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Classification Test Review. ~Mrs. Connor. eight classifications levels. D ear K ing P hilip C ame O ver F or G rape S oda. Domain Kingdom Phylum Class Order Family Genus Species. two part classification system. Part One… Part Two…. G enus. s pecies.

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Classification test review

ClassificationTest Review

~Mrs. Connor


Eight classifications levels
eight classifications levels

Dear

King

Philip

Came

Over

For

Grape

Soda

Domain

Kingdom

Phylum

Class

Order

Family

Genus

Species


Two part classification system
two part classification system

Part One…

Part Two…

Genus

species

Written in Greek or Latin


Perch tree frog giant toad monitor lizard baltimore oriole giant panda
perch tree frog giant toad monitor lizard Baltimore oriole giant panda

Dichotomous Key

1 a. Animals with 4 limbs………………………………….…Go to step 2

1b. Animals without limbs……………………………….…Perch

2a. Animals with moist skin………………………………... Go to step 3

2b. Animals with scaly, feathery or hairy skin……….Go to step 4)

3a. Body length not exceeding six centimeters…….Tree Frog

3b. Body length greater than nine centimeters……Giant Toad

4a. Skin feathery or hairy…………………………………….(Go to step 5)

4b. Entire skin is scaly………………………………………….Monitor Lizard)

5a. Much of skin covered by feathers…………………..Baltimore Oriole

5b. Skin mostly hairy……………………………………………Giant Panda


Three domains of living things
Three Domains of Living Things

1. Archaea- primitive; live in extreme environments

2. Eubacteria - more advanced forms of bacteria

canlive everywhere

3. Eukaryota- everything else that is eukaryotic

(has a nucleus!)

(plants and animals, fungi and protists)

Prokaryotic!

no nucleus


Kingdom fungi
Kingdom Fungi

  • What kingdom does bread mold belong in?

Fungi does not have animal characteristics

Fungi does not perform photosynthesis.

Absorbs its nutrients from surroundings


Kingdom protista or fungi
Kingdom Protista or Fungi

Question? Single-celled euykaryotesbelong in which kingdom?


Kingdom protista
Kingdom Protista

A paramecium is a single-celledeukaryote. Which kingdom does it belong in?

Sometimes protista can be multicellular


Kingdom archae or eubacteria
Kingdom Archae or Eubacteria

A prokaryote can live in your digestive system. What kingdom does it belong in?

unicellular


Kingdom plantae
Kingdom Plantae

All members of this kingdom are multicellular producers…


Cladogram

Which animal is the closest relative to a bird?

crocodile

shark

Which animal is most distantly related to a bird?

Which animals have a bony skeleton?

Fish, amphibians, primates, rodents, crocodiles, birds


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