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Project

Domain- Kingdom- Phylum- Class- Order- Family- Genus- Species
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Isabella Soanes

on 29 April 2010

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Classification Domain In Classification, Domain is the
most inclusive category, more than
the kingdoms and others.
There are three Domains:
Domain Eukarya
Domain Bacteria
Domain Archaea Classification is the system used to name organisms and study the diversity of life. Organisms are classified by Domain, Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, and Binomial Nomenclature. The Domain which humans belong,
is the Domain Eukarya Kingdom Phylum Class Order Family Genus Binomial Nomenclature A kingdom is a large taxonomic group, consisting of closely related phyla. The Kingdom to which Humans
belong is the kingdom Animalia A Phylum is a group of closely related classes. The Phylum that humans are from,
is the Phylum Chordata A class is a group of similar orders The class for humans is the class Mamalia. An order is a group of similar families. The order that humans are from is the order Homosapiens A family is a group of genera that
share many characteristics. The family for humans is the homonid family. A genus is group of closely related species, and the first part of the scientific name in binomial nomenclature The genus which humans belong to is homo. The binomial nomenclature is the classification system in which each species is assigned a two-part scientific name The binomial nomenclature name that humans are given is Homo Neanderthals All definitions are from
www.pearsonsuccessnet.com

Picture from
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a little example of a classification: THE
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