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Candy Lab: Taxonomy. Taxonomy is naming, describing, and classifying organisms into different categories on the basis of their appearance and other diagnostic characteristics as well as their evolutionary relationships. . Classify.

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candy lab taxonomy

Candy Lab: Taxonomy

Taxonomy is naming, describing, and classifying organisms into different categories on the basis of their appearance and other diagnostic characteristics as well as their evolutionary relationships. 

classify
Classify
  • Classify your bag into groups with similar characteristics and construct a cladogram explaining each characteristic.
  • EXAMPLE: Hard and Soft candy; Edible and Nonedible
questions
Questions:
  • Why was color not a good distinguishing characteristic?
  • When classifying did you notice the characteristics go from broad to specific or specific to broad. Why?
  • Why is taxonomy important not only with living things but with a grocery store as well?
  • Try to group your classifications into Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, and Species.

EXAMPLE:

Kingdom: (Edible and Non-edible)

Phylum: (Hard candy, Soft candy; Write, non - Write)

Class: (Sticks and non – sticks)

(Broad to Specific)