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Copyright © 2005 Pearson Education, Inc. publishing as Benjamin Cummings PowerPoint Lectures for Biology, Seventh Edition Neil Campbell and Jane Reece.

Few thousand cells arranged in a double layered plate Reproduce: Budding Trichoplax Copyright © 2005 Pearson Education, Inc. publishing as Benjamin Cummings PhylumRelative Diversity CharacteristicsExamples Ctenophora 100Radially Symmetrical Diploblastic Small animal contacts the tentacles of some comb jellies Comb Jellies Platyhel­minthes 20,000Bilateral Symmetry Central Nervous System that processes information from sensory structures No body cavity or organs for circulation Tapeworms Planarians Flukes/


SOIL BIOLOGY AND ECOLOGY

SOIL BIOLOGY AND ECOLOGY Introduction Importance of Soil Organisms Diversity of Soil Organisms Relationships between Organisms Characteristics of Soil Organisms Abundance and Biomass of Organisms Methods for Quantifying Organisms Introduction Soil organisms are the organisms that spend all or part of their lives in the soil environment. Soil animals (fauna) range in size from macrofauna (moles, earthworms, millipedes) through mesofauna (springtails and mites) to microfauna (such as nematodes and protozoan) /


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liverworts) Bryophyte “primitive” features non-vascular(no transport system) no true roots/belowground organs flagellate sperm - require H 2 O to reach egg seedless - dispersal by spores, fragmentation, gemmae dominant gametophyte (haploid) stage in life cycle Mosses - dominant gametophyte w/ attached sporophyte peristome Bryophyta sporophyte gametophyte capsule seta Bryophyte diversity (3 phyla) Bryophyta (Mosses) -12,000 species Sphagnidae (peat mosses: Sphagnum) Andreaeaidae (lantern/


Classification of Living Things

diversity Memorize the levels of classification in order. A good way to remember them is…… King Pete Caught Over Five Green Snakes Kids Playing Catch On Freeways Get Squished You can also come up with your own sentence to help you remember them in order. Memorize all 6 kingdoms Carolus Linnaeus 1707 - 1778 The Father of Taxonomy His system for naming, ranking, and classifying organisms/


Introduction to Unit 2: Diversity of Living Things

exact location as to where it belongs! The more classification groups that living organisms share (groups such as kingdom, phyla, class, etc.) the more closely related they are. Classification… Classification Example Here are two examples of classifying living organisms – humans and killer whales. Each of the 7 levels of taxonomy are identified for each organism. Are we closely related to the Killer Whale? Explain. Classification Example Dichotomous/


Classification Why Classify?

Classification Why Classify? To study the diversity of life, biologists use a classification system to name organism and group them in a logical manner. Domains All living organisms are divided into 3 domains and subdivided into 6 kingdoms Domains containing prokaryotic cells Archaea Bacteria Domain containing eukaryotic cells Eukarya Naming Organisms In the discipline of taxonomy scientists classify organisms and assign each organism a universally accepted name. Common names of/


Classification of Living Things 1 Ch. 20 Outline - Classification.

– Homo sapiens 14 Hierarchy of Taxa for Parthenocissus quinquefolia Classification of Living Things 15 Classification Categories The higher the category, the more inclusive Organisms in the same domain have general characteristics in common In most cases, classification categories can be subdivided into additional categories   Superorder   Order   Suborder   Infraorder Classification of Living Things 16 Phylogenetic Trees Systematics - the diversity of organisms at all levels One goal of systematics/


Unit Overview – pages 366-367 How is music grouped in a store? What is the advantage to doing this?

diversity. Modern Classification Expanding on Linnaeus’s work, today’s taxonomists try to identify the underlying evolutionary relationships of organisms and use the information gathered as a basis for classification. Section 17.1 Summary – pages 443-449 For example, biologists study the relationship between birds and dinosaurs within the framework of classification. Taxonomists group similar organisms, both living and extinct. Classification provides a framework in/ Kingdom Phylum Class Order Family Genus/


Taxonomy Diversity of Life Animal Kingdom. ? Questions about Kingdoms ? 1.What are the kingdoms of life? 2.Which kingdom(s) is/are single celled? 3.Which.

Diversity of Life Animal Kingdom ? Questions about Kingdoms ? 1.What are the kingdoms of life? 2.Which kingdom(s) is/are single celled? 3.Which kingdom(s) is/are multicellular? 4.Which kingdom(s) make their own food? 5.Which kingdom(s) live off of dead organisms? 6.Which kingdoms must ingest their food? 7.What characteristics can you think of that an organism in/or cold blooded -lungs or gills -sexual reproduction -bilateral symmetry Chordata Classes of the phylum (page 599) 1.Agnatha (jawless fish) 2./


CHAPTER 34 VERTEBRATE EVOLUTION AND DIVERSITY

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Tom Peters’ Re-Imagine

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Diversity of Life II Lecture 6 Copyright © 2012 Joe Marx.

living jellylike substance. Diversity of Life II Images courtesy of U.S. Geological Survey. Page 7 Corals Class of cnidarians that secrete calcium carbonate skeletons. –Some form large colonies of interconnected individuals, which may build organic/ contract independently. Rarely fossilize, except for trace fossils. –Oldest accepted fossils are of Cambrian age. Leech in water. ► ◄ Annelid body plan. Diversity of Life II Image courtesy of Wikipedia. Page 9 Mollusks Phylum of lophotrochozoan protostomes that /


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Darwin’s Theory outline notes Pages 138-145 1. 1. Darwin’s Observations  Darwin’s important observations included the diversity of living things, the.

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singly (bacteria, amoeba) or in groups (organisms) Ability to divide is the basis for reproduction, repair, growth and development Common features: Membrane that regulates passage of molecules into or out of the cell DNA provides information for all processes: consists of genes Prokaryotes: single cells; no internal organelles Eukaryotes: internal subdivision into membrane bound organelles Nucleus, mitochondria, Life in its Diverse Forms Abundance; 1.8 million/


18-1 Finding Order in Diversity Slide 1 of 26 Classification of Living Organisms Copyright Pearson Prentice Hall.

Class Order Family Genus species Did King Phillip come over for grape soda? 18-1 Finding Order in Diversity Slide 14 of 26 Copyright Pearson Prentice Hall Three Domains: 1. Archaebacteria: “ Ancient Bacteria”, First living cells, live in extreme conditions Known as EXTREMOPHILES -live in/ Morphology -study of form/structure 18-1 Finding Order in Diversity Slide 33 of 26 Taxonomy: The modern day system for studying and classifying living organisms. Copyright Pearson Prentice Hall Slide 34 of 26 Copyright /


Ch. 18, Classification 18-1: Finding Order in Diversity How living things are organized Binominal Nomenclature Linnaeus’s System of Classification 18-2:

Ch. 18, Classification 18-1: Finding Order in Diversity How living things are organized Binominal Nomenclature Linnaeus’s System of Classification 18-2: Modern Evolutionary Classification Evolutionary relationships Cladistics Comparing dissimilar organisms 18-3: Kingdoms and Domains 6 kingdoms of Life 3 Domain system of classification Finding Order In Diversity What is a species? –A population of organisms that share similar characteristics and can interbreed freely Biologists have identified/


Copyright © 2005 Pearson Education, Inc. publishing as Benjamin Cummings DAY 1 Why am I in this class? Is it hard? Who will I have to become to get an.

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Ch. 18, Classification 18-1: Finding Order in Diversity How living things are organized Binominal Nomenclature Linnaeus’s System of Classification 18-2:

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PHYLUM ARTHROPOD A. Arthropoda Characteristics account for 80% of all living animal species.

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Diversity of Living Things UNIT 2: MICROBIOLOGY. 2.1 Taxonomy pg. 98 - 101 Definition: science of classifying organisms (both living & extinct) Purpose.

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24-1 CHAPTERCHAPTER Chordates Chordates. Copyright © The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. Permission required for reproduction or display. 24-2.

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