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Diversity in living organism

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Diversity in living organism

  1. 1. Classification is a method of scientific taxonomy used to group and categorize organisms into groups.
  2. 2. The first person to classify organisms into different groups was ARISTOTLE. He classified organisms according to their habitat. As the organism live on land, water or in the air.
  3. 3. The classification of organisms is based on such features or characters, which are similar in one kind of organisms and different in different kind of organisms.
  4. 4. Biological evolution is defined as any genetic change in a population that is inherited over several generations.
  5. 5. The origin of species was the book in which CHARLES DRAWIN first described the idea of evolution in 1859.
  6. 6. KINGDOM FAMILY CLASS DIVISION (plants)PHYLUM (animals) ORDER GENUS SPECIES
  7. 7. ERNST HAECKEL ROBERT WHITTAKER CARL WOESE
  8. 8. BACTERIA MYCOPLASMA
  9. 9. AMOEBA PARAMECIUM PROTOZOA
  10. 10. PENICILLIUM AGARICUS
  11. 11. The scientific name for an organism is unique and can be used to identify it anywhere in the world. The system of scientific naming or nomenclature we use today was introduced by Carolus Linnaeus in the eighteenth century. The scientific name of an organism is the result of the process of classification which puts it along with the organisms it is most related to.
  12. 12. NAME SCIENTIFIC NAME Pine Deodar Cockroach Spider House fly Star fish Sea horse Common frog House wall lizard Ostrich Pinus Cycas Pariplaneta Aranea Musca Asterias Male hippocampus Rana tigrina Hemidactylus Struthio camelus

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