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How Plants are Named
Binomial Nomenclature Linnaeus Developed binomial system for naming plants
Linnaeus Swedish Botonist Gave all plants 2 Latin names as their specific name
Binomial Nomenclature First name – Genus, the plants group name Second name – species, means kind
Species Are divided into varieties
Genus Always capitalized Species is not capitalized Both names are underlined
Example Zea maize Corn
Why Scientific Names Many plants have more than one common name Universally understood
Example: Sanseveria trifasciata Common names Mother in laws tongue, Snake plant
Plant Families Related genus with similar flower structures Rosacea – rose family Malus – apple family
Taxonomist Scientists who identify and classify plants International rules International code of Binomial Nomenclature
How Plants Are Named Binomial Naming Linnaeus developed binomial system for naming plants consists of two names.
1 Plant Taxonomy Horticulture. 2 How Plants are named Most plants have more than one common name. For example The trout lily is also known as the tiger.
Sorting It All Out Classification of Organisms. Classification Classification is putting things into orderly groups based on similar characteristics.
Horticulture Unit 2 Plant Taxonomy. Objective To differentiate between scientific and common plant names and explain the binomial system of naming plants.
18-1 History of Taxonomy Taxonomy Branch of biology that names and groups organisms according to their characteristics and evolutionary history.
11/9/11 Q.O.D. How do we organize all the living things in the world?
17.1 The Linnaean System of Classification Class Notes 1: Linnaean Classification.
Unit 2 Plant Taxonomy: How Plants Are Named. Why are scientific names written in Latin? The early scholars always wrote in Latin or Greek, so naturally,
Classification of Living Things Diversity of Life.
1 Classification and Taxonomy. 2 What is Classification? Classification is the arrangement of organisms into orderly groups based on their similarities.
Section 1 Biodiversity. Although scientists have classified almost 2 million species, there are likely many more.
The Classification of Life. Classification of Life Biology » The study of life Taxonomy » Classification and naming of organisms.
Classification of Living Things Classification is the grouping of living organisms according to similar structures and functions.
1 Classification of organisms. 2 There are 13 billion known species of organisms There are 13 billion known species of organisms This is only 5% of all.
Chapter 17: The History and Diversity of Life Section 17-2: Finding Order in Diversity.
CLASSIFICATION The grouping of things according to similar characteristics. TAXONOMY = The study of classification.
Chapter 17 The Tree of Life Section 17-1 The Linnaean System of Classification Be Able To Explain How or Why: Linaeus developed the scientific naming system.
Classification of Living Things What is classification? w Classification is the grouping of living organisms according to similar characteristics w The.
18-1 Finding Order in Diversity Biologists have identified and named 1.5 million species so far.
Classification & Taxonomy1 The reasons why you have to know Latin.
Chapter 2.1 (pages 46-51). Key concepts: Explain why and how organisms are classified. List the eight levels of classification. Explain scientific names.
1. Why do we use a classification system? Organize living things into groups Give organisms names Trees Maples – Fir – Pine - Acer Abies Pinus.
PLANT CLASSIFICATION. How has plant classification evolved? Common name insufficient; limitations in communication Need for uniform and internationally.
Understanding Classification Systems. Student Learning Objectives: 1. As a result of this lesson students will understand the purpose for classifying.
Chapter 18 Classification 18-1 Finding Order in Diversity.
17.1 The Linnaean System of Classification KEY CONCEPT-Notes I Organisms can be classified based on physical similarities.
Classification Review. The process of grouping things according to similar characteristics ( traits, features, etc.)
Thursday March 1, 2012 Warm – Up List the six kingdoms that living things are organized into. Which two kingdoms are made up of only prokaryotic organisms?
Classifying Living Things. Classification Classification is the process of grouping things based on their shared traits. Classification is the process.
Taxonomy What is taxonomy? Taxonomy is the branch of biology concerned with the grouping and naming of organisms Biologists who study this are called.
Organizing Life’s Diversity. It is easier to understand living things if they are organized into different categories.
Chapter 7 Classification – putting things into orderly groups based on similar characteristics.
A formal system of naming species of living things by giving each a name composed of two parts based on Latin names. The formal introduction of this system.
Taxonomy What is the name of this animal?What is the name of this animal?
CLASSIFICATION Chapter 17. Warm-up: When scientists discover a new species, what is the first thing they need to do? What is the scientific name for.
The Science of Classifying Organisms Taxonomy. Classification GROUPING things according to their CHARACTERI STICS.
Classification of Living Things. Why do we classify things? Supermarket aisles Libraries Classes Teams/sports Members of a family Roads
History of Classification. Why is there a need to Classify organisms? There are well over 2 million different types of organisms known.
17.1 The Linnaean System of Classification KEY CONCEPT Organisms can be classified based on physical similarities.
Classification 17.1 & – The Linnaean System of Classification Key Concept: Organisms can be classified based on physical similarities.
1. Why do we classify them? 2. The 5 kingdoms 3. How we name living things Classification: The act of grouping things by using a set of rules.
Scientific Classification Objective 3.03 Discuss floriculture and landscape plants.
17.1 Classification Think about how things are grouped in a store or in your kitchen to help create order.
Taxonomy and Classification Classify = group ideas, information, or objects based on similarities.
Classifying Living Things. Classifying – grouping things according to similarities Taxonomy – science of classifying and naming organisms - The term is.
PLANT CLASSIFICATION Objective: Students will be able to know how to classify a plant and be able to create their own plant using the correct classification.
How do we “classify” living organisms. Classification: the systematic grouping of organisms based on common characteristics Taxonomy: the science.
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