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  1. Powerpoint Presentation THE DIVERSITY OF LIFE By: Jessica Bender, 10A Sylvia Rauch, 10C

  2. The Classification System and Kingdom Animalia

  3. Linnaeus invented classification system a Swedish naturalist a century before Darwin classified all living things in 1735 his system of classification used today

  4. The classification system Kingdoms Phyla Classes Orders Families Genera Species

  5. Two Latin names living organism: first name : genus capital letter second name : species small letter Printed in italics Should be underlined

  6. Kingdom Animalia no photosynthesis no chlorophyll no cell walls eat other organisms move to find food

  7. Kingdom Animalia :many Phyla For example: Phylum Annelida Phylum Cnidaria Phylum Mollusca Phylum Athropoda Phylum Chordata

  8. Phylum Annelida Characteristics: Worms Segmented body Live in water, moist soil No legs Bristles Example: Earthworm ( Lumbricus terrestris)

  9. Phylum Cnidaria Characteristics: Jellyfish, sea anemones In water Body dry out Tentacles One opening Wall two layers Example: Hydra viridis

  10. Phylum Mollusca Characteristics: Animals, unsegmented bodies Have a shell Octopuses , no shell Example: Garden snail ( Helix aspersa)

  11. Phylum Arthropoda Characteristics: Animals, several pairs of jointed legs No backbone Waterproof exoskeleton Example: Edible crab ( Cancer pagurus)

  12. Class Crustacea belongs to Phylum Arthropoda Characteristics: Crabs, lobsters, woodlice More than four pairs of jointed legs Gills Two pairs of antennae Example: Spiny lobster ( Palinurus vulgaris)

  13. Class Arachnida belongs to Phylum Arthropoda Characteristics: Spiders, ticks, scorpions Four pairs of jointed legs Gills, book lungs Example: Spider ( Araneus diadematus)

  14. Class Insecta belongs to Phylum Arthropoda Characteristics: Three pairs of jointed legs Two pairs of wings Tracheae Dry places Protect from drying out Example: Desert locust ( Locusta migratoria)

  15. Class Chilopoda belongs to Phylum Arthropoda Characteristics: Centipedes Segments, pair of appendages Fast- moving carnivores Example: Centipede ( Lithobius forficatus)

  16. Phylum Chordata Characteristics: Supporting rod Backbone Vertebrates Example: Fish, Snake, Bird , Dog, Human

  17. Class Pisces belongs to Phylum Chordata Characteristics: Fishes In water Gills, fins Scaly skin Example: Herring ( Clupea harengus)

  18. Class Amphibia belongs to Phylum Chordata Characteristics: Adult, on land Larvae, in water Adult, lungs, larvae, gills Scale-less skin Example: Frog ( Rana temporaria )

  19. Class Reptilia belongs to Phylum Chordata Characteristics: Scaly skin Eggs with shells Waterproof shell Breed on land Example: Grass snake ( Natrix natrix)

  20. Class Aves belongs to Phylum Chordata Characteristics: Birds Eggs with waterproof shell Feathers Wings Beak Homeothermic Example: Robin ( Erithacus rubecula)

  21. Class Mammalia belongs to Phylum Chordata Characteristics: Humans Vertebrates with hair Placenta Young fed on milk Homeothermic Teeth Heart Diaphragm Example: Cat ( Felis catus)