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LIFE

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Transcript of LIFE

LIFE
There are 7 groups
Kingdom
Phylum
Class
Order
Family
Genus
Species
Kingdom
( Classification Of Living Things )
[BI L GY]
Phylum
Class
Family
Genus
Species
The species is the lowest and most specific level of the classification.
No two different species are exactly the same even if they are in the same genus there must be something different that puts them in different species.
Organisms of a class are even more common/similar than the entire phylum.
An order is organisms that are further broken down into orders. A taxonomy key which is used to complete to which an organisms belong.
IN
Mammals
Birds
Reptile
Amphibian
Fish
They are differentiated based on the shared physical characteristics among organisms.
Examples;
Chordata - have a backbone {vertebrates}
Anthrapod- NO backbone [invertebrates]
Differentiated based on: – Presence of a nucleus – Unicellular or multi-cellular – How organisms get their food.

Five different kingdoms – Protists – Monerans – Fungi – Plants – Animals
Protist
Monerans
Fungi
Plants
Animals
Organisms within a family have more in common than with organisms in any level above it.
A song on classification!
Classification on Human
Organisms of a family are said to be related to each other.
Humans are in the Hominidae Family.

The level is very specific so there are fewer organisms within each one
It describes the generic name for an organism.
The genus is used to determine the first part of its two-part name.
Consist of unicellular lifeforms. Unicellular means that they only have one cell.
These cells have no nucleus, and also missing many of the parts
Bacteria are commonly placed in the Monera Kingdom.
The Protista Kingdom consists of unicellular life forms who have a nucleus.
Protist can be both plant and animal.
The Fungi Kingdom is made up of a variety of different fungi.
Unlike plants, fungi cannot make their own food. They must rely on other sources to support them.
Microscopic Fungus
Truffles
Mushroom
A VIDEO ON CLASSIFICATION
The Greek philosopher Aristotle is known to
have grouped living things as either plants or
animals over 2,000 years ago.
Aristotle
In the mid 1700's Carolus (Carl) Linnaeus a Swedish naturalist arranged a system of grouping organisms into hierarchical categories.
Carolus Linnaeus
Taxonomy
Carolus Linnaeus started the taxonomy system. He also chose to use Latin words.

This system grouped animals and plants by characteristics and relationships. Scientists looked at the characteristics (traits) that each organism had in common.
Want To Remember The Levels?
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P
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C
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O
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F
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G
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K
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The Plantae Kingdom is made up of all the plants that you see each day. Most plants are multi-cellular,
Different types of plants include trees, grass, flowers, and some types of algae.
Animals are multi-cellular.
These cells come together, forming tissues, organs and organ systems, that help sustain the life of the animal.
There are more species of animals than in all the other kingdoms combined.


by learning about individual organism you may also learn about the whole group.
It makes information about specific organisms
easier to organize and find
What Can You Learn From a Classification?
What does classification of living organisms
mean?
A classification of a living organisms means when a scientist put organisms into a group when they have things in common.
Order
Why is classification important?
Classification is important because it allows scientists to identify groups and properly name organisms using a system based on similarities found in the organisms genetics and adaptations
In order to classify it is very important for scientists to have first agreed upon a system
or
approach to naming and classifying an organism
because
without it unknown organism could be

classified differently around the world creating confusion.
Thank You
Some Scientific Names of Animals...
Lion
is
Panthera leo

Tiger
is
Panthera tigris
Mountain Lion
is
Felis concolor
Raccoon
is

Procyon lotor
and there are lots more..
SOME
FACTS
FUN
First recorded classification of organisms was
attempted by Aristotle the Greek scientist and
philosopher.

In the 1700's Carolus Linnaeus, a
Swedish-naturalist, discovered problems in the
systematic arrangement and began to
sketch his own classification method.

http://www.powershow.com/view/1187a-YzMxN/Classification_of_Living_Things_powerpoint_ppt_presentation
http://www.softschools.com/science/biology/classification_of_living_things/
Own knowledge
Thank You
For
Watching
Our Science
Presentation
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"Classification of Living Things." Softschool Classification. N.p., n.d. Web. 26 Jan. 2015.
"Classification of Living Things." Softschool Classification. N.p., n.d. Web. 26 Jan. 2015.
"Classification of Living Things." Softschool Classification. N.p., n.d. Web. 26 Jan. 2015.
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