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Classification

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  1. Classification TAXONOMY

  2. Carolus von Linneausmid-1700’s • Determined levels of classification • Binomial Nomenclature

  3. Levels of Classification: • Kingdom – largest group • Phylum • Class • Order • Family • Genus • Species – smallest group

  4. Classification of the house cat • Kingdom– Animalia • Phylum – Chordata • Class – Mammalia • Order – Carnivora • Family – Felidae • Genus – Felis • Species - Sylvestris

  5. Classification of Humans • Kingdom – Animalia • Phylum – Chordata • Class – Mammalia • Order – Primate • Family - Hominidae • Genus - Homo • Species – sapiens BIOLOGICAL NAME = Homo sapeins

  6. KINGDOM mONERA Bacteria Prokaryotic cells unicellular E. coli Spirillum

  7. Kingdom Protista • Eukaryotic cells • Most unicellular • Protozoa • Algae

  8. Kingdom fungi • Eukaryotic cells • Most multicellular • Absorptive heterotrophs • decomposers

  9. Kingdom Plantae • Eukaryotic • Photosynthetic • multicellular

  10. Kingdom Animalia • Eukaryotic cells • Multicellular • Ingestive heterotrophs

  11. phylum Porifera • Pore-bearing • Sessile • sponges

  12. phylum Cnidaria • Stinging cells • Jellyfish • Hydra • coral

  13. phylum Platyhelminthes • Flatworms • Tapeworm • Fluke

  14. phylum Aeschelminthes • Roundworms

  15. phylum annelida • Segmented worms

  16. Phylum mollusca • Soft-bodies • Some have shells

  17. Phylum echinodermata • Spiny skin • Radial symmetry

  18. Phylum arthropoda • Jointed legs

  19. Phylum chordata • Most have backbones

  20. Monotremes • Egg-laying mammals • Platypus and Echidna (spiny anteater)

  21. Marsupials Pouched mammals

  22. Placental Mammals • Young are nourished by placenta before birth.

  23. The end The end