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Classification of Life. Chapter 15 . Classification. Taxonomy - science of classifying living organisms. Aristotle. Greek philosopher Divided life into two parts:. Carolus Linnaeus (1750’s). Binomial Nomenclature – two word system Two names Genus – category containing similar species.

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Classification of life

Classification of Life

Chapter 15


Classification

Classification

  • Taxonomy- science of classifying living organisms


Aristotle

Aristotle

  • Greek philosopher

  • Divided life into two parts:


Carolus linnaeus 1750 s

Carolus Linnaeus (1750’s)

  • Binomial Nomenclature – two word system

    • Two names

    • Genus – category containing similar species.

    • species

    • (scientific name)


Classification of life

ManDogGrasshopper

KingdomAnimaliaAnimaliaAnimalia

PhylumChordataChordataArthropoda

ClassMammaliaMammaliaInsecta

OrderPrimatesCarnivoraOrthoptera

FamilyHominidaeCanidaeLocustidae

GenusHomoCanisSchistocerca

Speciessapiensfamiliarisamericana


Dichotomous keys

Dichotomous Keys

  • Used to identify and name species


Phylogeny

Phylogeny

  • - evolutionary history of a species

  • - anatomy

  • - biochemistry

  • - six kingdoms

  • - geologic time scale

  • - 4 billion years of life


Six kingdoms of life

Six Kingdoms of Life

notes


3 domains of life

3 Domains of Life


Eubacteria

Eubacteria

  • - prokaryotes

  • - no nucleus or organelles

  • - unicellular

  • - often heterotrophs

  • - common bacteria

  • - strong capsule

  • - blue-green algae


Archaebacteria

Archaebacteria


Protist

Protist


Fungus

Fungus


Plants

Plants


Animals

Animals


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