PLANTS                 ANIMALSGreen and Don’t Move   Not Green and Move About
SIZESmall   Medium   LargeHERBS   SHRUBS   TREES
WHERE THEY LIVE    WATER         LAND            AIRa. Aristotle’s system lasted over 2000 years
Linnaeus wrote a huge encyclopediaof life     “Systema Naturae”         (system of nature),  containing all living things ...
LARGEST GROUP  Most GeneralSMALLEST GROUP  Most Specific
LEVEL        GROUPSL1 Kingdom            PAPER
LEVEL        GROUPSL1 Kingdom            PAPERL2 Phylum        CARDSBOXES
LEVEL        GROUPSL1 Kingdom             PAPERL2 Phylum          CARDSBOXESL3 Class     PLAYING   BIRTHDAY
LEVEL         GROUPSL1 Kingdom                  PAPERL2 Phylum           CARDSBOXESL3 Class      PLAYING      BIRTHDAYL4 O...
LEVEL         GROUPSL1 Kingdom                  PAPERL2 Phylum           CARDSBOXESL3 Class      PLAYING      BIRTHDAYL4 O...
LEVEL                   GROUPSL1 Kingdom                            PAPERL2 Phylum                     CARDSBOXESL3 Class ...
LEVEL                   GROUPSL1 Kingdom                            PAPERL2 Phylum                     CARDSBOXESL3 Class ...
a. Sub or Super   added to Levels to   form more groups:   •   Superclass   •   Class   •   Subclassd. Group names come fr...
a. The more groups    organisms are placed in    together the:   •   More traits they have in common   •   More closely th...
Which two organisms aremost closely related?KINGDOM   Animal     Animal      Animal       PlantPHYLUM    Chordata   Chorda...
Roadrunner  Speedea blazi     CyoteHungrais maximus
FIRST               SECOND Genus                speciesCapatilized         Lower case    Italicized or Underlined
Cell                        AcquireKingdom     Type          Cells          FoodMONERA    Prokaryote Unicellular      Auto...
Cell                      Acquire    Kingdom          Type         Cells         FoodARCHAEOBACTERIA    Prokaryote Unicell...
Cell                    Acquire   Domain           Type         Cells       FoodBACTERIA          Prokaryote Unicellular  ...
Classifying Living Things - Honors
Classifying Living Things - Honors
Classifying Living Things - Honors
Classifying Living Things - Honors
Classifying Living Things - Honors
Classifying Living Things - Honors
Classifying Living Things - Honors
Classifying Living Things - Honors
Classifying Living Things - Honors
Classifying Living Things - Honors
Classifying Living Things - Honors
Classifying Living Things - Honors
Classifying Living Things - Honors
Classifying Living Things - Honors
Classifying Living Things - Honors
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Classifying Living Things - Honors

  1. 1. PLANTS ANIMALSGreen and Don’t Move Not Green and Move About
  2. 2. SIZESmall Medium LargeHERBS SHRUBS TREES
  3. 3. WHERE THEY LIVE WATER LAND AIRa. Aristotle’s system lasted over 2000 years
  4. 4. Linnaeus wrote a huge encyclopediaof life “Systema Naturae” (system of nature), containing all living things at thattime.
  5. 5. LARGEST GROUP Most GeneralSMALLEST GROUP Most Specific
  6. 6. LEVEL GROUPSL1 Kingdom PAPER
  7. 7. LEVEL GROUPSL1 Kingdom PAPERL2 Phylum CARDSBOXES
  8. 8. LEVEL GROUPSL1 Kingdom PAPERL2 Phylum CARDSBOXESL3 Class PLAYING BIRTHDAY
  9. 9. LEVEL GROUPSL1 Kingdom PAPERL2 Phylum CARDSBOXESL3 Class PLAYING BIRTHDAYL4 Order RED BLACK
  10. 10. LEVEL GROUPSL1 Kingdom PAPERL2 Phylum CARDSBOXESL3 Class PLAYING BIRTHDAYL4 Order RED BLACKL5 Family
  11. 11. LEVEL GROUPSL1 Kingdom PAPERL2 Phylum CARDSBOXESL3 Class PLAYING BIRTHDAYL4 Order RED BLACKL5 FamilyL6 Genus LETTERS NUMBERS
  12. 12. LEVEL GROUPSL1 Kingdom PAPERL2 Phylum CARDSBOXESL3 Class PLAYING BIRTHDAYL4 Order RED BLACKL5 FamilyL6 Genus LETTERS NUMBERSL7 Species A K Q J 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
  13. 13. a. Sub or Super added to Levels to form more groups: • Superclass • Class • Subclassd. Group names come from trait used to form group: • Phylum Arthropoda “jointed legged animals” • Phylum Echinodermata “spiny skin animals”f. Each group comes from the group before it
  14. 14. a. The more groups organisms are placed in together the: • More traits they have in common • More closely the organisms are related KINGDOM Animal Animal Animal Animal PHYLUM Chordata Chordata Chordata Chordata CLASS Mammilia Mammilia Mammilia Mammilia ORDER Carnivora Carnivora Carnivora Carnivora FAMILY Felidae Felidae Felidae Canidae GENUS Felis Felis Panthera Canis SPECIES domesticus leo pardus lupus
  15. 15. Which two organisms aremost closely related?KINGDOM Animal Animal Animal PlantPHYLUM Chordata Chordata Arthropoda TracheophytaCLASS Mammilia Reptilia Insecta AngiospermaeORDER Primates Chelonia Diptera FagalesFAMILY Hominidae Emydidae Culicdae FagaceaeGENUS Homo Terrapene Theobaldia QuercusSPECIES sapiens carolina anulata alba
  16. 16. Roadrunner Speedea blazi CyoteHungrais maximus
  17. 17. FIRST SECOND Genus speciesCapatilized Lower case Italicized or Underlined
  18. 18. Cell AcquireKingdom Type Cells FoodMONERA Prokaryote Unicellular Autotrophs HetrotrophsPROTISTA Eukaryote Unicellular Autotrophs * Multicellular HetrotrophsFUNGI Eukaryote *Unicellular Hetrotrophs MulticellularPLANTAE Eukaryote Multicellular AutotrophsANIMILIA Eukaryote Multicellular Hetrotrophs
  19. 19. Cell Acquire Kingdom Type Cells FoodARCHAEOBACTERIA Prokaryote Unicellular AutotrophsAncient Bacteria HetrotrophsEUBACTERIA Prokaryote Unicellular AutotrophsTrue Bacteria HetrotrophsPROTISTA Eukaryote Unicellular Autotrophs * Multicellular HetrotrophsFUNGI Eukaryote *Unicellular Hetrotrophs MulticellularPLANTAE Eukaryote Multicellular AutotrophsANIMILIA Eukaryote Multicellular Hetrotrophs
  20. 20. Cell Acquire Domain Type Cells FoodBACTERIA Prokaryote Unicellular AutotrophsEUBACTERIA HetrotrophsARCHAEA Prokaryote Unicellular AutotrophsARCHAEOBACTERIA HetrotrophsEUKARYA Eukaryote Unicellular HetrotrophsPROTISTS Multicellular AutotrophsFUNGIPLANTSANIMALS

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