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Classification. TAXONOMY. Carolus von Linneaus mid-1700’s. Determined levels of classification Binomial Nomenclature. Levels of Classification:. Kingdom – largest group Phylum Class Order Family Genus Species – smallest group. Classification of the house cat.

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Classification

TAXONOMY


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Carolus von Linneausmid-1700’s

  • Determined levels

    of classification

  • Binomial

    Nomenclature


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Levels of Classification:

  • Kingdom – largest group

  • Phylum

  • Class

  • Order

  • Family

  • Genus

  • Species – smallest group


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Classification of the house cat

  • Kingdom– Animalia

  • Phylum – Chordata

  • Class – Mammalia

  • Order – Carnivora

  • Family – Felidae

  • Genus – Felis

  • Species - Sylvestris


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Classification of Humans

  • Kingdom – Animalia

  • Phylum – Chordata

  • Class – Mammalia

  • Order – Primate

  • Family - Hominidae

  • Genus - Homo

  • Species – sapiens

    BIOLOGICAL NAME = Homo sapeins


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KINGDOM mONERA

Bacteria

Prokaryotic cells

unicellular

E. coli

Spirillum


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Kingdom Protista

  • Eukaryotic cells

  • Most unicellular

  • Protozoa

  • Algae


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Kingdom fungi

  • Eukaryotic cells

  • Most multicellular

  • Absorptive heterotrophs

  • decomposers


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Kingdom Plantae

  • Eukaryotic

  • Photosynthetic

  • multicellular


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Kingdom Animalia

  • Eukaryotic cells

  • Multicellular

  • Ingestive heterotrophs


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phylum Porifera

  • Pore-bearing

  • Sessile

  • sponges


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phylum Cnidaria

  • Stinging cells

  • Jellyfish

  • Hydra

  • coral


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phylum Platyhelminthes

  • Flatworms

  • Tapeworm

  • Fluke


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phylum Aeschelminthes

  • Roundworms


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phylum annelida

  • Segmented worms


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Phylum mollusca

  • Soft-bodies

  • Some have shells


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Phylum echinodermata

  • Spiny skin

  • Radial symmetry


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Phylum arthropoda

  • Jointed legs


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Phylum chordata

  • Most have backbones


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Monotremes

  • Egg-laying mammals

  • Platypus and

    Echidna

    (spiny anteater)


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Marsupials

Pouched mammals


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Placental Mammals

  • Young are nourished by placenta before birth.


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The end

The end


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