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06.01 The Classification of Living Organisms Assignment:

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Rebecca Desrosiers

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Transcript of 06.01 The Classification of Living Organisms Assignment:

• Describe the physical traits your animals had in common with one another in your taxonomy chart. Break down your descriptions by taxa. (Example: All animals in the class Reptilia breathe air, lay shelled eggs, and have skin covered in scales.)
- All animals in the class breathe air and lay eggs and have skin covered in feathers

Question 1:
Part C: Reflection Questions
Part B: The Cladogram
• Explain the positions of each species in your cladogram. Why did you place each of your animals in those positions?
- They seemed to fit in the right positions considering the taxonomy chart.

Question 2:
• Which was more difficult to make, the Linnaean taxonomy chart or the cladogram? Explain your answer.
- The taxonomy chart was more difficult to make due to trying to get the all circles the same shape and the same size as the other circles.

Question 3:
Cardinal
Finch
Pelican
Blue Jay
Robin
Taxonomy Chart:
Blue Jay, Robin, cardinal, finch, and pelican
Part A:
06.01 The Classification of Living Organisms Assignment:
By: Rebecca Desrosiers
Anymalia
Chordata
Aves
Passeriformes
Corvidae
Cyanocitta
Cristata
Animalia
Chordata
Aves
Passeriformes
Turdidae
Turdus
Turdus
Migratorious
Animalia
Chordata
Aves
Passeriformes
Cardinalidae
Cardinalis
C. Cardinalis
Animalia
Chordata
Aves
Passeriformes
Fringillida
Fringilla
Carduelis
Animalia
Chordata
Aves
Pelecaniformes
Pelecanidae
Pelecanus
Pelecanus
tirarensis
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