous tree d) coniferous plant and evergreen tree 24) A student finds the following animals in his garden: frog, snake, snail, and lizard. He classifies the snail in one group and the other animals in a second group. Which are the student groups? a) amphibians, reptiles b) invertebrates, reptiles c) invertebrates, vertebrates d) animals with gills, animals with lungs 25) A student wants to research invertebrates. Which of these animals should she study? a) frog b) fish c) clam d) eagle e) snake 26) Group 1: Scots pine tree, rose bush, orange tree, sunflower Group 2: Boston fern, cushion moss, liverwort. What are the MOST LIKELY names of the groups? a) trees, ferns b) seed producers, spore producers c) deciduous trees, coniferous trees d) flowering plants, coniferous plants




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