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Monday, Jan 12 Outline of Topics. Powers of Ten; Review scale – How small/big size? How short/long time? Why/how biologists classify things Brief survey of kingdoms Prokaryotes & Viruses. evolution. community succession. organismal interactions. molecules. cells. organisms.

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monday jan 12 outline of topics
Monday, Jan 12 Outline of Topics
  • Powers of Ten; Review scale – How small/big size? How short/long time?
  • Why/how biologists classify things
  • Brief survey of kingdoms
  • Prokaryotes & Viruses
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evolution

community succession

organismal interactions

molecules

cells

organisms

ecosystems

cellular interactions

Intersection of Time

and Space

molecular interactions

links
Links
  • Cosmic View http://www.vendian.org/mncharity/cosmicview/
  • A Walk Through Time http://www.globalcommunity.org/wtt/index.shtml
  • Chris Scotese’s Paleomap Project http://www.scotese.com/earth.htm
  • Powers of Tenhttp://www.powersof10.com/#
  • Bio 102 Home Page http://fire.biol.wwu.edu/102/
terminology
Terminology
  • Terminology is not the focus of this course
  • You need to learn some basic terms: those in lab exercises and lecture notes
  • “Taxa”: remember the phyla, (classes), and representative genera I introduce in lecture
  • Do not remember all the bold-faced terms in the text
    • (although it might be nice for you to know them when you read the text – See Starr & Taggart Glossary)
  • Watch the references to chemistry and cells
    • (review chapters on chemistry and cells)
how many species are there
How many species are there?

Thousands of described species per phylum

Data from World Resources Institute

Total = 1,381 thousand

six kingdoms defined
The six “kingdoms”

Bacteria

Archaea

Protista

Plants

Fungi

Animals

Simple diagnostic characters won’t always classify every organism into its proper kingdom

Prokaryotic / eukaryotic

Cell arrangement

Metabolism of carbon (autotrophs or heterotrophs?)

The number of kingdoms is debatable

Six Kingdoms defined

– in Domain Bacteria

– in Domain Archaea

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in Domain Eukarya

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