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Classification Scavenger Hunt:Classify the following organisms based on their characteristics
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List the 2 specific examples.Slide 1 Characteristics: Most diverse kingdom. Eukaryotes that are not fungi, plants or animals. List the 2 specific examples.
List the 2 environments you can find these in.Slide 2 Characteristics: Prokaryotic cells Can live in extreme environments Cell wall does not contain peptidoglycan
How do these obtain energy?Characteristics: Has roots, stems & leaves Reproduce with spores Ferns (most common type) Club Mosses, Horsetails, Whisk Ferns Slide 3 How do these obtain energy?
Characteristics: Most are multicellular with hyphaeSlide 4 Definition of Hyphae (use your book)? Characteristics: Most are multicellular with hyphae
Characteristics: Slide 5Has a phyla with mostly insects Exoskeleton Heterotrophs Slide 5 In what phylum would these organisms be found?
What makes this Kingdom different from Plantae?Slide 6 What makes this Kingdom different from Plantae? Characteristics: Decomposers Lack chlorophyll
In what domain are these found?Slide 7 In what domain are these found? Characteristics: Prokaryotic cells Some cause diseases and decay. 3 basic shapes
In what phylum do all these organisms belong?Slide 8 In what phylum do all these organisms belong? Can move Heterotrophic Macroscopic
Slime molds / SporozoansSlide 9 What makes this Kingdom different from the Kingdom that contains yeast? Slime molds / Sporozoans
Slide 10 Characteristics:In which phyla would you find “ascocarps” like: mildews, yeasts, and morels ? Characteristics: Heterotrophs - Saprophytes live on dead organisms Parasites
Slide 11 Characteristics: Have to eat food Macroscopic MulticellularWhat is the name of the group within this Kingdom that has an internal skeleton?
What Domain do these organisms belong to- and why?Characteristics: Cannot move from place to place Pines and spruces What Domain do these organisms belong to- and why? Slide 12
Slide 13 Characteristics: What Phylum? Do not have tissuesSpecialized cells Sessile What Phylum?
What Phylum are these organisms found in?Characteristics: “spiny skinned” Most can regenerate limbs Slide 14 What Phylum are these organisms found in? List an example.
Classification Scavenger HuntSlide 15 Classification Scavenger Hunt What Phylum are these organisms in? Characteristics: Does not have tissues Specialized cells
Characteristics: Angiosperms Slide 16What Domain? Why? Characteristics: Angiosperms Produce seeds and flowers Fruit enable the dispersal of seeds Slide 16
Slide 17 Characteristics: What Phylum? Give 2 examples.Some parasitic. Some free living. Ribbonlike bodies. What Phylum? Give 2 examples.
What Phylum? Slide 18 Characteristics: Very diverse phylumExternal skeleton Jointed appendages
What Kingdom are these organisms in?Slide 19 What Kingdom are these organisms in?
Slide 20 What Phylum? Name 2 examples.
Fungi _____________ are unicellular fungi
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UNIT 3: Organization of Life S7L1.a.b October 14 – October 25.
Diversity of Life. Kingdom Phylum Class Order Family Genus Species The 5 Kingdom System.
Classification vocabulary. Aristotle Ancient Greek - classified organisms into two categories - Animal and Plant.
The Six Kingdoms of Life. EUBACTERIA This is a kingdom of single-celled prokaryotes that have been around in similar forms since the beginning of life.
Kingdoms Fungi and Plantae
Diversity of Organisms and Classification
Bellringer 3/19/15 Which is the evolutionary difference between the salamander and the lizard? a. claws or nailsc. jaws b. fur; mammary glandsd. lungs.
Complete this on your What’s What paper- You can use your notes….. This is a grade, but the first one done with all correct gets five extra credit points!
Taxonomy Study of classification Classifying critters into their specific Kingdom, Phylum…etc.
Diversity of Organisms and Classification. Classification of Organisms Kingdom Phylum / Division Class Order Family Genus Species.
Kingdom Notes. Classification of Living Things 6 Kingdoms All living organisms Archaebacteria* Eubacteria* Protista Fungi Plantae Animalia * Used to be.
Classification The evolution of Complexity: single cell prokaryote to multicellular eukaryotes.
6 Kingdoms Objective 4.01: Similarities & differences among the kingdoms.
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