#10 "Melodic Minor" is Phrygian. The third mode of the major scale is not melodic minor. And if you start it from the 4th degree as you have circled the root, it becomes Aeolian.
#7, "Dorian" is Aeolian. To get Dorian from this, start on the 4th. This is the 2nd mode of major.
#6 could also be called Arabian, or just plain Diminished.
Dominant Pentatonic... I've always played and taught it as a common Pentatonic Minor with a natural 3rd, although this too would outline a dominant chord nicely (1,3,5,b7).
We must have learned from different books; of course, 3 of my books agree ;).