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SMALL ANIMAL CARE CHAPTER ONE
INVERTEBRATES – 420 million years VERTEBRATES - 370 million years DINOSAURS – 180 million years SMALL ANIMAL – 70 to 40 million years
Domestication of animals. Up to 12,000 years ago-dogs About 3,500 years ago-cats
The Small Animal Industry 58.9% of all American families own pets. Cats now outnumber dogs as most common pet!
Small Animal Industry cont. 3 rd in popularity is Birds 4 th is Rabbits 5 th is Hamsters 6 th is Fish
Small Animal Industry $$$$ 10,500-11,000 retail pet stores= $21 billion in sales!! Vet. Expenditures of over $7 billion for dogs Almost $4 billion for cats And over $91 million for birds
CLASSIFICATION OF ORGANISMS 5 KINGDOMS MONERA PROTISTA PLANT FUNGI ANIMALIA
CLASSIFICATION OF ORGANISMS ALL AMIMALS WE WILL STUDY ARE IN PHYLUM CHORDATA! CHARACTERISTICS OF CHORDATA: NOTOCHORD DORSAL NERVE TUBE PHARYNEAL AREA REAR AREA TAIL
CLASSIFICATION OF ORGANISMS CLASSES: MAMMALIA – FEED YOUNG MILK REPTILIA- SCALES OR BONY PLATES AVES- WINGS OSTEICHTHYES- LIVE IN WATER
BINOMIAL NOMENCLATURE GENUS- 1 ST WORD, CAPITAL LETTER SPECIES – 2 ND WORD, LOWER CASE LETTER EXAMPLE: Canis familaria (dog)
5th Grade Plants & Animals Vocabulary
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Taxonomy The classification of living things…. There may be over 100 million different living things on Earth. Less than 2 million have been classified.
NOMENCLATURE. INTEREST APPROACH What does a bird, fish, rabbit, frog, spider and man have in common? What are different about them?
Unit Two: Biodiversity
Taxonom y a.k.a. Classification. Why do we classify things? We like things organized To have precise names of organisms Common names are too confusing.
CLASSIFICATION Making sense of the vast array of living things.
Classification of Living Things Biology Chapter 19 Taxonomy and Kingdoms 1.
Jeopardy ClassificationDifferencesExplainWhat is Why Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
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The small animals discussed in this course are domesticated animals or pets, owned by the human population. Domestic = living near or about human.
17.1 THE HISTORY OF CLASSIFICATION
Taxonomy What’s in a name? 1. Taxonomy The science of classifying and naming organisms 2.
Classification How we group things.
Classifying Beads Activity Assessing Prior Knowledge: 1.What is the scientific name for humans? 2.What do you think are the common names for Felis catus.
Learning Target #3 Who is known as the “Father of Taxonomy”?
Classification Grouping Organisms Classification Scientists arrange organisms into groups based on physical traits. Taxonomy- the study of classifying.
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