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3 rd 9 weeks Benchmark Review Topics OMHS Honors Biology
Test # 1 – Classification, Taxonomy, Bacteria & Viruses Writing scientific names Order of taxa from most inclusive to least inclusive Differences between bacteria & protists
Test # 1 Continued Determining evolutionary relationships Viral structure Bacterial cell structure Cell wall composition
Test # 1 Continued Bacterial Environments General Characteristics of: –Kingdom Archaebacteria –Kingdom Eubacteria –Kingdom Protista –Kingdom Fungi
Test # 2 - Evolution Evolutionary theory scientists Natural Selection Natural Selection v. Evolution
Test # 2 Continued Evidence that supports evolution Comparative Anatomy Individuals v. Populations
Test # 2 Continued Causes of evolutionary change Earliest fossils Oxygen in atmosphere
Test # 2 Continued Causes of extinction Human species
Test # 3 – Evolutionary History How mutations affect organisms & populations Advantages to life on land for plants & animals Vascular tissue & cuticle
Test # 3 Continued Importance of exoskeleton First group to lay waterproof eggs Amphibians v. Reptiles –Skin, reproduction, habitat, breathin
Test # 3 Continued Ancestors of land plants Why pollen & seeds Gymnosperms v. Angiosperms
Test # 3 Continued Parts of a flower
SQ3R’s Ch. 1 What is Life. Ch. 2 Viruses and Bacteria Ch. 3 Protists and Fungi.
The 6 Kingdoms How are Evolutionary Relationships Determined? Structural similarities Breeding behavior Geographical distribution Biochemistry.
The theory of evolution is supported with the following evidence 1. Fossil record- using relative dating and carbon-14 dating to determine age of extinct.
Questions – Monera What are two characteristics of the organisms in Kingdom Monera? What is meant by unicellular? What are the three shapes of bacteria?
Kingdoms Plantae and Animalia and rest of Classification Notes.
1) To explain how scientists classify living things 2) To identify the 6 kingdoms of life.
Content Standard (4) Describe organisms in the six – kingdom classification system by their characteristics.
17.2 The Six Kingdoms. Classification models Phylogeny – evolutionary history Phylogenetic classification reflects evolutionary relationships Two models.
A. All classifications above species is “invented” by researchers who decide how to distinguish between 1 genus and another.
Classifying Organisms. How do scientists classify organisms?
Classification. Classifying Most Living Things Dichotomous Key Single-Celled: Nucleus: Yes-Protists; No-Bacteria. Makes Own Food: Plants. Eats food: Yes-Animals;
5 th Grade Science Ch. 6: Multicellular Organisms Mrs. Thornburg’s version.
Kingdoms Review. Bacteria & Viruses Protists & Fungi PlantsAnimalsMiscellaneous
Classification of Living Things Biology Chapter 19 Taxonomy and Kingdoms 1.
Classification & Intro to Animals JEOPARDY #1 S2C06 Jeopardy Review Image from:
Title Page “The 6 Kingdoms & Viruses” ~Your Name ~4 pictures/drawing of organisms – include kingdom & scientific name. Page 1.
Modern Evolutionary Classification Section Problems with Traditional Classification Originally, organisms were grouped according to their physical.
Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin.
Jeopardy Q 1 Q 2 Q 3 Q 4 Q 5 Q 6Q 16Q 11Q 21 Q 7Q 12Q 17Q 22 Q 8 Q 13 Q 18 Q 23 Q 9 Q 14 Q 19Q 24 Q 10 Q 15 Q 20Q 25 Final Jeopardy
EQ: What are the 3 Domains? Agenda: Unit 6 Evolution Test Analysis Classification Notes & Concept Map BIOLOGY Unit 7 Classification Day 1: Thursday 11/6.
CLASSIFICATION OF LIFE Terms To Know Prokaryote: – Simple cells that have no nucleus Eukaryote: – Complex cells, with a nucleus and many organelles Unicellular:
CSCOPE UNIT 10 LESSON 02 Kingdoms of Life Characteristics.
Diversity of Life Chapter 4, Section 3. Evolution overview All life on earth began about 3.5 billion years ago with organisms that were a single cell.
Jeopardy Ecology JEOPARDY Organi- zation Evolution Classifica- tion Energy Flow Wild Card
CLASSIFICATION OF SPECIES 1. What is taxonomy? Who developed the system? How does the system work? What are these groups called? The scientific system.
Biology Chapter 18 Test Review B $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100$100$100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Topic 1Topic 2Topic 3Topic 4 Topic 5 FINAL ROUND.
Classification Section 18.2 & Phylogeny: Evolutionary relationships among organisms Biologists group organisms into categories that represent lines.
Organizing Life’s Diversity. Classification – the grouping of objects or information based on similarities. (ie. organizing your music collection)
18.3 – Building the Tree of Life Chapter 18 – Classification 18.3 Building the Tree of Life.
1 Chapter 4- The Organization of Life. 2 I. Ecosystems: Everything is Connected A.Defining an Ecosystem 1. An ecosystem is all of the organisms living.
Until more recent times, scientists named Things with crazy long names that Just described the organism. Apis pubescens, thorace subgriseo, abdomine.
Classification Chapter 18. Taxonomy The field of biology that deals with classifying organisms. Each level is called a Taxon.
Classification. Taxonomy Science of grouping organisms according to their presumed natural relationships Artificial May change with new evidence.
Ch 18- Classification Why do biologists organize living organisms into groups that have biological meaning? – Study the diversity of life Use classification.
Organizing Life Classification, Taxonomy & Dichotomous Key A brief review…..
Interpreting Evolutionary Evidence Taxonomy Field of biology that identifies names and classifies species – Classification system Aristotle/Linnaeus.
Taxonomy C17 Learning Targets Evolution underlies the classification of life’s diversity. C17.1 The History of Classification 17.1 – Biologists use a.
UNIT 8—EVOLUTION & CLASSIFICATION Chapters 16 – 18.
Warm-Up: The shaded sequence of nucleotides is for a gene from DNA that is similar to what you might find from a living human (Living DNA). The rest are.
UNIT 5A Classification & Kingdoms. I. Classification a. Organize items so you can better understand and find them b. Based on Similarities c. Taxonomy:
Get with your group and finish your activity with the 6 Kingdoms.
1. Form a Hypothesis Which are more likely to be dispersed by animals- the seeds of an angiosperm or a gymnosperm- explain 2. Explain How do the three.
20.1 Origins of Plant Life TEKS 7A, 7E, 8C, 12A The student is expected to: 7A analyze and evaluate how evidence of common ancestry among groups is provided.
5 Kingdoms Moneran One celled One celled No separate nucleus No separate nucleus Example: bacteria Example: bacteria.
Chapter 4 Section 3: The Diversity of Living Things.
How do Scientists Classify Organisms? Chapter 7 lesson 1.
OBSERVING VARIATION (1) Variation exists in living populations. (2) Some variations are helpful and increase life span. (3) Some variations are harmful.
SB3. Students will derive the relationship between single-celled and multi-celled organisms and the increasing complexity of systems.. Bioluminescent Dinoflagellates.
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