Module 6 Lesson 8
Amur Lepord is a critically endangered species.
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Leopards reproduce sexually typically giving birth
late spring. They begin mating 2-3 years old and
Western and Central Africa
I live in Central Africa. Typically I live warm blooded creatures
host me. I have been around rats, cattle, sheep, even people. I
can potentially cause damage to the
Virtual Garden Observations
The roots of a monocot grow from the seed itself.
The hypocotyl produces leaves that sprout a stem.
On the 8th day the leaves appear on the stem.
The roots of a dicot branch off from a root stem.
Module 6 Lesson 2
The root of a phylogenic tree is when life on Earth shared a common ancestor. As Earth evolved the tree
began to divide. Bacteria went one way while Archaea and Eukarya went another way. Bacteria and
Archaea are both
The kingdom is Animailia which is all animals, basically excluding only plants and
single celled organisms such as bacteria. The Phylum is chordata means the
animal species have a spinal structure. Class IS Aves which is popularly known as
Module 6 Lesson 3
Protist do not fit under any specific kingdom because they appear plant like animal like and fungus like.
All protist are simple structured, multicellular colonies or unicellular, eukaryotic, lack specialization
within cells, hav
Module 06.05 Honors Assignment
Dichotomous Key Lab Activity
Descriptions of each sample
Common grass is a 2-inch gre
Module 6 Lesson 1
There are over 1,000,000 species in the world. Being that there are so many
scientist needed a way to classify or group these species. Over time there were
different variations of how to organize them.
The great chain of being ha