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Kingdoms of Life Project Keri Holland Nathan Sharpe
Classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Reptilia Order: Squamata Family: Varanidae Genus: Varanus Species: Varanus komodoensis Kingdom: Monera Phylum: Spirochetes Class: Chroobacteria Order: Choococales Family: Prochloraceae Genus: Cylindrospermopsis Species: Cylindrospermopsis raciborskii
They’ve been around since the dinosaur age. They have multiple species and forms.
7 meters (23 feet) 150 kilograms (330 pounds) About 2-5 centimeters in diameter [size varies with species]
Komodo Dragons Tertiary consumer Cyanobacteria heterotrough
George Sandridge & Bradford Webb
By Brandon Schulte. Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Reptilia Order: Squamata Family: Varanidae Genus: Varanus Species: komodoensis.
By: Angelo Batalon. The komodo dragon eats meat. In order to catch their food they wait along game trails to ambush pigs, deer, and buffalo. When they.
Protists Small in Size, Enormous in Diversity. Taxonomy Review What are the different groups a species is classified into? Kingdom Phylum Class.
Kingdom:Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Carnivora Family: Felidae Genus: Panthera Species: Panthera tigris.
Taxonomy How we classify organisms based upon structural similarities and differences.
Kingdoms of life project
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Objective: Identify Kingdoms Begin Organism lab Test on Unit One next Friday, HW= Outdoor observation lab due tomorrow.
Classification Levels KINGDOM PHYLUM CLASS ORDER FAMILY GENUS SPECIES “King Phillip Came Over For Grape Soda”
Classification of Living Things Chapter 7. Why There is a Need for Classifying There are well over 2 million different types of organisms known.
How are living things organized? Diversity and Classification.
The Classification System An Interactive PowerPoint Presentation by Stacey Podolsky.
Aim: How do scientists classify living organisms?
Life Science Overview Cells, Classification, and Ecosystems.
Notes-Classification Life is classified into 3 Domains: Domain 1 is Archaea ---some live in extreme environments (Yellowstone) Domain 2 is Bacteria ---Some.
Kingdom Post Test Part 1.
Dichotomous Keys Characteristics of Keys “Numbered” on left Each number has an “a” and ‘b” associated with it Each “a” and “b” statement for one number.
Taxonomy The science of naming organisms.. Aristotle Plant or animal? If an animal, does it –Fly –Swim –Crawl Simple classifications Used common names.
Chapter 7 - Classification Carolus Linnaeus 18 th century Swedish 2 groups – plants and animals he divided the animal group according to similarities.
Classification Evolution Unit.
1 Kingdoms Powerpoint designed by Anita L. Archer, PHD for presentation in Middle School demonstration lesson.
ANIMALIA. kingdom of multicellular eukaryotic heterotrophs whose cells do not have cell walls.
1) To explain how scientists classify living things 2) To identify the 6 kingdoms of life.
Diversity in Living Organisms. Five Kingdom Classification The five kingdom classification, the most modern classification was given by Whittaker…… Whittaker.
Carolus von Linneaus mid-1700’s Determined levels of classification Binomial Nomenclature.
WARM UP #4 10/15 Which kingdom(s) is unicellular only? What do you call a cell that has a true nucleus? What do you call an animals that needs to.
Classification of Living Things Biology Chapter 19 Taxonomy and Kingdoms 1.
Reptiles & their Characteristics! By: Andrew (Crispin) Wesson.
& Unit 4:. Objectives: 1.Know the founder of classification. 2. Know the seven levels of classification. 3. Know how to name organisms using scientific.
Classification of Living Things
What Domain does an Apple Tree belong to?
Unit 9 Notes: Taxonomy and Kingdoms How can we classify these?
LIFE All living things: 1. Are composed of cells 2. require energy 3. reproduce 4. display heredity – pass traits down from parent to offspring 5. respond.
Unicellular- Consisting of one cell Multicellular- Consisting of many cells Prokaryote- an organism with only one cell and no nucleus Eukaryote- an organism.
Classification Notes. Scientists classify organisms based upon similarities.
POLAR BEAR By: THE Mike Maschi. Classification ●Kingdom- Animalia ●Phylum- Chordata ●Class- Mammalia ●Order- Carnivora ●Family- Ursidae ●Genus- Ursus.
Classification and Species Interactions
6 KINGDOMS Unit 2 - Biodiversity. It’s Alive! What qualities distinguish something as “living”? It can…. Grow and develop Reproduce Obtain and use.
ArchaebacteriaEubacteria Unicellular Multicellular.
Ch. 17: Organizing Life’s Diversity
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CLASSIFYING ANIMALS OCS Biology. Classifying Animals Biologists divide animals into groups based on their similarities. Biologists divide animals into.
Classification Current number of species identified on Earth: 1.7 million Write down all notes in BLACK text.
Chapter 2.2 Classifying Organisms. POINT > Define prokaryote and eukaryote POINT > Explain why and how we classify things POINT > Define taxonomy and.
Classification Test Practice by Mrs. Yantosh 1. Which of the following is in the correct order? A. Kingdom, phylum, class, order, family, species, genus.
In the late 1930’s, electron microscopes were developed These let you see tiny structures within cells.
Classification and Identification of Fossils Lab # 3.
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