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Classification of Mammals: Order Rodentia

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Transcript of Classification of Mammals: Order Rodentia

By:
Ella Lueders =^-^=

hello
CLASSIFICATION
of
MAMMALS
:

ORDER
RODENTIA


Informative Rodent Video
Video of the Capybara the real thing
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What is a Rodent?
A gnawing mammal of an order that includes rats, mice, squirrels, hamsters, porcupines, and their relatives.
Distinguished by strong constantly growing incisors and no canine teeth.
They also have one or more molars.
They constitute the largest order of mammals
Video Credit:

http://www.youtbe.com/watch?v=fjewrkSFQ
CLASSIFICATION OF MAMMALS: ORDER RODENTIA
Video
Video of Naked Mole Rats
Animal kingdom
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Animal Kingdom Poster Shows All Recent Changes." Animal Kingdom Poster Shows All Recent Changes. N.p., n.d. Web. 11 Feb. 2014. <http://www.science-store.com/gs4-lifescience/animal-kingdom-poster.htm>
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by:
Hailey Hurlburt

What is an animal?
An animal is : a living organism that feeds on organic matter.

Heterotrophic: needs carbon and nitrogen for nutrition.
Eukaryotic: has a "boss" cell.
Multi-cellular: has many cells.
Seven Levels of ClassifIcation
Animal Kingdoms
Animal
Phyla
Rodent Phylum
Rodent Phylum: Chordata
Rodent Phylum
What is an Animal?
Animal Kingdom
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Seven Levels of Classification
Rodent Phylum: Chordata;
Traits: a set of upper and lower
incisors or teeth
and
small body
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short legs
and a
long tail
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Radio Show Topic Information
Radio Show Topic:

Rodentia
Favorite Type of Rodent:

Squirrels
Rodentia Examples:

Capybara, Mouse, Hamster, Rat, Beaver, Chipmunk, Groundhog, Muskrat, ...
Rodentia Quiz
1. T or F Chipmunks are
not
rodents.
2. T or F Most nonflying mammals are rodents.
3. The single largest group of mammals is the -------- .
4. Most people are familiar with mice, rats,
-------
, and guinea pigs.
5. Which of these animals are
not
a rodent?
A. rat B. vole
C. dog D. mouse
The single largest group of mammals is the Rodentia. Most non-flying mammals are rodents: there are about 1,500 living rodent species (out of about 4,000 living mammals overall). Most people are familiar with mice, rats, hamsters, and guinea pigs, which are commonly nown as a pets. The Rodentia also includes beavers, muskrats, porcupines, woodchucks, chipmunks, squirrels, prairie dogs, marmots, chinchillas, voles, lemmings, and many others.


Rodentia Article
Kingdoms
Classification of Animals
T or F: Rodents live on Antartica.
T or F: Porcupines are apart of Rodentia.
___________ is the largest Rodentia.
_________are also known as teeth.
Q: Which of the following are NOT Rodentia?
A)Rat B)Racoon
C)Gerbil
D)Squirrel
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Animal Phyla
blah blah blah
Questions
An animal is a multicellular living thing. Multicellular means when an animal has more than one cell. An animal is also eukaryotic. Eukaryotic is when a cell has a nucleus. Animals are heterotrophic too. Heterotrophic is a being that cannot make its own food.
http://discoverer.prod.sirs.com/discoweb/disco/do/article?urn=urn%3Asirs%3AUS%3BARTICLE%3BART%3B0000288771
Chipmunk
information
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squirrels.
Chipmunk informative article
Chipmunks are small, striped rodents related to tree squirrels and prairie dogs.
What they all have in common is that they all have two sets of incisors, or teeth that never stop growing, that are for gnawing.
Chipmunks have brown fur with light and dark stripes on their back and face.
They are smaller than bushy-tailed tree squirrels. Adults are about 6 to 10 inches long (15 to 26 centimeters).
Chipmunks have thin, short tails, and they make loud "chip-chip-chip" noises that sound like bird chirps.
http://discoverer.prod.sirs.com/discoweb/disco/do/article?urn=urn%3Asirs%3AUS%3BARTICLE%3BART%3B0000324274
Rodentia Article

Animal Video
Pofiera
Platyhelminthes
Echinodermata
Annelida
Chordata
Arthropoda
Nematoda
Mollusca
Cnidarians
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What is an Animal?
Introduction
to Rodentia, order of Mammals
An animal is :

Heterotrophic:
organisms that can't make its own food.

Eukaryotic:
has a "nucleus or a boss" in their cells.

Multi-cellular:
has many cells.
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Classifacation of
Animals
Article
The single largest group of mammals is the Rodentia. Most non-flying mammals are rodents: there is about 1,500 living rodent species (out of about 4,000 living mammals overall). Most people are familiar with mice, rats, and hamsters, which are commonly known as a pets. The Rodentia also includes beavers, muskrats, woodchucks, chipmunks, squirrels, prairie dogs, marmots, chinchillas, and many others.
Article
Quiz
1. T or F Chipmunks are
not
rodents.
2. T or F Most nonflying mammals are rodents.
3. The single largest group of mammals is the -------- .
4. Most people are familiar with mice, rats,
-------
, and guinea pigs.
5. Which of these animals are
not
a rodent?
A. rat B. vole
C. dog D. mouse
Seven Levels of Classifaction
Rodentia video

By.
Jad
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Opland

Hailey

Hurlb
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and Ella Lueders


CLASS
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CAT
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MAMMALS
: ORDER
RODENTIA
A gnawing mammal of an order that includes rats, mice, squirrels, hamsters, porcupines, and their relatives.
Distinguished by strong constantly growing incisors and no canine teeth.
They also have one or more molars.
They constitute the largest order of mammals
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