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Learning Target #3 Who is known as the “Father of Taxonomy”?
Learning Target #3 Linnaeus is known as the “Father of Taxonomy”
Learning Target #4 What is the term to describe the two word naming system developed by Linnaeus?
Learning Target #4 Binomial Nomenclature
Learning Target #4 What two taxa make up an organism’s scientific name?
Learning Target #4 Genus and species
Learning Target #4 In the scientific name: Homo sapiens, Homo represents the organism’s __________, sapiens represents the organism’s ___________.
Learning Target #4 What are the rules for correctly writing an organism’s scientific name? (list 3)
Learning Target #4 Will be in italics or underlinedFirst word (genus) is capitalized Second word (species) is lower case
Learning Target #6 List the 8 taxa from most inclusive to most exclusive
Learning Target #6 Domain Kingdom Phylum Class Order Family GenusSpecies
Learning Target #5 How can one tell if two organisms are closely related?
Learning Target #5 They will belong to the same genus
Learning Target #1 The science of classification is know as:
Learning Target #1 Taxonomy
Learning Target #6 Members of this taxon can mate and produce fertile offspring.
Learning Target #6 Species
Learning Target #7 The following organisms belong to which kingdom:Mushrooms, mold, yeast
Learning Target #7 Kingdom Fungi
Learning Target #7 The following organisms belong to which kingdom:Trees, flowering plants, moss, grass
Learning Target #7 Kingdom Plantae
Learning Target #7 The following organisms belong to which kingdom:Euglena, Paramecium, Amoeba, Algae
Learning Target #7 Kingdom Protista
Learning Target #7 The following organisms belong to which kingdom:E. coli, streptococcus
Learning Target #7 Kingdom Eubacteria
Learning Target #7 The following organisms belong to which kingdom:Fish, birds, sponges, humans, dogs, cats
Learning Target #7 Kingdom Animalia
Learning Target #7 What is the mode of nutrition for Kingdom Fungi?
Learning Target #7 Absorptive Heterotroph
Learning Target #8 Which defining characteristic separates Kingdom Archeabacteria and Eubacteria from all the other kingdoms?
Learning Target #8 Both Kingdoms are prokaryotic
Learning Target #8 How are Kingdom Plantae and Kingdom Protista different?
Learning Target #8 Plantae are multicellular and all autotrophicProtista are mostly unicellular and can be both autotrophic and heterotrophic
Learning Target #8 How do Kingdom Eubacteria and Kingdom Archaebacteria differ?
Learning Target #8 Archaebacteria: live in extreme environments & cell walls lack peptidoglycan Eubacteria: cell walls have peptidoglycan
Learning Target #7 List the characteristics of the Kingdom Fungi.
Learning Target #7 Eukaryotic Mostly multicellularCell wall made of chitin Absorptive hetertrophic
Learning Target #8 How does Kingdom Animalia differ from all other kingdoms?
Learning Target #8 Lack cell wall – only kingdom without a cell wall
Learning Target #7 List the 3 Domain and name the kingdoms which are found wihtin each domain.
Learning Target #7 Archaea Bacteria Eukarya Archaebacteria EubacteriaAnimalia Plantae Protista Fungi
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.
CLASSIFICATION ADDING ORDER.
Georgia Performance Standards:
Classification. Classification of Living Organisms Identified by traits Organize life’s diversity – Over 1.7 million species on Earth Taxonomy Naming.
Taxonomy Taxonomy: The discipline of classifying organisms and assigning each organism a universally accepted (scientific name)
Chapter 18. Why Classify? ◦ Scientists classify organisms into groups in a logical manner to make it easier to study the diversity of life. ◦ Taxonomy:
Classification of Organisms
ANIMALIA. kingdom of multicellular eukaryotic heterotrophs whose cells do not have cell walls.
Classification of Living Things
History of Classification Classification – grouping of objects or organisms based on a set of criteria Aristotle ( B.C.) Greek philosopher Classified.
Differences and Similarities Why do we put that there?
Taxonomy Study of classification Classifying critters into their specific Kingdom, Phylum…etc.
Taxonomy. Taxonomy I. Definition: The study of classification A. Why group things? 1. Easier to find information about an organism 2. Easier to identify.
Classification How we group things.
PLEASE DO THIS!! Take off your left shoe and place it on my desk in the front.
Chapter 18: Classification. You are required to put on clothes each day before coming to school. How do you go about this in the most efficient manner.
Learning Targets “I Can…” -Explain why biologists use scientific names rather than common names. -Name the classification system created by Linnaeus. -Give.
Why Classify? What’s in a name? In order to name and group organisms in a logical manner we must arrange them according to similarities and differences.
Categorize organisms below: DogCatCat fish LionWolfApple tree DandelionsLizard SharkMouseDeer.
Chapter 18 Classification. Order From Chaos When you need a new pair of shoes, what do you do? You probably walk confidently into a shoe store, past the.
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