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THE GREAT DOMAINS OF LIFE
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LUCA EUBACTERIA ARCHAEBACTERIA EUKARYOTA
E. The Six Kingdoms Chart in your notes!!!!!. DOMAIN KINGDOM CELL TYPE CELL STRUCTURES NUMBER OF CELLS MODE OF NUTRITION EXAMPLES Bacteria Eubacteria.
Major Characteristics of the Six Kingdoms. Six Kingdoms Archaebacteria Eubacteria Protista Fungi Plantae Animalia.
Contains only one kingdom – Eubacteria Cell type : Prokaryote Cell structures : Cells with peptidoglycan # of cells : Unicellular Nutrition : Autotroph.
Kingdoms & Domains. Eubacteria Archaebacteria ProtistaPlantaeFungiAnimalia Bacteria Archaea Eukarya 3 DOMAINS 6 KINGDOMS.
Classification Review. A. How are living things classified? 1.Biologists use Taxonomy- science of classifying and giving a scientific name to organisms.
6 Kingdoms The Kingdom of Eubacteria Single-Celled Prokaryotic Producer/Consumer No Organelles Some are helpful by producing vitamins and foods.
Taxonomy - Classifying the 6 Kingdoms. Kingdom This is the largest taxon. All organisms are placed in 1 of 6 groups based on their cell structure. A group.
Domains Bacteria (Eubacteria) Archaebacteria Eukarya.
Learning Target #3 Who is known as the “Father of Taxonomy”?
Kingdoms and Domains Differences and Similarities Why do we put that there?
Classification of Living Things N OTES 1. Taxonomy defined: The branch of biology that deals with naming and classifying organisms. A. Classification.
Introduction to Domains & Kingdoms Three Domains: Bacteria- made up of Kingdom Eubacteria Archaea – made up of Kingdom Archaebacteria Eukarya – made up.
The 6 Kingdoms. Archaebacteria Unicellular Organisms No Nucleus (prokaryotes) Can live in extreme conditions Cell structure different than Eubacteria.
Cells and Classification of Life Reassessment Review Directions Click “Slideshow” then “From Beginning” to view this presentation properly. Take detailed.
DOMAIN KINGDOM CELL TYPE CELL STRUCTURES NUMBER OF CELLS MODE OF NUTRITION EXAMPLES Bacteria Eubacteria Prokaryote Cell walls with peptidoglycan Unicellular.
The Six Kingdoms Organisms are placed into kingdoms based on five questions 1.Prokaryotic or Eukaryotic? 2.Unicellular or Multicellular? 3.Producer or.
Warm UP: SOL Practice # 5 Cell Structure Use good testing strategies!! (skip it, highlight key words, eliminate answer choices) Work on vocabulary terms.
Classification How we group things. Why do we classify living things? We have about 1.5 million NAMED & classified species. There may be over 30 million.
Which Domain and Kingdom?. Streptococcus bacteria Domain: Eubacteria Kingdom: Eubacteria.
Vocab Unit 9 Kingdoms and Classification.. Broadest level of classification in the new system. There are three of these.
Chapter 19 The Six Kingdoms Bacteria Archaea Protista Fungi Plantae Animalia.
The Six Kingdoms of Life The Six Kingdoms of Life By: Mr. Lowe.
Taxonomy Taxonomy: The discipline of classifying organisms and assigning each organism a universally accepted (scientific name)
A.What is of Taxonomy? The science of naming organisms and classifying them into groups B.Why classify? Provides a universal language so scientists can.
Kingdoms & Domains Chapter 19
Introduction to Phylogeny With some review of taxonomy…
The Six Kingdoms. Directions Record all notes that have the following symbol on the slide.
A.Definition of Taxonomy: The science of naming organisms and classifying them into groups B.The need for classification Provides a universal language.
KINGDOMS OF LIFE. EUBACTERIA DOMAIN = Bacteria Eu = True meaning “True Bacteria” Prokaryotes or Eukaryotes or Both?
The 6 Kingdoms. Kingdom Archaebacteria Prokaryotes Single celled Has a cell wall (no peptidoglycan) Some autotrophs & heterotrophs Live in extreme environments.
CLASSIFICATION OF LIFE Terms To Know Prokaryote: – Simple cells that have no nucleus Eukaryote: – Complex cells, with a nucleus and many organelles Unicellular:
Chapter 7 - Classification Carolus Linnaeus 18 th century Swedish 2 groups – plants and animals he divided the animal group according to similarities.
Unit 7: Evolution & Classification How and why are organisms classified? What tools do we use to classify organisms?
Unit 11: Classification Ch. 3 Classification Taxonomy = branch of biology that deals w/ naming & classifying organisms.
Unit 11: Classification Ch. 3 Classification Taxonomy = branch of biology that deals w/ naming & classifying organisms. 200.
Taxonomy SC.912.L.15.6 Discuss distinguishing characteristics of the domains and kingdoms of living organisms. Source:http://higheredbcs.wiley.com/legacy/college/levin/
Taxonomy (Classification). Carolus Linnaeus -developed the scientific naming system still used today. Taxonomy is the science of naming and classifying.
CLASSIFICATIONCLASSIFICATION ADDING ORDER. Engage Alien Planet Story.
What is a dichotomous key? a tool that determines the identity of items in the natural world, such as trees, wildflowers, mammals, reptiles, rocks, and.
Classification JEOPARDY S2C06 Jeopardy Review ClassificationVocabulary What Kingdom is it? Misc. Early Taxonomy
Organisms The six characteristics common to living organisms: Living things are made of cells. Living things obtain and use energy. Living things.
Content Standard (4) Describe organisms in the six – kingdom classification system by their characteristics.
Chapter 18 Classification. Why Classify? In order to name and group organisms in a logical manner Taxonomy- classifying organisms and assigning each a.
Old Categories Cattle Creeping Creatures Beasts Grasses Fowl Herbs Trees Fish.
KINGDOMS AND DOMAINS. The tree of life shows our most current understanding. New discoveries can lead to changes in classification. - Until 1866:
Chapter 18. The science of naming and classifying living things.
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