Ppt on kingdom monera pictures

Who Wants To Be A Millionaire on Living Systems?

:50 plantae B. animalia Click to Continue You have 10 seconds to ask someone sitting beside you for help! This kingdom has cell membranes, moves from place to place and eats food. Times Up!!! http://vilenski.org/science/safari/index.html Picture Credit: plantae C. monera B. animalia D. protista You have 10 seconds to ask someone sitting beside you for help! This/


Microscopes & Cells.

life in organisms. Some are complete organisms , such as unicellular bacteria and protozoa. (Kingdom Monera and Protista) Others are specialized components of multicellular organisms. (Kingdom Fungi, Animalia, and Plantae) Size of Cells… Some cells, like bacteria are incredibly small/cells. They function in providing structure; a skeleton of sorts for the plant. Link to cell wall picture. Organelles Plant cells are also unique in that they contain chloroplasts which convert light energy into food. /


1. Which piece of equipment can BEST measure the volume of ink in a pen? A. 10 mL beaker B. 10 mL graduated cylinder C. 100 mL beaker D. 100 mL graduated.

kingdom system are combined to form Monera in the six-kingdom system. D. Fungi and Protista in the five-kingdom system are combined to form Eubacteria in the six-kingdom system. * B. Monera in the five-kingdom system is divided into Eubacteria and Archaebacteria in the six-kingdom system. Which correctly lists the kingdoms in the current six-kingdom classification? Monera/ organism B Study the picture below. Which level of organization is BEST represented by the entire picture? A population B community/


Btec Level 2 Science B1. Portfolio Work Grading criteria P1describe the main characteristics within the major classification groups construct simple identification.

own work – a printed / photocopied key is not sufficient. Describe [give a clear description that includes all the relevant features. Think of it as painting a picture with words.] Whittaker Whittaker 1969 5 kingdoms 5 kingdoms Monera Protista Fungi Plantae Animalia Information… Jones & Jones Page 500… A2 Biology Page 60… Name of group MoneraProtistaFungiPlantaeAnimali a Example Diagram Describe the charact eristics Part 2 - Merit/


1 Classification. 2 There are 13 billion known species of organisms There are 13 billion known species of organisms This is only 5% of all organisms that.

Eubacteria are classified in their own kingdom because their chemical makeup is different. Most eubacteria are helpful. Some produce vitamins and foods like yogurt. However, these eubacteria, Streptococci pictured above, can give you strep /two kingdoms, Animalia and Plantae Classification is always a work in progress. –1938: prokaryotes moved to kingdom Monera –1866: all single- celled organisms moved to kingdom Protista –1959: fungi moved to own kingdom –1977: kingdom Monera split into kingdoms Bacteria /


Taxonomy Classification & Organization. Section One Organization.

similar characteristics. Members of the Monera kingdom are different from protists. Monera Kingdom The Monera include bacteria and blue-green algae. Monera have these characteristics:  Lack /kingdom into two separate groups that are not considered taxons. Thallophytes Most algae are thallophytes. Let’s compare a thallophyte with a land-dwelling plant (embryophyte) to see the differences in their structure. Embryophyte vs. Thallophyte Blades Air Bladder Stipe Holdfast Flower Leaf Stem Roots (Not Pictured/


AHSGE/EQT REVIEW Biology Coach Goodwin (Blount High School) 2010.

kingdom and the six-kingdom systems of classification? A. Monera in the five-kingdom system is divided into Protista and Fungi in the six-kingdom system. B. Monera in the five-kingdom system is divided into Eubacteria and Archaebacteria in the six-kingdom system. C. Eubacteria and Archaebacteria in the five-kingdom system are combined to form Monera in the six-kingdom/Which animal’s body shape shows bilateral symmetry? 11.9 Study the picture The whip-like structure on this organism is MOST LIKELY A.excreted /


STANDARD 1 : Select appropriate laboratory glassware, balances, time measuring equipment, and optical instruments to conduct an experiment. Eligible Content.

Monera C. Eubacteria D. Archaebacteria 35.Which statement correctly describes the main difference between the five-kingdom and the six-kingdom systems for classification? A.Monera in the five-kingdom system is divided into Protista and Fungi in the six-kingdom system. B. Monera in the five-kingdom/walking stick is preparing for hibernation. D. The walking stick is camouflaging itself from predators. Study the picture of the praying mantis with its body shape. 105. This is an example of: A. Protective /


Classification of Organisms. The Necessity of Classifying People group things together for convenience… For example…Musical instruments are grouped together…

and are the ones people are most familiar with. This is a picture of E. coli Kingdom Monera - Eubacteria Most eubacteria are helpful. Some produce vitamins and foods like yogurt. However, these eubacteria, Streptococci pictured, can give you strep throat! Kingdom Fungi Eukaryotic – Have membrane bound organelles Multicellular Heterotrophic Example: Mushrooms and molds Kingdom Protista Eukaryotic – Have membrane bound oragnelles Unicellular Both autotrophic and heterotrophic Example/


Classification of species

but their cells have a protective wall) Protozoans Fungi Monerans Plants It’s the kingdom of bacteria: Fungi Protista Monera Plants It’s the genus of a cat: Panthera Leo Felis Mammalia It’s/kingdoms The chordata phylum A Phenogram A cladogram What does this picture show? Mammals come from birds Amphibians come from reptiles All the kingdoms Birds come from fish In this phylogenetic tree, the light blue section represents the five kingdoms. Red is animals, orange is plants, yellow is protista, green is monera/


Classification Each person might divide these shells into different categories Scientists often group and name, or classify, organisms using certain guidelines.

biological significance When you hear the word “bird,” for example, you immediately form a mental picture of the organism being discussed—a flying animal that has feathers But science often requires smaller / they were placed in another new kingdom, Monera This process produced five kingdomsMonera, Protista, Fungi, Plantae, and AnimaliaThis process produced five kingdomsMonera, Protista, Fungi, Plantae, and Animalia CLASSIFICATION Five Kingdom System –Monera Prokaryotic organisms Bacteria and blue-green /


Classification Each person might divide these shells into different categories Scientists often group and name, or classify, organisms using certain guidelines.

biological significance When you hear the word “bird,” for example, you immediately form a mental picture of the organism being discussed—a flying animal that has feathers But science often requires smaller / they were placed in another new kingdom, Monera This process produced five kingdomsMonera, Protista, Fungi, Plantae, and AnimaliaThis process produced five kingdomsMonera, Protista, Fungi, Plantae, and Animalia CLASSIFICATION Five Kingdom System –Monera Prokaryotic organisms Bacteria and blue-green /


Animal, Plant & Soil Science Lesson B1-1 Classifying Living Things.

Animal, Plant & Soil Science Lesson B1-1 Classifying Living Things Interest Approach Show pictures of various plants or animals, preferably of those that students cannot quickly identify /a membrane-bounded nucleus.  Microscopic organisms, such as bacteria and cyanobacteria, belong to the Monera kingdom. What are the similarities and differences in the five kingdoms of organisms? B. Protista—The Protista kingdom consists of organisms that are eukaryotic.  A eukaryotic cell has a nucleus that is separated /


About Plant Biology Chapter 1.

, cholera, syphilis, tetanus, tuberculosis Plant diseases Domain Archaea Organisms originally were placed in Whittaker’s Kingdom Monera Prokaryotic Different cell structure and chemistry than organisms in Domain Bacteria Domain Archaea Divided into three groups based/image on fluorescent plate or photographic film Scanning Electron Microscope Collected electrons used to form picture in television picture tube High resolution view of surface structures Requires vacuum Recent refinements Can operate in low/


Qualities of Living Things What does it mean to be alive??

one of the 5 kingdoms. Did you know that every living organism can be classified into one of the 5 kingdoms. The 5 Kingdoms of Life Monera Monera Protista Protista Fungi Fungi Plantae Plantae Animalia Animalia Kingdom Monera(bacteria) Unicellular Unicellular No/bird, human Remember those Kingdoms… Now create a mnemonic to remember the Kingdoms of life, and Draw a picture to make it easier for you to remember these kingdoms. Draw a picture to make it easier for you to remember these kingdoms. Oh yes! Another/


Ch 18 Review Why? Oh, why? Bonus questions are worth more….but wrong answers will cost you! With no risk, you get no reward.

. 1.Fish 2.Amphibians 3.Reptiles 4.Birds 5.Mammals 6.Dinosaurs 7.Invertebrates Organisms in the kingdoms Eubacteria and Archaebacteria were previously grouped in the kingdom 1.Animalia 2.Monera 3.Fungi 4.Eukarya Panthero leo and tigris belong to the same genus. 1.Panthero 2.Lynx /. Just look at him….this is Mr. West…really! Which one is Mr. West? A BC D E When was that picture taken? 1.1971 2.1979 3.1982 4.1985 5.1987 6.1989 7.1990 8.1991 9.1992 Participant Scores PointsParticipantPointsParticipant Animals /


1. Explain the term “taxonomy” 2. Explain the necessity for classifying living things 3. Identify the scientist that developed the current classification.

picture) 6. List the 7 classification categories (KPCOFGS) (King Philip Came Over From Germany Saturday) 7. Define the term “species” 8. Explain what “binomial nomenclature” is, where it comes from, and how it is written 9. Know the scientific name of humans 10. Use a dichotomous key to identify organisms Kingdom/Parasites or decomposers Eukaryotic Mostly multicellularYeast, mold, mushrooms KINGDOM MAJOR CHARACTERISTICS EXAMPLES MONERA Bacteria: heterotrophs Blue-green algae: autotrophs Prokaryotic /


NAME GAMESTEP-UPNEW DEALBOX SET-BONUS- FAMOUS KINGS 161116*21 271217*22 381318*23 491419*24 5101520*25 Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Taxonomy and Classification.

related to the Cape Hunting Dog? –The Bush Dog, Domestic Dog, or Raccoon Dog? What is this a picture of below? Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy I’m a backboned cold blooded animal that does not live in/Names, What is a Species?, Dichotomous Keys, What does Classification Use?, The Domains of Life, Kingdoms of Life,The 8 Taxonomic Ranks, Humans Taxonomic Classification, Kingdom Monera, Prokaryotic Cells, Types of Eubacteria, Bacteria Classification, Gram Staining,Bacterial Food Borne Illnesses, Penicillin and/


AHSGE Item Specifications Cherokee High School Science Department AHSGE - BIOLOGY Item Specs Practice 1.

kingdom and the six-kingdom systems for classification? A Monera in the five-kingdom system is divided into Protista and Fungi in the six-kingdom system. B Monera in the five-kingdom system is divided into Eubacteria and Archaebacteria in the six-kingdom system. C Eubacteria and Archaebacteria in the five-kingdom system are combined to form Monera in the six-kingdom/ results from the combination of the living organisms shown in the picture? A biosphere B ecosystem C population D community 44 45 46/


Taxonomy & Classification of Organisms What is Classification? Classification is the grouping of information or objects based on similarities Taxonomy.

Imagine that you have discovered a new species of animal that has never been seen before. Draw a picture of your animal. Describe its physical and behavioural characteristics and its habitat. Come up with a name for/ a group of prokaryotic microorganisms called archaebacteria are separate from other monerans. Therefore, they decided to split kingdom monera into two separate kingdoms: Eubacteria Archaebacteria Unicellular Prokaryotic Exist in extreme environments – they do not need oxygen or light to live/


Chapter 17 Organizing Lifes Diversity. A. How Classification Began 1. Classification - grouping of objects or information based on similarities 2. Taxonomy.

. Until a several years ago, most classifications schemes used the 5 kingdom system- Protista, Fungi, Animalia, Plantae, and Monera. 2. Monera is now usually split into two kingdoms- Archaea and Eubacteria. 2. Monera is now usually split into two kingdoms- Archaea and Eubacteria. Kangaroo and eucalyptus pictures by Dr. Gene Bakko, St. Olaf College The 6 Kingdoms Categories for grouping organisms Structural similarities – how are its parts similar/


1 Classification Taxonomy copyright cmassengale. 2 There are 1.8 Million known species of organisms There are 1.8 Million known species of organisms This.

and 4 KingdomsDomains and 4 Kingdoms PROKARYOTES no organisms with no nuclear membrane with organisms with a nuclear membrane 2 Types of Cells EUKARYOTES The Big The Big Picture Picture The History of Life on/at one time considered a kingdom called monera. If you see the kingdom monera, know that the question refers to Eubactera or Archeabacteria. FYI! (For Your Information) Kingdom Monera – Prokaryotic organisms. (no longer used) 31 Domain Eukarya is Divided into four Kingdoms Protista (protozoans, algae…) /


Chapter 4 Classification and Phylogeny. Carolus Linnaeus Swedish botanist Produced a classification scheme for plants and animals Published “Systema Naturae”

Five Kingdom Note that Protists and Monera are paraphyletic Three Domains Note that the “Monera has been split into two groups. Everything else belongs into a single group. Protozoa ProtostomesDeuterostomes Coelomates Acoelomates Mollusca Crustacea Arachnida Insecta Annelida Echinodermata Chordata Vertebrata Tunicata Pseudocoelomates Monera (Bacteria) Hemi- chordata Metazoa Parazoa Eumetazoa Bilateria † Mesozoa † Triploblasts * Diploblasts Arthropoda Cnidaria Ctenophora Radiata* The Big Picture Linnaeus/


Three Domains of Life Protists

possess pilli, which helps fasten cell to host membrane Domain Archaea Once considered a subdivision of the Kingdom Monera, now its own domain Like all prokaryotes, Archaea are single-celled microorganisms that lack a nucleus/mycorrhizae), Ascomycetes (inc. yeast), Bascidiomycetes (mushrooms), and Deuteromycetes (not pictured) Kingdom Fungi Phylogeny based on the 5 major Phyla (based on mode of sexual reproduction) Kingdom Fungi Multicellular fungi consist of long, slender filaments called hyphae Some hyphae/


Taxonomy BIOL 1407. What is taxonomy? Naming and classification of organisms Traditionally based on system developed by Carolus Linnaeus.

common names Example Scientific Name: Yucca filamentosa Common Names: Bear grass, Adam’s needle, Weak-leaf yucca Picture Credit: Larry Allain @ USDA- NRCS PLANTS Database Scientific Names: General Guidelines Scientific names are based on/ Eukarya – eukaryotes Modern Taxonomic Hierarchy Domains are the highest level (most inclusive), above Kingdoms. Kingdom Monera is no longer used. Kingdom Protista is no longer used. Kingdoms Plantae, Fungi and Animalia are still in use. Modern Taxonomy Modern taxonomy is in/


Assignments and Term Paper Grading altered 10% for assignments – once a week, presentations twice a week. 5% for term paper – groups of 4 25% quizzes 25%

placing it in a group, systematics. The Role of Taxonomy : 1. Taxonomy works out for us a vivid picture of the existing organic diversity of the earth. 2. Taxonomy provides much of the information permitting a reconstruction of / current use divides all living organisms into five kingdoms. Early View 2 Kingdoms Plants Animals embryophytes Protoctista Animals algae Monera Copeland’s View 4 Kingdoms Whittaker’s View 5 Kingdoms Protoctista Fungi Animals Monera (prokaryotes) Plants Algae Three Domains of Life /


Biological Classification Mrs. Bondia’s Virtual Field Trip and WebQuest Middle School Science Brown Street Education Center Vine Grove, KY August 2008.

classification to sort and organize their discoveries. We will also be going around the world to learn more about the 5 kingdoms: monera (bacteria), protista, fungi, plantae, and animalia. WebQuest: What is our task? At each stop on our virtual field/the similarities are important. Explain why you agree or disagree. Click on the picture of Ms. Goodall to answer the questions and learn more about her research. Kingdom Monera/Bacteria Your next stop on your journey of discovery will be the tiny parasitic/


CLASSIFICATION OF LIVING THINGS

system. It encompasses all the related species. The 5 KINGDOMS of Classification In all, there are 5 Kingdoms of Life… Monera Protista Fungi Plantae Animalia The 5 Kingdoms of Classification The Kingdom, Monera consists of all Bacteria. Examples of Bacteria include: Cyan bacteria, Staphylococcus aureus Escherichia coli. This picture is of E. coli The 5 Kingdoms of Classification The Kingdom, Protista consists of simple eukaryotes (multi-cellular organisms). Examples/


Introduction to Biology. What is Biology Biology is A. Living things can be studied on many relationship to their environment. the study of living things.

cell (prokaryotic or eukaryotic)  The type of (autotroph or heterotroph)  The type of structure (does it have a ) Taxonomy number type nutrition backbone Five Kingdom Classification FIVE KINGDOM SYSTEM  Monera ( )  Protista ( )  Fungi ( )  Plantae ( )  Animalia ( ) bacteria amoeba mushroom tree human Kingdom Monera  Most  cell-organelles are not bounded by a membrane  inside the cell  Examples Bacteria - Eats others for food) Blue green algae – Makes own food/


Discussion Slides The following slides are for information only No writing is required.

to move (true)(no) (one)(more than one) X Old 5 Kingdom System Monera Protists Plants Fungi Animals Old 5 Kingdom System Monera Protists Plants Fungi Animals Eubacteria (normal bacteria) Archae- bacteria (old, weird bacteria) NEW 3 Domain system Bacteria (Kingdom Eubacteria) Archaea (Kingdom Archaebacteria) Eukaryotes (4 Kingdoms: Protists, Plants, Fungi, Animals) Old 5 Kingdom System Monera Protists Plants Fungi Animals http://www.brainpop.com/science/diversityoflife/sixkingdoms/ Time/


REVISION HISTORY Date Version Revised By Description Aug 25,

GROUPS The following outlines some of the major groups of organisms found in the ocean from within the 5 kingdoms: 1. Monera – Prokaryotes (Eubacteria & Archaebacteria) Prokaryotes are unicellular organisms that lack a true nucleus with genetic material /edu/help/timeform.html http://www.fossils-facts-and-finds.com/geologic_time_line.html Create a poster for each era, consisting of pictures, drawings and information about the era. For each era include the following: • Era Name & Timeline • Environment &/


GREEN MACHINE LIKE IT OR NOT TOTALLY NOT TUBULAR ANYTHING GROWS -Bonus- TREERIFIC 161116*21 271217*22 381318*23 491419*24 5101520*25.

Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy This is a picture of a fern... A.) Gametophyte B.) Setae C.) Rhizome D.) Sporangia E.) Frond Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy This is a picture of a fern... A.) Gametophyte B.) Setae C.)/What is a Species?, Dichotomous Keys, What does Classification Use?, The Domains of Life, Kingdoms of Life,The 8 Taxonomic Ranks, Humans Taxonomic Classification, Kingdom Monera, Prokaryotic Cells, Types of Eubacteria, Bacteria Classification, Gram Staining,Bacterial Food Borne Illnesses, /


CLASS ACTKINGS CORNER WICKED SMALL BACT-OFF-BONUS- FAMOUS KINGS 161116*21 271217*22 381318*23 491419*24 5101520*25 Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Taxonomy.

–http://www.sciencepowerpoint.com/Taxonomy_Cl assification_Unit.htmlhttp://www.sciencepowerpoint.com/Taxonomy_Cl assification_Unit.html Taxonomy and Classification review game with focus on Kingdom Monera 1-20 = 5 points each 20-25 = Bonus (1 point each) Final Question = 5 point wager Find the /through time. Trying to figure who came from whom? Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy 4 What’s this a picture of below? Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy 5 CLASS ACTKINGS CORNER WICKED SMALL BACT-OFF-BONUS- FAMOUS KINGS /


Taxonomy (Classification) Chapter 18. Taxonomy – the branch of biology that groups and names organisms based on studies of their different characteristics.

have ridges around edge ……………… Nickel 3. a. Coin has a picture of George Washington ………….Quarter b. Coin doesn ’ t have a picture of G. Washington ……..Dime 4. a. Coin has a man with/)  Fungi  Plantae  Animalia Kingdoms Today, there are six kingdoms (Monera is divided into two kingdoms)  Eubacteria  Archaebacteria  Protista  Fungi  Plantae  Animalia Kingdoms Six kingdoms  Eubacteria - Bacteria  Archaebacteria – “Old” bacteria  Protista – The “leftover” kingdom  Fungi – Mushrooms and molds /


Granny wants to buy you a car… zWhat kind of vehicle do you want? zClassify the type of automobile you want:

Kingdom OLD VERSION: What are the 5 Kingdoms? Monera (bacteria) has been split into 2 Kingdoms! 6 Kingdom System Animalia Plantae Fungi Protista Eubacteria Archaeabacteria 3 Domains zEubacteria – Common Bacteria zArchaea Bacteria – ancient Bacteria zEukarya – Includes everything else - Protist, Fungi, Monera/BIRDS, LIONS,TIGERS,BEARS (oh my !) What would the 6 kingdoms say? zFor YOUR kingdom, create a comic/cartoon zInclude a color picture of the organism in its environment zGive your organism a dialog /


A professional fisherman caught 30 fish during a 5 day tournament. Each day, he caught 3 more fish than the day before. How many fish did he catch on the.

water Leo = lion Match the pictures with their scientific names. Trillium /Kingdoms have changed over time. 2.Identify the modern Kingdoms and Domains. UPDATING CLASSIFICATION SYSTEMS Classification Timeline 2 Kingdoms: Greeks through Linnaeus 1.Plantae 2.Animalia 4 Kingdoms: 1800s 3. Protista – single celled eukaryotes 4. Monera – bacteria 5 Kingdoms: 1950s 5. Fungi Protist Fungi UPDATING CLASSIFICATION SYSTEMS, CONTINUED Classification Timeline 6 Kingdoms: 1990s genetic data splits Kingdom Monera/


Topic 5.5 Classification. Why Classify? 1. How many ‘different sorts’ of living things are there on the planet?

Kingdom… Linnaeus originally divided living things into 2 (then 3) kingdoms… Animalia Vegetalia (Plants) Mineralia (Minerals, since abandoned) We now widely recognise FIVE kingdoms: 1. Kingdom Plantae (the plants) 2. Kingdom Animalia (the animals) 3. Kingdom Fungi (the fungi and moulds) 4. Kingdom Protocista (protozoa and alga) 5. Kingdom Prokaryote [Monera] (the euBacteria and archebacteria) Kingdom/ of the viewer to navigate). By clicking on each picture you can link to information about each type of plant/


Classification. Taxonomy Science of grouping organisms according to their presumed natural relationships Artificial May change with new evidence.

sequences – related species have more similarities Comparison of Karyotypes – picture of organism’s chromosomes Chromosome counts Chromosome shapes Biochemical Comparisons /Kingdom Classifications Two Kingdoms Plants Animals Three Kingdoms Plants Animals Protists Kingdom Classifications Four Kingdoms Plants Animals Protists Monera Five Kingdoms Plants Animals Protists Monera Fungi Kingdom Classifications Six Kingdoms Plants Animals Protists Fungi Eubacteria Archaebacteria Criteria for Defining Kingdoms/


Chapters 19,20,21 Chapter 19 Virus and Bacteria Microbiology.

Prophage:Viral DNA in the Host DNA Eventually will become Lytic Eventually will become Lytic Drawing/Picture Bacteria Prokaryotes: unicellular organisms that lack a nucleus Prokaryotes: unicellular organisms that lack a nucleus – Bacteria Prokaryotes are now classified as Monerans (Kingdom: Monera) Prokaryotes are now classified as Monerans (Kingdom: Monera) Divided into two groups: Eubacteria and Archaebacteria Divided into two groups: Eubacteria and Archaebacteria Eubacteria Larger/


Vertebrates By: Asina and Eileen About Vertebrates Vertebrates are animals that have backbones such as mammals, fish, amphibians, birds, primates, rodents.

their surroundings. Difference Although all the vertebrates are in the same kingdom they are different from most kingdoms for example: It is different from Kingdom Monera and Protista because Monera and Protista are unicellular and vertebrates are not. Also they are/ has a short pregnancy period, produces multiple litters per year, and has large numbers of helpless offspring. Rodents Picture Marsupial Marsupials are best known for the Australian members of the family, the kangaroo, wallaby and the koala. /


AHSGE Biology Content Standard 1 – Select appropriate laboratory glassware, balances, time measuring equipment, and optical instruments to conduct an.

between the five-kingdom and six-kingdom classification systems. Six Kingdoms Archaebacteria Eubacteria Protista Fungi Plantae Animalia Five Kingdoms Monera Protista Fungi Plantae Animalia Monera in the five-kingdom system is divided into Eubacteria and Archaebacteria in the six-kingdom system. Archeabacteria -/Oxygen Cycle So oxygen is created in plants and used up by animals, as is shown in the picture above. But the oxygen cycle is not actually quite that simple. Plants must break carbohydrates down into/


Classification. Taxonomy Science of grouping organisms according to their presumed natural relationships Artificial May change with new evidence.

sequences – related species have more similarities Comparison of Karyotypes – picture of organism’s chromosomes Chromosome counts Chromosome shapes Biochemical Comparisons /Kingdom Classifications Two Kingdoms Plants Animals Three Kingdoms Plants Animals Protists Kingdom Classifications Four Kingdoms Plants Animals Protists Monera Five Kingdoms Plants Animals Protists Monera Fungi Kingdom Classifications Six Kingdoms Plants Animals Protists Fungi Eubacteria Archaebacteria Criteria for Defining Kingdoms/


Cells and Systems By: Vivek and Dhvani 8N-4. Driving Question.

are divided into 5 major kingdoms including Monera, The Protista(Protoctista), the Fungi, the Plantae, and the Animalia.  Kingdom Monera includes about 10 000 species. They are made up of a small single cell(unicellular). Mostly bacteria.  Kingdom Protista includes about 250 /specimen is coated in gold and the electrons bounce off to give you and exterior view of the specimen. The pictures are in black and white. Mosquito Transmission Electron Microscopes (TEM)  TEM is electron illuminated. This gives a /


BIOLOGY GRADUATION TEST REVIEW. Cells What is biology? The study of living things What is considered living? – anything that has the ability to nourish,

protein. During pregnancy, observing a karyotype (a chromosome picture) can detect chromosomal defects. TAXONOMY Taxonomy The study of the classification of organisms Classification Kingdom Phylum Class Order Family Genus Species King Phillip Cried Out/rust Plantaeeukaryotemulticellular mosses, ferns, trees, shrubs, plants Animaliaeukaryotemulticellular worms, insects, sponges, birds, mammals Kingdom Monera bacteria need water, nutrients, and a moderate temperature to survive autotrophs (make their own food/


The Cell Microscopes, History & the Cell Theory. The Microscope ► Originally created for trade purposes ► Merchants needed a way of examining types of.

of the 5 Kingdoms ► Single-Celled Eukaryotes  Kingdom Protista: Protists including Algae  Kingdom Fungi: Yeasts ► Multi-celled Eukaryotes  Kingdom Fungi: Molds, Mushrooms  Kingdom Plante: Plants  Kingdom Animalia: Animals Prokaryotic Organisms Comprise the Kingdom MoneraMonera include all of /neither enter nor leave the cell. ► There will be no net movement of water. Solution Pictures Transport Active v. Passive Transport Passive Transport ► Transport of water from areas of higher concentration to/


This PowerPoint is one small part of my Taxonomy and Classification Unit. A Seven Part 3,000+ Slide PowerPoint full of engaging activities, critical class.

is a Species?, Dichotomous Keys, What does Classification Use?, The Domains of Life, Kingdoms of Life,The 8 Taxonomic Ranks, Humans Taxonomic Classification, Kingdom Monera, Prokaryotic Cells, Types of Eubacteria, Bacteria Classification, Gram Staining,Bacterial Food Borne Illnesses/ sun. Eubacteria: True bacteria, gets energy from food or sun. Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Microscopic picture of bacteria hiding inside a human lung. Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Tissue eating bacteria Types of Bacteria/


B IOLOGY EOC R EVIEW. Steps used to solve a problem Observation Questioning and stating problems Hypothesizing Experimenting – including a control and.

decomposers Plantae – all eukaryotic autotrophs Animalia – all eukaryotic heterotrophs that must eat other organisms for food In Six Kingdom system the Kingdom Monera has been divided into the Archaebacteria and the Eubacteria Archaebacteria – are extremists that live in hot, acidic, saline/ learning by association 3) Social Behavior – division of labor as in a termite or ant colony What does this picture show? How have their strucutres evolved to fit each other? What type of behavior is this? How have they /


Classification Systems. I.Taxonomy – branch of biology that deals with classifying and naming living things A.Aristotle – Ancient Greek Philosopher 1.

Animalia Animals as simple as a sponge, multicelluar, complex life cycles, tissue layers Some scientists recently divided the Monera Kingdom into two Kingdoms: Eubacteria (complex, recent) Archiobacteria (ancient, few today) II.Naming organisms A.Nomenclature – system for naming / evidence provides relationships between extinct and modern species. Classification practice (pictures or shapes) Spread out all items so you can see all Choose a “Kingdom” for them. Choose at least 2 Phyla Subdivide the phyla in/


Kristen Knaggs. Harmful or Helpful to Humans? w Harmful or Helpful to Humans? www.lakeview-farms.com/PreludeRaspberry02.jpg.

scienceclarified.com/images/uesc_06_img0326.jpg 2 Kingdoms (Plant & Animal) 3 Kingdoms (Plant, Animal, Single Celled) 4 Kingdoms (Plant, Animal, Protista, Monera) 5 Kingdoms (Plant, Animal, Protista, Monera, Fungi) 6 Kingdoms? (Plant, Animal, Protista, Fungi/ Animal Kingdom Difficulties/Misconceptions More invertebrates (1 265 500 species) than vertebrates (52 500 species) Classification by size or habitat Multiple Intellgences Bodily-Kinesthetic, Interpersonal, Visual Modifications Add names to pictures for/


Taxonomy and Phylogeny and Evolution How do we as biologists classify life?

system is named cladisticscladistics Linneas’s taxonomy Began with a two kingdom system [animals and plants] which was expanded into a 5 kingdom system [animals, plants, monera, protists and fungi]moneraprotists Recently modified into a three domain system/20Taxonomy.htm http://www.cartage.org.lb/en/kids/science/Biology%20Cells/Studies/Human%20Taxonomy.htm The bigger picture Scientists arrange these names into what are called phylogenetic trees which show the evolutionary relationship between all classified/


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