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  1. March. 18th 2013 DO-NOW Get out composition book and set up a title page on page 111 for next Unit. Title should be “Variation of Species” Title the next two pages “Glossary.” Variation In Species Glossary

  2. March 18th 2013

  3. March 18th 2013 Vocabulary Glossary Variation (or Variability): differences among traits or characteristics of an organism. 2. Species: a group of organisms that are able to successfully reproduce. Pg .112

  4. March 18th 2013 Biological Diagrams Title the next page (114) after your Glossary in your composition book, “Biological Diagram” In your composition book, draw a diagram of a plant using the instructions on the handout. “Biological Diagram” Do not copy Picture Pg .

  5. March. 19th 2013 DO-NOW Use your biological diagram to make a list of 5 externalstructures of a plant.

  6. March 19th 2013

  7. The Key to Identification Read the article. As you read, you will work with your partner to take two-column notes. Topic Details

  8. Classifying Organisms • (Turn and Talk) Which external structures could you use to classify these organisms into two groups?

  9. Classifying Organisms

  10. March. 20th & 21st 2013 DO-NOW Imagine that you have two species of birds. Explain what external structures you might use to identify whether or not they are the same species.

  11. March 20th & 21st 2013 Today

  12. March 19th 2013 Vocabulary Glossary Variation (or Variability): differences among traits or characteristics of an organism. 2. Species: a group of organisms that are able to successfully reproduce. 3. Dichotomous Key:A tool used in plant or animal identification. It is a series of questions, and each question is a choice between two characteristics. You can find the organism’s identity through the process of eliminating characteristics that it does not have. Pg .

  13. Dichotomous Key Example

  14. Dichotomous Key Sort • Determine which organism is represented by your observation card.

  15. You can follow this diagram too!

  16. Identifying Aliens Using your handout, follow the clues on the front in order to put the correct name of the alien species under it’s picture. I do, we do, you do

  17. Identifying Native Species • Observe your specimen. Follow the dichotomous key to determine what species it is.

  18. March. 22nd 2013 DO-NOW Describe a dichotomous key and what information it tells you.

  19. Today March 22th 2013

  20. Biological Drawing review Create a biological diagram of the on your desk according to the rubric.

  21. QUIZ • Number your paper from 1 to 10 • Use your dichotomous key to determine the scientific name of the Texas beetles shown on the slides that follow.

  22. Quiz: Question 1 Myziainterrupta Delphastuspusillus Olla v-nigrum Neoharmoniavenusta Brachiacanthabarberi

  23. Quiz: Question 2 Myziainterrupta Delphastuspusillus Olla v-nigrum Neoharmoniavenusta Brachiacanthabarberi

  24. Quiz: Question 3 Myziainterrupta Delphastuspusillus Olla v-nigrum Neoharmoniavenusta Brachiacanthabarberi

  25. Quiz: Question 4 Myziainterrupta Delphastuspusillus Olla v-nigrum Neoharmoniavenusta Brachiacanthabarberi

  26. Quiz: Question 5 Myziainterrupta Delphastuspusillus Olla v-nigrum Neoharmoniavenusta Brachiacanthabarberi

  27. Quiz: Question 6 Scientific names often describe the traits of a species. The scientific name of the beetle below is Lucanus elaphus. Elaphus most likely translates to _______. Yellow Deer c. Friendly d. Furry

  28. Quiz: Question 7 The beetles below are most likely part of the same _____, but not the same _______. Species, Genus Kingdom, Genus Genus, Species Genus, Kingdom

  29. Quiz: Question 8 The biological diagram shown is not correct drawn because ____. ANIMAL CELL ANATOMY Ribosome Mitochondria the words are not horizontal b. The lines are not straight c. The title is all capital letters Cell Membrane Cytoplasm Nucleus

  30. Quiz: Question 9 _______________ is the two-word system of naming organisms to create a scientific name. • genus species • b. dichotomous keys • c. binomial nomenclature • d. scientific name

  31. Quiz: Question 10 The Western Diamondback rattlesnake’s scientific name is crotalus atrox. Crotalus is the snake’s ___________, and atrox is the snake’s______________. • species, genus • b. name, location • c. genus, species • d. kingdom, species

  32. Quiz: Dichotomous Keys Myzia interrupta Delphastus pusillus Brachiacantha barberi Neoharmonia venusta Olla v-nigrum