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Introduction to Classification

Shows the history and very basics of classification.
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phil Hughes

on 2 April 2014

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Transcript of Introduction to Classification

Classification
Who
Kingdoms
2 names
Lineous
John Ray
Structures
Problems
5
Animal
Plant
Fungus
Protists
Monera
What
Kingdom
Phylum
Class
Order
Family
Genus
Species
Binomial
Nomenclature
Aristotle
Trophs
Auto
Hetero
KINGS
PLAY
CHESS
ON
FINE
GRAINED
SAND
KIDS
PLAYING
CHASE
ON
FREEWAYS
GET
SQUISHED
HOMO SAPIENS
Kingdom Monera
one cell
not true nucleus
some move, some don’t
autotrophic, heterotorphic
examples: bacteria, blue-green bacteria
Kingdom Animalia (animals)
Multicellular
have nuclei
Do move
Heterotrophic
Examples: sponge, jellyfish, insect, frog, fish, bird.
Kingdom Plantae (plants)
Multicellular
Have nuclei
Do not move
autotrophic
Examples: multicellular algae, mosses, ferns, flowering plants, trees.
Kingdom Fungi
Multi-cellular
Have nuclei
Do not move
Heterotrophic
Examples: Mushroom, mold, puffball, shelf/bracket fungus, yeast.
Kingdom Protista
one cell
have true nucleus
some move, some don’t
autotrophic,heterotrophic
examples: amoeba, diatom, euglena, paramecium, some 1 celled algae
Hi MOM!
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