Chapter 18         ClassificationBy Mr. “Snakes are Hungry” Chapman
Classification Taxonomy – a branch of biology that names and  groups organisms according to their  characteristics and ev...
5 Kingdoms Monera – true bacteria and blue-green  algae Protista - protozoans Plantae - plants Animalia - animals Fun...
Monera Monera are:   Unicellular   Prokaryotic   Cell Walls   Autotrophic
Protista Protista are:   Unicellular   Eukaryotic   Autotrophic   No cell walls
Fungi Fungi are:   Multicellular   Eukaryotic   Cell Walls   Heterotrophic
Plants are organisms thatare…..EukaryoticMulticellularAutotrophicThey have cell walls.
Kingdom Description   Kingdom: Animalia   Multicellular   Eukaryotic   Heterotrophic   No cell walls
Classification   Kingdom   Phylum   Class   Order   Family   Genus   Species
Classification
Classification   Kingdom: Animalia   Phylum:   Class   Order   Family   Genus   Species
Classification
Classification   Kingdom: Animalia   Phylum: Chordata   Class:   Order   Family   Genus   Species
Classification   Kingdom: Animalia   Phylum: Chordata   Class: Mammalia   Order   Family   Genus   Species
Classification   Kingdom: Animalia   Phylum: Chordata   Class: Mammalia   Order: Primates   Family   Genus   Species
Human Classification   Kingdom: Animalia   Phylum: Chordata   Class: Mammalia   Order: Primates   Family: Hominidae ...
Classification   Kingdom   Phylum            More specific,   Class              more similar   Order              ch...
Classification Using common names sometimes causes a  problem  – Ex. A jelly fish isn’t really a fish at all Scientific ...
Species? What determines if an organisms is  the same or different species?
Define Species?
Species Species - a group of organisms capable of  interbreeding and producing fertile offspring   Chimps vs. Humans   ...
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  1. 1. Chapter 18 ClassificationBy Mr. “Snakes are Hungry” Chapman
  2. 2. Classification Taxonomy – a branch of biology that names and groups organisms according to their characteristics and evolutionary history.
  3. 3. 5 Kingdoms Monera – true bacteria and blue-green algae Protista - protozoans Plantae - plants Animalia - animals Fungi – mushrooms and fungi
  4. 4. Monera Monera are: Unicellular Prokaryotic Cell Walls Autotrophic
  5. 5. Protista Protista are: Unicellular Eukaryotic Autotrophic No cell walls
  6. 6. Fungi Fungi are: Multicellular Eukaryotic Cell Walls Heterotrophic
  7. 7. Plants are organisms thatare…..EukaryoticMulticellularAutotrophicThey have cell walls.
  8. 8. Kingdom Description Kingdom: Animalia Multicellular Eukaryotic Heterotrophic No cell walls
  9. 9. Classification Kingdom Phylum Class Order Family Genus Species
  10. 10. Classification
  11. 11. Classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Class Order Family Genus Species
  12. 12. Classification
  13. 13. Classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Order Family Genus Species
  14. 14. Classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order Family Genus Species
  15. 15. Classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Primates Family Genus Species
  16. 16. Human Classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Primates Family: Hominidae Genus: Homo Species: sapien
  17. 17. Classification Kingdom Phylum  More specific, Class more similar Order characteristics Family Genus Species
  18. 18. Classification Using common names sometimes causes a problem – Ex. A jelly fish isn’t really a fish at all Scientific Names – Genus species – Table 18-1 for examples – Humans Homo sapiens
  19. 19. Species? What determines if an organisms is the same or different species?
  20. 20. Define Species?
  21. 21. Species Species - a group of organisms capable of interbreeding and producing fertile offspring Chimps vs. Humans 98.7% same DNA Wolf vs. Coyote 93%

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