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1 ClassificationClassification Biology I

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3 The Old System

4 6 Kingdom Proposal Archebacteria EUbacteria

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8 Ursus americanus American Black Bear

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10 Domain Archaea

11 Domain Eubacteria

12 Domain Eukarya

13 Kingdom Protista Amoeba ParameciumGiardia Water MoldSlime Mold Euglena Dinoflagellates Diatom Brown AlgaeGreen Algae

14 Kingdom Fungi

15 Kingdom Plantae Bryophyte (Moss) Pteridophyte (Fern) Coniferophytes (Pine Trees) Angiosperm; Dicot Angiosperm; Monocot

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18 Human Classification

19 Dichotomous Keys 1a. Organism has 4 legsGo to # 2 1b. Organism has more than 4 legsGo to # 20 2a. Organism has a tailGo to # 3 2b. Organism has no tailGo to # 35 3a. Organism has stripesBengal Tiger 3b. Organism has no stripesAfrican Lion

20 Dichotomous Key Try this one: 1a. Organism walks on all 4 legs (quadruped)2 1b. Organism walks on 2 legs (biped)8 2a. Organism has visible fur3 2b. Organism has no visible fur20 3a. Organism lives in warm climates7 3b. Organism lives in cold climates4 4a. Organism has brown or black furUrsus americanus 4b. Organism has white furUrsus maritimus

21 Note Guide Who was Linnaeus? What are taxa? The old classification system is: The new classification system choices are: –1. –2. How are organisms scientifically named? What is the difference between the 3 domains? –1. –2. –3. Name and describe the differences between the 4 kingdoms in Eukarya: –1. –2. –3. –4.

22 Note Guide (pg. 2) Name and describe (or give an example of) each of the 10 phyla in Animalia: –1. –2. –3. –4. –5. –6. –7. –8. –9. –10. How would you fully classify a human? What is the purpose of a dichotomous key? How do you read a dichotomous key?


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