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Classification 2

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Harvey Buckle

on 17 May 2017

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Transcript of Classification 2

Aim
To be able to use the terms:

1. Etymology
2. Taxonomy
3. Organisms
4. ingdoms
5. Species
Etymology
This is a study of the way WORDS are put together.

What does HOMO ERECTUS mean?
The binomial system


There are millions of species on our planet. Although species can be very different from each other, many have similar features that allow us to put them into groups. This is called classification and the formal word for this is TAXONOMY.
Kingdoms


The first big division of living things in the classification system is to put them into one of five kingdoms. These are based on what an organism's cells are like.

The five kingdoms are:

1. animals (all multicellular animals)
2. plants (all green plants)
5. fungi (moulds, mushrooms, yeast)
4. prokaryotes (bacteria, blue-green algae)
5. protoctists (Amoeba, Chlorella and 6. Plasmodium)
Chicken wings anyone?
Watch Mr Harvey
Starter
Something strange?
What is a SPECIES?
DO a search and write it down with an example
Classification 2
17th May 2017
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