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Classification

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Parker Smith

on 2 December 2016

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Transcript of Classification

Classification
What is Classification?
Classification is process by which scientists group living organisms in seven consecutively inclusive groups. It is a process developed by Botanis Carl Linnaeus.
Kingdom
Plantae
Animalia
Eubacteria Archaebacteria
Fungi
Protista
Prokaryote that can stand extreme conditions,
heterotrophs
Home to prokaryotic bacteria and are unicellular heterotrophs
Home to eukaryotic
cells, multicellular
heterotroph
Eukaryotic, autotroph,
consists of all of
the plants in
the world
Eukaryotic, heterotroph,
consists of all of the animals and in the
world
Stationary Eukaryotic composers, and are unicellular
Phylum
The most inclusive group that
divides each of the kingdoms
into more specific
groups
For example,
a leopard
would be
in the
Chordata
phyla, because
it has a central
nerve chord.
Class
This rank in
Classification refers to Mammals, Reptiles,
Amphibians, and so on.


Order
An order of an
organism is a
very lightly specific division
of it's class.
Family
A specific group of and Order that
includes animals of similar species.
Not This family...
But This Family!
Genus
The second
most specific group
of classification. For example,
Ramphastidae (tropical birds) would be a Toucan's Genus group.
Species
The name
"species"
derives frm the word "specific", which aids to the
fact that this
group is the most
specific in
classification.
A species of sea turtle is the Hawkbill Turtle
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