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Question Answer A-100 ANSWER: The science of describing, naming, and classifying organisms. QUESTION: What is taxonomy?
Question Answer A-200 ANSWER: The two-part naming system which uses the genus name and species identifier. (Example: Homo sapiens) QUESTION: What is binomial nomenclature?
Question Answer A-300 ANSWER: The category of our current system of classification that is more specific than class but broader than family. QUESTION: What is the order?
Question Answer A-400 ANSWER: A diagram which shows the relationship of organisms and is similar to a family tree. QUESTION: What is a phylogenetic diagram?
Question Answer A-500 ANSWER: A feature that evolved only within a group under consideration that can be used to group organisms in a clade. QUESTION: What is a derived character?
Question Answer ANSWER: The three domains of life. QUESTION: What are Domain Bacteria, Domain Arachaea, and Domain Eukarya? B-100
Question Answer B-200 ANSWER: The organisms in the Domain Archaea are most closely related to the organisms in this domain. QUESTION: What is the Domain Eukarya?
Question Answer B-300 ANSWER: The kingdom you belong in. QUESTION: What is Kingdom Animalia?
Question Answer B-400 ANSWER: The organisms in this kingdom are eukaryotes that are mostly autotrophic and photosynthetic. QUESTION: What is Kingdom Plantae?
Question Answer B-500 ANSWER: The organisms in this kingdom are classified according to what they are NOT. QUESTION: What is the Kingdom Protista?
Question Answer C-100 ANSWER: The organisms in this group are named for the methane gas they create from the conversion of hydrogen and carbon dioxide gases. QUESTION: What are the methanogens?
Question Answer C-200 ANSWER: The organisms in this group are named for the Greek word for salt- loving. QUESTION: What are the halophiles?
Question Answer C-300 ANSWER: The organisms from this group can be found in environments with a high temperature and low pH. QUESTION: What are the thermoacidophiles?
Question Answer C-400 ANSWER: Organisms in the domain Archaea have pieces of DNA that do not code for amino acids, also known as this. QUESTION: What are introns?
Question Answer C-500 ANSWER: Bacteria in the Domain Archaea lack this compound in their cell walls. QUESTION: What is peptidoglycan?
Question Answer D-100 ANSWER: Bacteria that are spiral- shaped are in this group. QUESTION: What is spirilla?
Question Answer D-200 ANSWER: Bacteria can be grouped according to their cell wall using this laboratory technique. QUESTION: What is gram staining?
Question Answer D-300 ANSWER: Bacteria can be grouped according to this type of genetic information. QUESTION: What is rRNA?
Question Answer D-400 ANSWER: Bacteria that are nitrogen- fixing do this. QUESTION: What is convert nitrogen gas in the atmosphere into a more useful form (such as ammonia)?
Question Answer D-500 ANSWER: Bacteria that are considered to be actinomycetes can be used to create these. QUESTION: What are antibiotics?
Question Answer E-100 ANSWER: This structure of bacteria protects the cell and gives it shape. QUESTION: What is the cell wall?
Question Answer E-200 ANSWER: The flagellum can be used for this function. QUESTION: What is movement?
Question Answer E-300 ANSWER: Plasmids consist of this genetic material. QUESTION: What are small, circular, self-replicating loops of double-stranded DNA?
Question Answer E-400 ANSWER: The capsule of bacteria is made of this sticky sugar. QUESTION: What is glycocalyx?
Question Answer E-500 ANSWER: Photosynthetic bacteria have thylakoids in their inner membrane which do this. QUESTION: What is trap light energy?
Classification of Organisms
Covers Chapter 4 Structure and Function of the Cell Pages
Classification & Intro to Animals JEOPARDY #1 S2C06 Jeopardy Review Image from:
Ch 17 – Classification of Organisms
Chapter 17 Table of Contents Section 1 Biodiversity
1 Chapter 18- Classification. 2 I. Finding order in Diversity A. Why classify? 1. To study the diversity of life, biologists use a classification system.
Vocab Unit 9 Kingdoms and Classification.. Broadest level of classification in the new system. There are three of these.
March 3 rd, 2010 Warm Up Open to ch. 17 to follow along with lecture Today Review Ch. 17 Lab Homework Study for Ch. 17 exam on Friday.
Phylogenetics Chapter 26. Slide 2 of 17 Ontogeny recapitulates Phylogeny Ontogeny – development from embryo to adult Phylogeny – evolutionary history.
Learning Target #3 Who is known as the “Father of Taxonomy”?
ANIMALIA. kingdom of multicellular eukaryotic heterotrophs whose cells do not have cell walls.
Classification Jeopardy Old School WaysKingdoms &
1 Systematics and the Phylogenetic Revolution Chapter 25.
The 6 Kingdoms.
Please come in and sit in your seat! Once in your seat, please answer the warm-up questions! 1.What is the correct way to write the scientific name of.
Classification & Kingdoms Review Write your answer as large as possible on the marker board. Turn over marker board to signal you have finished answering.
Five-Kingdom Survey Taxonomy – Categories called taxa (singular = taxon) Kingdom Phylum Class Order Family Genus Species.
Diversity of Organisms 5 to 30 million species estimated Axolotl.
An Introduction to Life
Taxonomy Science of describing, naming, and classifying organisms. Designed by Linnaeus Based on morphology (form and structure) –Common name not useful.
What we need to learn How and why organisms are hierarchically classified and based on evolutionary relationships Learn the reasons for changes in.
17.1 The Linnaean System of Classification KEY CONCEPT Organisms can be classified based on physical similarities.
Classification and Kingdoms. Phylogeny Is the study of the evolutionary history of a species... how it developed over time.
Chapter 17: Classification
How are living things organized? Diversity and Classification.
Agenda for 2-13 Complete Short Answer Questions on Unit 6 Review Pollinate Plants and Check on Flies Classification PowerPoint Cladogram Construction and.
Classification 17.1 & – The Linnaean System of Classification Key Concept: Organisms can be classified based on physical similarities.
1) To explain how scientists classify living things 2) To identify the 6 kingdoms of life.
Interpreting Evolutionary Evidence Taxonomy Field of biology that identifies names and classifies species – Classification system Aristotle/Linnaeus.
Preparation of Agar for Bacterial Swabs pH Levels of Gram- Negative Cytoplasm Common Zoonological Diseases Size of specific Bacteria in picometers Bacterial.
VOCABULARY ASSIGNMENT Words on pages 299 – 306 and Chapter 19 22 Words due Thursday Quiz Friday.
Class Notes 2: Classification
Chapter 26 Early Earth and the Origin of Life. Major events in earth’s history:
Classification. Classification of Living Organisms Identified by traits Organize life’s diversity – Over 1.7 million species on Earth Taxonomy Naming.
One reason ______________ are not useful to biologists is that they can apply to more than one animal. common names.
CLASSIFICATION SYSTEMS. LEARNING GOALS: By the end of class, I will be able to: Explain how organisms are classified Explain traditional and modern.
CLASSIFICATION VOCAB Chapter 18. Bacteria that “like” living in HOT environments like volcano vents thermophiles Group or level of organization into which.
1 Classification. 2 Aristotle BC Classified organisms as either plants or animals.
Chapter 18: Classification. 18-1: History of Taxonomy.
Copyright © by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. All rights reserved. ResourcesChapter menu To View the presentation as a slideshow with effects select “View”
Johnson - The Living World: 3rd Ed. - All Rights Reserved - McGraw Hill Companies How We Name Living Things Chapter 12 Copyright © McGraw-Hill Companies.
Introduction to Domains & Kingdoms Three Domains: Bacteria- made up of Kingdom Eubacteria Archaea – made up of Kingdom Archaebacteria Eukarya – made up.
Classification S7L1a: Students will be able to compare organisms by similar and dissimilar characteristics. S7L1b: Students will be able to classify organisms.
Taxonomy Taxonomy- the practice and science of classification – Why do scientists classify organisms? Used to organize living things into groups so that.
Bacteria Characteristics. Prokaryote = All Bacteria A living Organism A single celled organism No nucleus No organelles – DNA, cell membrane, cell wall,
Classification Section 18.2 & Phylogeny: Evolutionary relationships among organisms Biologists group organisms into categories that represent lines.
Chapter 23 Table of Contents Section 1 Prokaryotes
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