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Classification. 5.5. 5.5.1: Outline the binomial system of nomenclature. Binomial nomenclature: 2-names Homo sapiens (Genus species) Genus is always capitalized Species is always lower case Name is always italicized or underlined

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5 5 1 outline the binomial system of nomenclature
5.5.1: Outline the binomial system of nomenclature
  • Binomial nomenclature: 2-names
    • Homo sapiens (Genus species)
      • Genus is always capitalized
      • Species is always lower case
      • Name is always italicized or underlined
  • Linnaen system: organize organisms and universal naming system
5 5 2 list seven levels in the hierarchy of taxa

Kingdom

Animalia

Plantae

Phylum

Chordata

Angiospermae

Class

Mammalia

Dicotyledoneae

Order

Primate

Rosales

Family

Hominidae

Papilionaceae

Genus

Homo

Pisum

Species

sapiens

sativum

5.5.2: List seven levels in the hierarchy of taxa
5 5 3 distinguish between the following phyla of plants using simple external recognition
5.5.3: Distinguish between the following phyla of plants, using simple external recognition
  • Bryophyta:
    • Mosses & liverworts, non-vascular, spores
  • Filicinophyta:
    • Ferns & horsetails, vascular, spores
  • Coniferophyta:
    • Conifers, cones, woody stems & leaves, pollination
  • Angiospermophyta:
    • Plants with flowers, fruits, animals to pollinate too
5 5 4 distinguish between the following phyla of animals using simple external recognition
5.5.4: Distinguish between the following phyla of animals, using simple external recognition
  • Porifera: sponges, sessile
  • Cnideria: jellies & corals, hydra or floating, stinging cells
  • Platyhelminthes: flatworms (tapeworms, etc)
  • Annelida: segmented worms, bristles on body
  • Mollusca: snails, clams, octopuses
  • Arthropoda: insects, spiders (exoskeleton)
5 5 5 apply and design a key for a group of up to eight organisms
5.5.5: Apply and design a key for a group of up to eight organisms
  • To be completed with homework and lab assignments
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