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M ARCH 17,2015 Expectations for Behavior Goals and Objectives Unit Review
E XPECTATIONS FOR B EHAVIOR
E XPECTED B EHAVIOR Raise your hand if you have a question, answer, thought, or concern. Wait your turn to speak or answer a question. Do not talk over people.
G OALS AND O BJECTIVES
Review classification vocabulary, information, and key points. To be successful on our assessment. To fulfill our life science standards LS3 (7-8) – 8c Students demonstrate an understanding of classification of organisms by recognizing the classification system used in modern biology. What are we doing today? Why are we learning this?
C LASSIFICATION R EVIEW
D EFINE THE FOLLOWING VOCABULARY WORDS …… Species:______________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Genus:_______________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________
M ATCH THE WORD WITH THE DEFINITION.... Classification Heterotroph Nucleus Unicellular An organism that cannot make its own food. An organism that is made up of one cell. The control center for the cell The process of grouping things together based on similar characteristics
Binomial Eukaryote Autotroph Multi-cellular Prokaryote An organism that can produce its own food. An organism whose cells lack a nucleus. An organism whose cells have a nucleus. An organism that is made up of many cells. Two names.
F ILL IN THE B LANKS … The _____________ and the ______________ are the two levels of classification that give an organism their scientific name. _______________ ________________ was the scientist who created the classification system. There are ___________ kingdoms in the classification system. Humans are in the _____________ kingdom.
D RAW A CIRCLE AROUND THE KINGDOMS AND A BOX AROUND THE DOMAINS … Animal Protist Plant Fungi Monera Archea Bacteria Eukarya
Step 1: Put a 1 next to the words that address an organism’s ability to make food. Step 2: Put a 2 next to the words that address how many cells are in an organism. Step 3: Put a 3 next to the words that addresses whether an organism has a nucleus or not Heterotroph Autotroph Multi-cellular Eukaryote Prokaryote Unicellular
M ULTIPLE CHOICE … What kind of scientist was Carolus Linneaus? A. Chemist B. Physicist C. Naturalist D. Astronomer Which two domains contain prokaryotes? A. Eukarya B. Bacteria C. Archea What does the word monera mean? A. Many cells B. Two names C. Bacteria D. Mold What does the word Archaea mean? A. Many cells B. Ancient C. Bacteria D. Two names
F ILL IN THE B LANKS … Linnaeus created the _________________ classification system. What Language is the classification system in, including the scientific names of living things? _______________ How many kingdoms contain eukaryotes? ______ Name a multicellular fungi? _____________ Name a unicellular fungi? ________________ Name a multicellular protist? _________________
Why do scientists classify organisms? _____________________________________________ In the classification system organisms are placed into groups based on _____________________ __________________ ( two words). The more classification levels that organisms share the more _____________________ they have in common. Which kingdom contains ONLY multi-cellular organisms that are heterotrophs? _________________
S HORT A NSWERS … Why did Linnaeus develop the classification system in Latin? _____________________________________________ ____________________________________________________ How do you write a proper scientific name? Describe… ____________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________ What is wrong with this scientific name? rubrumAcer
L IST THE 8 LEVELS OF CLASSIFICATION …
W HAT ARE THE 3 WAYS ORGANISMS ARE PLACED INTO DOMAINS AND KINGDOM LEVELS ? 1. W HAT TYPE OF ______________ THEY HAVE ; P ROKARYOTIC OR ______________. 2. H OW MANY _____________ THEY HAVE ; UNICELLULAR OR MULTICELLULAR 3. H OW THEY OBTAIN _____________; A UTOTROPH OR H ETEROTROPH
H OW IS THE ANIMAL KINGDOM DIVIDED ? T HEY ARE EITHER A _________________ WITH A BACKBONE OR AN ______________ WHICH DOES NOT HAVE A BACKBONE. I F YOU HAVE A BACKBONE THEN YOU ARE IN THE PHYLUM ___________________.
W HAT IS THE H UMAN C LASSIFICATION ? U SE THE FOLLOWING WORDS : SAPIEN HOMINIDAE EUKARYA MAMMALHOMO ANIMAL PRIMATE CHORDATA D OMAIN – K INGDOM - P HYLUM - C LASS - O RDER - F AMILY - G ENUS - S PECIES -
M ATCH THE FOLLOWING : 1. H AIR - LIKE STRUCTURES THAT ALLOW SOME A. C ARTILAGE PROTISTS TO MOVE AROUND, OTHERS HAVE FLAGELLUM OR PSUEUDOPODS. 2. T HIS IS THE PHYLUM NAME GIVEN TO ORGANISMS B. C ILIA IN THE ANIMAL KINGDOM WHO HAVE STINGING CELLS TO STUN THEIR PREY. 3. THERE ARE TWO CATEGORIES OF FISH, BONY OR.. C. A NGIOSPERM 4. P LANTS THAT MAKE CONES CONTAINING SEEDS. D. C YANOBACTERIA 5. P LANTS THAT MAKE FLOWERS WHICH CONTAIN E. C OLENTERATES SEEDS. 6. A TYPE OF BACTERIA THAT ARE A MAJOR FOOD F. A RTHROPODA SOURCE IN LAKES AND PONDS. 7. THIS IS A PHYLUM IN THE ANIMAL KINGDOM IN G. G YMNOSPERM WHICH 75% OF ALL ANIMALS BELONG.
W RITE THE CLASSES IN THE ANIMAL KINGDOM 1. WARM - BLOODED VERTEBRATE THAT BREATHES WITH LUNGS, HAS FUR, FOUR LIMBS AND BIRTHS LIVE YOUNG ? ______________________________________ 2. COLD - BLOODED VERTEBRATES WITH DRY SCALY SKIN ? ______________________________________ 3. COLD - BLOODED VERTEBRATE THAT CAN LIVE ON LAND AND IN THE WATER, GO THROUGH METAMORPHOSIS ? _______________________________________