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Question 1: The only one which is still in common use is the kingdom Chromista proposed by Cavalier-Smith, including organisms such as kelp, ________, and water moulds.

Question 2: Based on ________ studies, Carl Woese divided the prokaryotes (Kingdom Monera) into two kingdoms, called Eubacteria and Archaebacteria.
Non-coding RNASmall interfering RNARNADNA

Question 3: Haeckel placed the red algae (Haeckel's Florideae; modern Florideophyceae) and blue-green algae (Haeckel's Archephyta; modern ________) in his Plantae.
CyanobacteriaGram-positive bacteriaStreptococcus iniaeProkaryote

Question 4: ________ distinguished two kingdoms of living things: Animalia for animals and plantae for plants (Linnaeus also included minerals, placing them in a third kingdom, Mineralia).
Carl LinnaeusCharles DarwinBiologyBotany

Question 5: ________ does not use this term, because one of the fundamental premises of cladistics is that the evolutionary tree is so deep and so complex that it is inadvisable to set a fixed number of levels.
PhylogeneticsCladeComputational phylogeneticsCladistics

Question 6: The classifications of taxonomy are life, domain, kingdom, phylum, class, order, family, ________, and species.
Biological classificationKingdom (biology)GenusSubspecies

Question 7: It is based mainly on differences in ________; his Plantae were mostly multicellular autotrophs, his Animalia multicellular heterotrophs, and his Fungi - multicellular saprotrophs.
Healthy dietMalnutritionHuman nutritionNutrition

Question 8: In biological taxonomy, kingdom or regnum is a ________ in either (historically) the highest rank, or (in the new three-domain system) the rank below domain.
Taxonomic rankBiological classificationOrder (biology)Species


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