Presentation on theme: "Binomial nomenclature"— Presentation transcript:
1 Binomial nomenclature Genus & speciesAristotleheterotrophsmovemulticellulareukaryotesTaxonomy - Linnaeusautotrophscannot movemulticellulareukaryotesStudy of classificationFirst name cap, 2nd lowercase, italicize or underlineHomo sapiensheterotrophs (absorb food)cannot movemulticellulareukaryotesProtistsFungusPlantsAnimalsautotrophs & heterotrophssome can moveunicellulareukaryotesEukaryaArchaea & BacteriaOmain ingdom hylum lass rder amily enus pecies
2 Process in which one organism eats another to obtain energy. Plants Process in which an organism maintains stable internal conditionsstudy of living things.Overlapping food chains in an ecosystemAutotrophproducerProcess in which one organism eats another to obtain energy.Grass –Rabbit--- eaglePlantsheterotroph consumeranimalsthe producer levelLiving thing3rd levelconsumer2nd levelConsumer1st level consumerPRODUCER10%No NucleusBasic unit ofStructure and Function of living thingsHas a nucleusSUNenergy moves up - only 10%
3 limits population growth NonlivingSoil, water, templiving thingsTree, dog,Study of living things and how they interact with each other and their environment.limits population growthFood, water, shelterevaporation – liquid to gas; condensation – back to liquid, precipitation – becomes heavy falls as rain, sleet, snow, or hail.asexual – new one splits offDNAAll living things have carbon and plants take in CO2 and give back Oxygen, we do the oppositeRibosomes and dnasexual – tube forms and genetic info is exchanged.must be fixed from air to useable formLightning and bacteriaNitrogen is “free” in the air, but must be fixed and when living things die their nitrogen goes back into the cycle .eukaryoticprokaryotic
4 Animal like - heterotrophs Cocci (round)m spirilla (spiral), and bacilli (rod)Animal like - heterotrophsunicellular, eukaryotes, heterotrophs and autotrophs, sexual and asexual reproductionPlant like = photosyn.Virus has dna and a protein coat, bacteria has dna also and is alive – does not need hostFungus like – use sporesVirus hijacks and needs a host, a bacteria can reproduce sexually- conjugation and asexually – binary fissionFlagella (euglena)Capsid outer covering of protein coatPseudopods - amoebaCilia - parameciumDNAaccording to how they move.