Biology Chapter 5 Lesson 1Classification – used inscience to organize things tomake it easier to studythem.
Taxonomy – is the study ofclassificationCarolus Linnaeus – creditedwith the modern dayclassification system. It isbased on...
7 Taxonomic categories:Kingdom   Phylum      Class         Order            Family               Genus                   S...
MneumonicKing Phillip cut open fivegreen snakes.
Five Kingdoms:Monera – bacteriaProtista – Protozoans and AlgaeFungi – mushrooms, mold,mildewPlantae –plantsAnimalia – anim...
Linnaeus also developed abinomial (two part)nomenclature (name) toidentify a particular type oforganism.Called the scienti...
Scientific NameUses the genus and speciesRules:1. Latin or latinized2. Italics or underlined3. First word capitalized, sec...
Scientific NameEx. Rosa chinesia (a rose)
Scientific NameEx. Rosa chinensis (theChinese rose)
Scientific Classification• is always changing•Currently the most accepted hasincluded an 8th classification theDomain. Thi...
Scientific ClassificationCurrently there are 3 Domainsbroken down by cell type:1. Domain Bacteria –prokaryotes including s...
Scientific Classification2. Domain Archaea –prokaryotes; includes theArchaeabacteria that live inextreme conditions of col...
Scientific Classification3. Domain Eukarya – Eukaryotesthat include the kingdomProtista, Fungi, Plantae, andAnimalia.
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Biology Lessons 5.1

  1. 1. Biology Chapter 5 Lesson 1Classification – used inscience to organize things tomake it easier to studythem.
  2. 2. Taxonomy – is the study ofclassificationCarolus Linnaeus – creditedwith the modern dayclassification system. It isbased on physical similarities.
  3. 3. 7 Taxonomic categories:Kingdom Phylum Class Order Family Genus Species
  4. 4. MneumonicKing Phillip cut open fivegreen snakes.
  5. 5. Five Kingdoms:Monera – bacteriaProtista – Protozoans and AlgaeFungi – mushrooms, mold,mildewPlantae –plantsAnimalia – animals bothvertebrates and invertebrates
  6. 6. Linnaeus also developed abinomial (two part)nomenclature (name) toidentify a particular type oforganism.Called the scientific name.
  7. 7. Scientific NameUses the genus and speciesRules:1. Latin or latinized2. Italics or underlined3. First word capitalized, second word is not
  8. 8. Scientific NameEx. Rosa chinesia (a rose)
  9. 9. Scientific NameEx. Rosa chinensis (theChinese rose)
  10. 10. Scientific Classification• is always changing•Currently the most accepted hasincluded an 8th classification theDomain. This is more generalthan a Kingdom.
  11. 11. Scientific ClassificationCurrently there are 3 Domainsbroken down by cell type:1. Domain Bacteria –prokaryotes including somebacteria from Kingdom Monera
  12. 12. Scientific Classification2. Domain Archaea –prokaryotes; includes theArchaeabacteria that live inextreme conditions of cold andhot. Other part of Monera.
  13. 13. Scientific Classification3. Domain Eukarya – Eukaryotesthat include the kingdomProtista, Fungi, Plantae, andAnimalia.

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