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67) List the three major domains of life and the five kingdoms of organisms, along with a briefdescription of the fundamental criteria used in assigning organisms to these divisions.Diff: 1
Skill:KnowledgeSection:12.1 What Are Living Things, and How Are They Classified?Essent'l Concept:12.1 Discuss the characteristics of life and how living things are classified68) Distinguish between plankton, nekton, and benthos and give an example of each.Diff: 2
Skill:ComprehensionSection:12.2 How Are Marine Organisms Classified?Essent'l Concept:12.2 Describe how marine organisms are classified18
69) Discuss why marine phytoplankton are generally smaller and more ornate than theirfreshwater counterparts.Diff: 4
Skill:AnalysisSection:12.4 How Are Marine Organisms Adapted for the Physical Conditions of the Ocean?Essent'l Concept:12.4 Explain how marine organisms are adapted for the physical conditions ofthe ocean19
70) Discuss osmotic balance in freshwater and saltwater fishes.

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