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This is myInteractive Powerpoint for ED 205! It involves he classification of living organisms.

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    • The Classification of Living Organisms By Sarah Tusing And Megan Roberts
    • Table of Contents
      • Kingdom
      • Phylum
      • Class
        • Mammals
        • Reptiles
        • Amphibians
        • Pisces
        • Aves
      • Order
      • Family
      • Genus
      • Species
      • Vertebrates
      • Non-Vertebrates
      • The Classification Rap
      • Test yourself
      • Answers
      • Recap
    • Kingdom
      • Monera
      • Protista
      • Fungi
      • Plantea
      • Anamalia
      Jeopardy Crazy Facts
    • Phylum
      • Mollusca (octopus)
      • Annaleida (earthworm)
      • Arthopoda (cockroach)
      • Chordata (shark)
    • Class
      • Mammals
      • Reptiles
      • Amphibians
      • Pisces
      • Aves
    • Mammals
      • Characteristics of Mammals
        • Fur
        • Mammary glands
        • Feed its young
        • Temperature is constant
        • Mammals are endothermic (meaning they generate heat within their bodies and metabolically and special cooling mechanisms).
        • Breath by lungs
      The Mammal Game
    • Reptiles
      • Cold blooded
      • Vertebrate
      • Skin is covered in scales.
      • Lay eggs
      All you need to know about Reptiles.
    • Amphibians
      • Cold blooded
      • Vertebrate
      • Breathing by gills when young
      • Live on land or water
      • Smooth skinned
      Guess the Amphibian
    • Pisces
      • Breath by gills
      • Live in water
      • Cold blooded
      • They have fins
      • Eyes on the side of their head
      • Lay eggs
      Learn more about fish like these!
    • Aves
      • Lay eggs
      • Covered in feathers
      • They can fly
      • Beak
      • Vertebrates
      • Warm blooded
      • No teeth
      How well do you know birds?
    • Order
      • Carnivore-Meaning that these animals are only meat eaters. (Cheetah)
      • Omnivore-Meaning that theses animals eat both plants and meat. (Pigs)
      • Herbivore-Meaning that these animals eat only leaves and plants. (Rabbits)
    • Family Cat Bobcat Lion Tiger Although these are all different they belong in the same cat family.
    • Genus
      • A low level rank used in the classification of fossils and living organisms.
      • This is the second to last way to classify an organism.
      • Some groups names are homo, dahilia, and geranium.
      • To become a genus it has to fulfill three criteria.
        • Distinctness
        • Modifly
        • Monophyly
        • Reasonable Compactness
    • Species
      • An example of how humans are classified into species.
      • Kingdom- Anamalia
      • Phylum- Chordata
      • Class- Mammalia
      • Order- Primates
      • Family- Hominidae
      • Genus- Homo
      • Species- Sapiens
    • Vertebrates
      • All of these animals have a backbone.
      More Images and fun fact! Quiz your knowledge on Vertebrates.
    • Non-vertebrates
      • All of these animals do not have a backbone.
      Quiz yourself about invertebrates
    • The Classification Rap Kingdom Phylum Class Order Family Genus Species Click here to hear the Classification Rap!
    • Test your self!?!
      • What is one characteristic of a mammal?
      • What is a vertebrate?
      • What is one animal that is a reptile?
      • Name one Kingdom?
      • What is the order of the classification system?
      • How do Pisces breath?
      Web Cam of animals
    • Answers
      • Has fur
      • Vertebrate means the animal has a backbone.
      • Snake
      • Kingdom Plantea
      • Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, Species
      • They breathe through gills.
    • Recap
      • There are many different types of animals in the world. That is why we need different ways to classify them and break each individual organism into several different categories.
      • The way to classify organisms is to make sure the include every organism on earth.
      Hangman your knowledge