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CIENCIAS DE LA NATURALEZA 1º DE E.S.O. PRIMER TRIMESTRE. FIRST TERM. Chapter 3: Life on Earth. http://www.ancientlifepublishing.com/. 3.4. CLASSIFICATION OF LIVING THINGS. 3.4. CLASSIFICATION OF LIVING THINGS. The Greek Aristotle developed the first classification system.

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Ciencias de la naturaleza 1 de e s o

CIENCIAS DE LA NATURALEZA1º DE E.S.O.

PRIMER TRIMESTRE

FIRST TERM

Chapter 3:

Life on Earth

http://www.ancientlifepublishing.com/


Ciencias de la naturaleza 1 de e s o

3.4. CLASSIFICATION OF LIVING THINGS


Ciencias de la naturaleza 1 de e s o

3.4. CLASSIFICATION OF LIVING THINGS

The Greek Aristotle developed the first classification system.

It was used for nearly 2000 years


Ciencias de la naturaleza 1 de e s o

3.4. CLASSIFICATION OF LIVING THINGS

Other attepms of classifying living things


Ciencias de la naturaleza 1 de e s o

3.4. CLASSIFICATION OF LIVING THINGS

The most important attemps of classifying living things are:

Eukaryotic cells

Prokaryotic cells

In your book, the five-kingdom system is used. We´ll use all of them, except that of Linnaeus, of course.


Ciencias de la naturaleza 1 de e s o

3.4. CLASSIFICATION OF LIVING THINGS

Carolus Linnaeus (1707-1778)

Systema naturae (1735)

The classification systems of both Aristotle and Linnaeus started with the same two groups: Plants and Animals. Linnaeus called these groups kingdoms. But, unlike Aristotle, Linnaeus divided kingdom into five levels: class, order, genus, species, and variety


Ciencias de la naturaleza 1 de e s o

3.4. CLASSIFICATION OF LIVING THINGS

How do scientists classify living things?

TAXA

Sumerize it in your notebook

http://www.oum.ox.ac.uk/thezone/animals/animalid/classify.htm#squirrel


Ciencias de la naturaleza 1 de e s o

3.4. CLASSIFICATION OF LIVING THINGS

How do scientists name living things?

Each species is named by two words: The first indicating the Genus and the second the species to which it belongs


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