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This is Part I/VIof an educational unit about Taxonomy and Classification for students in grades 5-8 which can be downloaded at http://sciencepowerpoint.com/index.html
Teaching Duration = 5+ weeks

The Taxonomy and Classification Unit includes a six part interactive and engaging Powerpoint Presentation of 2076+ slides with built in class notes (Red Slides), lab activities, project ideas, discussion questions, assessments (Quiz Wiz), challenge questions with answers, videos, and much more. Text is in large print (32 font) and is placed at the top of each slide so it can seen and read from all angles of a classroom. A shade technique and color coded text helps to increase student focus and allows the teacher to control the pace of the lesson. The entire unit except for the videos can be edited to fit any curriculum or time requirement. Also included is a 17 page assessment that chronologically goes with the slideshow for nightly homework, as well as an 14 page modified assessment. 19 pages of class notes with images are also included for students who require modifications, as well as answer keys to both of the assessments for support professionals, teachers, and homeschool parents. 17 video shorts (FLV files) are provided and a slide within the slideshow cues teacher / parent when the videos are most relevant to play. Video shorts usually range from 2-7 minutes and are included in organized folders. Two Powerpoint review games are included (125+ slides each). Answers to the Powerpoint review games are provided in Powerpoint form so students can self-assess. Lastly, several class games such as guess the hidden picture beneath the boxes, and the find the hidden owl somewhere within the slideshow are provided. Difficulty rating 8/10.

Areas of Focus: Areas of Focus within The Taxonomy and Classification Unit: Taxonomy, Classification, Need for Taxonomy vs. Common Names, What is a Species?, Dichotomous Keys, What does Classification Use?, The Domains of Life, Kingdoms of Life,The 8Taxonomic Ranks, Humans Taxonomic Classification, Kingdom Monera, Prokaryotic Cells, Types of Eubacteria, Bacteria Classification, Gram Staining,Bacterial Food Borne Illnesses, Penicillin and Antiseptic, Oral Hygiene and Plaque, Bacterial Reproduction (Binary Fission), AsexualReproduction, Positives and Negatives of Bacteria, Protista, Plant-like Protists, Animal-like Protists, Fungi-like Protists, Animalia, Characteristics of Animalia, Animal Symmetry, Phylums of Animalia (Extensive), Classes of Chordata, Mammals, Subclasses of Mammals, Characteristics of Mammals, Fungi, Positives and Negatives of Fungi, Divisions of Fungi (Extensive), Parts of a Mushroom, 3 Roles of Fungi, Fungi Reproduction, Mold Prevention, Plant Divisions, Plantae (not in detail –Found on The Plant Unit).

Thank you for watching this video. Please look for the rest of this unit on neighboring videos. Please visit http://sciencepowerpoint.com/index.html to see the other 18 units in Life, Earth, and Physical Science for students in grades 5-10.

Taxonomy and Classification Unit Part I
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QjNYOqJMLMw

Taxonomy and Classification Unit Part II
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Njb5FpbJ3t4

Taxonomy and Classification Unit Part III
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sreTX3DqP8s


Taxonomy and Classification Unit Part IV
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nATdTp50CxU

Taxononmy and Classification Unit Part V
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RvYrHJacb7o

Taxonomy and Classification Final Challenge
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iGKo73Qhsr4

Taxonomy and Classification Review Game I
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qvte4fvp4_o

Taxonomy and Classification Review Game II
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3q8-_MsJYV0
This is Part I/VIof an educational unit about Taxonomy and Classification for students in grades 5-8 which can be downloaded at http://sciencepowerpoint.com/index.html
Teaching Duration = 5+ weeks

The Taxonomy and Classification Unit includes a six part interactive and engaging Powerpoint Presentation of 2076+ slides with built in class notes (Red Slides), lab activities, project ideas, discussion questions, assessments (Quiz Wiz), challenge questions with answers, videos, and much more. Text is in large print (32 font) and is placed at the top of each slide so it can seen and read from all angles of a classroom. A shade technique and color coded text helps to increase student focus and allows the teacher to control the pace of the lesson. The entire unit except for the videos can be edited to fit any curriculum or time requirement. Also included is a 17 page assessment that chronologically goes with the slideshow for nightly homework, as well as an 14 page modified assessment. 19 pages of class notes with images are also included for students who require modifications, as well as answer keys to both of the assessments for support professionals, teachers, and homeschool parents. 17 video shorts (FLV files) are provided and a slide within the slideshow cues teacher / parent when the videos are most relevant to play. Video shorts usually range from 2-7 minutes and are included in organized folders. Two Powerpoint review games are included (125+ slides each). Answers to the Powerpoint review games are provided in Powerpoint form so students can self-assess. Lastly, several class games such as guess the hidden picture beneath the boxes, and the find the hidden owl somewhere within the slideshow are provided. Difficulty rating 8/10.

Areas of Focus: Areas of Focus within The Taxonomy and Classification Unit: Taxonomy, Classification, Need for Taxonomy vs. Common Names, What is a Species?, Dichotomous Keys, What does Classification Use?, The Domains of Life, Kingdoms of Life,The 8Taxonomic Ranks, Humans Taxonomic Classification, Kingdom Monera, Prokaryotic Cells, Types of Eubacteria, Bacteria Classification, Gram Staining,Bacterial Food Borne Illnesses, Penicillin and Antiseptic, Oral Hygiene and Plaque, Bacterial Reproduction (Binary Fission), AsexualReproduction, Positives and Negatives of Bacteria, Protista, Plant-like Protists, Animal-like Protists, Fungi-like Protists, Animalia, Characteristics of Animalia, Animal Symmetry, Phylums of Animalia (Extensive), Classes of Chordata, Mammals, Subclasses of Mammals, Characteristics of Mammals, Fungi, Positives and Negatives of Fungi, Divisions of Fungi (Extensive), Parts of a Mushroom, 3 Roles of Fungi, Fungi Reproduction, Mold Prevention, Plant Divisions, Plantae (not in detail –Found on The Plant Unit).

Thank you for watching this video. Please look for the rest of this unit on neighboring videos. Please visit http://sciencepowerpoint.com/index.html to see the other 18 units in Life, Earth, and Physical Science for students in grades 5-10.

Taxonomy and Classification Unit Part I
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QjNYOqJMLMw

Taxonomy and Classification Unit Part II
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Njb5FpbJ3t4

Taxonomy and Classification Unit Part III
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sreTX3DqP8s


Taxonomy and Classification Unit Part IV
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nATdTp50CxU

Taxononmy and Classification Unit Part V
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RvYrHJacb7o

Taxonomy and Classification Final Challenge
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iGKo73Qhsr4

Taxonomy and Classification Review Game I
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qvte4fvp4_o

Taxonomy and Classification Review Game II
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3q8-_MsJYV0

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Taxonomy and Classification Unit Part I/VI

Start Part I / VI of an educational unit about Taxonomy and Classification for students in grades 7-10 Part I: Taxonomy and Classification Part II: Kingdom Monera Part III: Kingdoms Protista and Animalia Part IV: Animalia and Mammals Part V: Kingdom Fungi an Plantae Part VI: Final Recitation Download the Powerpoint version of this video, unit notes, assessments, lab handouts, review games, videos, and much more at www.sciencepowerpoint.com

‡ RED SLIDE: These are notes that are very important and should be recorded in your science journal.

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‡ RED SLIDE: These are notes that are very important and should be recorded in your science journal. ‡ BLACK SLIDE: Pay attention, follow directions, complete projects as described and answer required questions neatly.

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‡ RED SLIDE: These are notes that are very important and should be recorded in your science journal. ‡ BLACK SLIDE: Pay attention, follow directions, complete projects as described and answer required questions neatly.

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‡ Keep an eye out for ³The-Owl´ and raise your hand as soon as you see him.
± He will be hiding somewhere in the slideshow

³Hoot, Hoot´ ³Good Luck!´

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Taxonomy and Classification Unit

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‡ Let¶s go around the room and share where we live.

‡ Let¶s now break it down from large to small or from broad to specific.
±±±±±±±±- 

This unit belongs to Ryan P. Murphy Copyright 2010

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‡ You live, from broad to specific«
± ± ± ± ± ± ± ± ± ± The Cosmos The Milkyway Galaxy The Sol System (solar system) Planet Earth North American Continent United States New Hampshire Merrimack County Andover Address
‡ Number on road ‡ Apartment at this number.
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‡ You live, from broad to specific«
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‡ Number on road ‡ Apartment at this number.
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‡ You live, from broad to specific«
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‡ Number on road ‡ Apartment at this number.
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‡ You live, from broad to specific«
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‡ Number on road ‡ Apartment at this number.
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‡ You live, from broad to specific«
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‡ Number on road ‡ Apartment at this number.
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‡ You live, from broad to specific«
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‡ Number on road ‡ Apartment at this number.
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‡ You live, from broad to specific«
± ± ± ± ± ± ± ± ± ± The Cosmos The Milkyway Galaxy The Sol System (solar system) Planet Earth North American Continent United States New Hampshire Merrimack County Andover Address
‡ Number on road ‡ Apartment at this number.
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‡ You live, from broad to specific«
± ± ± ± ± ± ± ± ± ± The Cosmos The Milkyway Galaxy The Sol System (solar system) Planet Earth North American Continent United States Our State Merrimack County Andover Address
‡ Number on road ‡ Apartment at this number.
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‡ You live, from broad to specific«
± ± ± ± ± ± ± ± ± ± The Cosmos The Milkyway Galaxy The Sol System (solar system) Planet Earth North American Continent United States Our State Our County Our Town Address
‡ Number on road ‡ Apartment at this number.
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‡ You live, from broad to specific«
± ± ± ± ± ± ± ± ± ± The Cosmos The Milkyway Galaxy The Sol System (solar system) Planet Earth North American Continent United States Our State Our County Our Town Address
‡ Number on road ‡ Apartment at this number.
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‡ You live, from broad to specific«
± ± ± ± ± ± ± ± ± ± The Cosmos The Milkyway Galaxy The Sol System (solar system) Planet Earth North American Continent United States Our State Our County Our Town Address
‡ Number on road ‡ Apartment at this number.
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‡ You live, from broad to specific«
± ± ± ± ± ± ± ± ± ± The Cosmos The Milkyway Galaxy The Sol System (solar system) Planet Earth North American Continent United States Our State Our County Our Town Address
‡ Number on road ‡ Apartment at this number.
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‡ You live, from broad to specific«
± ± ± ± ± ± ± ± ± ± The Cosmos The Milkyway Galaxy The Sol System (solar system) Planet Earth North American Continent United States Our State Our County Our Town Address
‡ Number on road ‡ Apartment at this number.
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‡ Please classify the organization of your grade at school. Include how the school organizes you, and how you organize yourselves. (work in table groups)
(Must be respectful of others!)

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‡ You are classified by«

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‡ You are classified by«
± U.S Citizens

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‡ You are classified by«
± U.S Citizens ± State Residents

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‡ You are classified by«
± U.S Citizens ± State Residents ± County Residents

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‡ You are classified by«
± U.S Citizens ± State Residents ± County Residents ± Town Residents

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‡ You are classified by«
± U.S Citizens ± State Residents ± County Residents ± Town Residents ± By Age

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‡ You are classified by«
± U.S Citizens ± State Residents ± County Residents ± Town Residents ± By Age ± By homeroom

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‡ You are classified by«
± U.S Citizens ± State Residents ± County Residents ± Town Residents ± By Age ± By homeroom
‡ Gender

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‡ You are classified by«
± U.S Citizens ± State Residents ± County Residents ± Town Residents ± By Age ± By homeroom
‡ Gender

± By peer groups
‡ Umm

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‡ You are classified by«
± U.S Citizens ± State Residents ± County Residents ± Town Residents ± By Age ± By homeroom
‡ Gender

± By peer groups
‡ Umm

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‡ Activity! Nuts and Bolts Classification.
± Please arrange the bolts into groups that have similar characteristics (a few groups).

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‡ Activity! Nuts and Bolts Classification.
± Please arrange the bolts into groups that have similar characteristics (a few groups) ± Describe the physical features of each group, why are they placed where they are?

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‡ Activity! Pile of Sneakers.
± Take off one of your sneakers / footwear and place it in a pile in the middle of the classroom.

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‡ Activity! Pile of Sneakers.
± Take off one of your sneakers / footwear and place it in a pile in the middle of the classroom. ± Classify the types of footwear into different groups based on their similarities and differences.

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‡ Activity! Pile of Sneakers.
± Take off one of your sneakers / footwear and place it in a pile in the middle of the classroom. ± Classify the types of footwear into different groups based on their similarities and differences.

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Has anyone seen my shoes? I left them somewhere. 

Taxonomy:

The science of classification.

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‡ Modern taxonomic classification, based on the natural concepts and system of the Swedish botanist Carolus Linnaeus.

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‡ Modern taxonomic classification, based on the natural concepts and system of the Swedish botanist Carolus Linnaeus.

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‡ Modern taxonomic classification, based on the natural concepts and system of the Swedish botanist Carolus Linnaeus.

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Classification 
Taxonomy

is a very broad term which simply means putting things into groups.
means giving names to things.

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Classification 
Taxonomy

is a very broad term which simply means putting things into groups.
means giving names to things.

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‡ How well do you know some common wildlife by their taxonomic names?
Danaus plexippus Micropterus salmoides Bos taurus Marmota monax Notophthalmus viridescens Meleagris gallopavo Cyanocitta cristata Rana Catesbiana Odocoileus virginianus

Groundhog White Tailed Deer Largemouth Bass Domestic cow Blue Jay Turkey Newt Bull Frog Monarch Butterfly
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‡ How well do you know some common wildlife by their taxonomic names?
Danaus plexippus Micropterus salmoides Bos taurus Marmota monax Notophthalmus viridescens Meleagris gallopavo Cyanocitta cristata Rana Catesbiana Odocoileus virginianus

Groundhog White Tailed Deer Largemouth Bass Domestic cow Blue Jay Turkey Newt Bull Frog Monarch Butterfly
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‡ How well do you know some common wildlife by their taxonomic names?
Danaus plexippus Micropterus salmoides Bos taurus Marmota monax Notophthalmus viridescens Meleagris gallopavo Cyanocitta cristata Rana Catesbiana Odocoileus virginianus

Groundhog White Tailed Deer Largemouth Bass Domestic cow Blue Jay Turkey Newt Bull Frog Monarch Butterfly
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‡ How well do you know some common wildlife by their taxonomic names?
Danaus plexippus Micropterus salmoides Bos taurus Marmota monax Notophthalmus viridescens Meleagris gallopavo Cyanocitta cristata Rana Catesbiana Odocoileus virginianus

Groundhog White Tailed Deer Largemouth Bass Domestic cow Blue Jay Turkey Newt Bull Frog Monarch Butterfly
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‡ How well do you know some common wildlife by their taxonomic names?
Danaus plexippus Micropterus salmoides Bos taurus Marmota monax Notophthalmus viridescens Meleagris gallopavo Cyanocitta cristata Rana Catesbiana Odocoileus virginianus

Groundhog White Tailed Deer Largemouth Bass Domestic cow Blue Jay Turkey Newt Bull Frog Monarch Butterfly
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‡ How well do you know some common wildlife by their taxonomic names?
Danaus plexippus Micropterus salmoides Bos taurus Marmota monax Notophthalmus viridescens Meleagris gallopavo Cyanocitta cristata Rana Catesbiana Odocoileus virginianus

Groundhog White Tailed Deer Largemouth Bass Domestic cow Blue Jay Turkey Newt Bull Frog Monarch Butterfly
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‡ How well do you know some common wildlife by their taxonomic names?
Danaus plexippus Micropterus salmoides Bos taurus Marmota monax Notophthalmus viridescens Meleagris gallopavo Cyanocitta cristata Rana Catesbiana Odocoileus virginianus

Groundhog White Tailed Deer Largemouth Bass Domestic cow Blue Jay Turkey Newt Bull Frog Monarch Butterfly
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‡ How well do you know some common New Hampshire wildlife by their taxonomic names?
Danaus plexippus Micropterus salmoides Bos taurus Marmota monax Notophthalmus viridescens Meleagris gallopavo Cyanocitta cristata Rana Catesbiana Odocoileus virginianus

Groundhog White Tailed Deer Largemouth Bass Domestic cow Blue Jay Turkey Newt Bull Frog Monarch Butterfly
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‡ How well do you know some common wildlife by their taxonomic names?
Danaus plexippus Micropterus salmoides Bos taurus Marmota monax Notophthalmus viridescens Meleagris gallopavo Cyanocitta cristata Rana Catesbiana Odocoileus virginianus

Groundhog White Tailed Deer Largemouth Bass Domestic cow Blue Jay Turkey Newt Bull Frog Monarch Butterfly
Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

‡ How well do you know some common wildlife by their taxonomic names?
Danaus plexippus Micropterus salmoides Bos taurus Marmota monax Notophthalmus viridescens Meleagris gallopavo Cyanocitta cristata Rana Catesbiana Odocoileus virginianus

Groundhog White Tailed Deer Largemouth Bass Domestic cow Blue Jay Turkey Newt Bull Frog Monarch Butterfly
Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

‡ How well do you know some common wildlife by their taxonomic names?
Danaus plexippus Micropterus salmoides Bos taurus Marmota monax Notophthalmus viridescens Meleagris gallopavo Cyanocitta cristata Rana Catesbiana Odocoileus virginianus

Groundhog White Tailed Deer Largemouth Bass Domestic cow Blue Jay Turkey Newt Bull Frog Monarch Butterfly
Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

‡ How well do you know some common wildlife by their taxonomic names?
Danaus plexippus Micropterus salmoides Bos taurus Marmota monax Notophthalmus viridescens Meleagris gallopavo Cyanocitta cristata Rana Catesbiana Odocoileus virginianus

Groundhog White Tailed Deer Largemouth Bass Domestic cow Blue Jay Turkey Newt Bull Frog Monarch Butterfly
Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

‡ How well do you know some common wildlife by their taxonomic names?
Danaus plexippus Micropterus salmoides Bos taurus Marmota monax Notophthalmus viridescens Meleagris gallopavo Cyanocitta cristata Rana Catesbiana Odocoileus virginianus

Groundhog White Tailed Deer Largemouth Bass Domestic cow Blue Jay Turkey Newt Bull Frog Monarch Butterfly
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‡ How well do you know some common New Hampshire wildlife by their taxonomic names?
Danaus plexippus Micropterus salmoides Bos taurus Marmota monax Notophthalmus viridescens Meleagris gallopavo Cyanocitta cristata Rana Catesbiana Odocoileus virginianus

Groundhog White Tailed Deer Largemouth Bass Domestic cow Blue Jay Turkey Newt Bull Frog Monarch Butterfly
Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

‡ How well do you know some common wildlife by their taxonomic names?
Danaus plexippus Micropterus salmoides Bos taurus Marmota monax Notophthalmus viridescens Meleagris gallopavo Cyanocitta cristata Rana Catesbiana Odocoileus virginianus

Groundhog White Tailed Deer Largemouth Bass Domestic cow Blue Jay Turkey Newt Bull Frog Monarch Butterfly
Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

‡ How well do you know some common wildlife by their taxonomic names?
Danaus plexippus Micropterus salmoides Bos taurus Marmota monax Notophthalmus viridescens Meleagris gallopavo Cyanocitta cristata Rana Catesbiana Odocoileus virginianus

Groundhog White Tailed Deer Largemouth Bass Domestic cow Blue Jay Turkey Newt Bull Frog Monarch Butterfly
Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

‡ How well do you know some common wildlife by their taxonomic names?
Danaus plexippus Micropterus salmoides Bos taurus Marmota monax Notophthalmus viridescens Meleagris gallopavo Cyanocitta cristata Rana Catesbiana Odocoileus virginianus

Groundhog White Tailed Deer Largemouth Bass Domestic cow Blue Jay Turkey Newt Bull Frog Monarch Butterfly
Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

‡ How well do you know some common wildlife by their taxonomic names?
Danaus plexippus Micropterus salmoides Bos taurus Marmota monax Notophthalmus viridescens Meleagris gallopavo Cyanocitta cristata Rana Catesbiana Odocoileus virginianus

Groundhog White Tailed Deer Largemouth Bass Domestic cow Blue Jay Turkey Newt Bull Frog Monarch Butterfly
Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

‡ How well do you know some common wildlife by their taxonomic names?
Danaus plexippus Micropterus salmoides Bos taurus Marmota monax Notophthalmus viridescens Meleagris gallopavo Cyanocitta cristata Rana Catesbiana Odocoileus virginianus

Groundhog White Tailed Deer Largemouth Bass Domestic cow Blue Jay Turkey Newt Bull Frog Monarch Butterfly
Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

‡ How well do you know some common wildlife by their taxonomic names?
Danaus plexippus Micropterus salmoides Bos taurus Marmota monax Notophthalmus viridescens Meleagris gallopavo Cyanocitta cristata Rana Catesbiana Odocoileus virginianus

Groundhog White Tailed Deer Largemouth Bass Domestic cow Blue Jay Turkey Newt Bull Frog Monarch Butterfly
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‡ Common names ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ Monarch Butterfly Largemouth Bass Domestic cow Groundhog Newt Turkey Blue Jay Bull Frog White Tailed Deer -

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Science names

Danaus plexippus Micropterus salmoides Bos taurus Marmota monax Notophthalmus viridescens Meleagris gallopavo Cyanocitta cristata Rana Catesbiana Odocoileus virginianus

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‡ Class Poll, Which naming system do you prefer, common names or scientific names? Common Names Science Names

‡ Should we use the science system or the common system?

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‡ What animal is this?

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‡ Answer ± Black bear (Ursus Americanus)

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‡ What animal is this?

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‡ Answer ± Brown Bear (Ursus arctos)

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‡ What animal is this?

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‡ Answer ± I¶m not quite sure but I would guess White Bear.

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‡ Answer ± I¶m not quite sure but I would guess White Bear.
± Aren¶t we using colors to identify?

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‡ Having simple descriptive names for a species doesn¶t work.

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‡ Having simple descriptive names for a species doesn¶t work. I see five black colored bears,

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‡ Having simple descriptive names for a species doesn¶t work. I see five black colored bears, and three brown colored bears.

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‡ Having simple descriptive names for a species doesn¶t work. I see four black colored bears, and three brown colored bears. One white bear,

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‡ Having simple descriptive names for a species doesn¶t work. I see four black colored bears, and three brown colored bears. One white bear, and one black and white bear,

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‡ Having simple descriptive names for a species doesn¶t work. I see four black colored bears, and three brown colored bears. One white bear, and one black and white bear, and a few brown and black bears I guess. Did I count them black?

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‡ What animal is this?

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‡ Answer ± Koala Marsupial (Phascolarctos cinereus)

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‡ Answer ± Koala Marsupial (Phascolarctos cinereus) It is not a bear.

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‡ What are the following animals?

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‡ If you guessed bears you are half right?

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‡ American Black Bear, Brown Bear, Polar Bear, Giant Panda, Asiatic Black Bear, Sloth Bear, Spectacled Bear and the Sun Bear.

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‡ These are the birds that border forests near grasslands in the central United States.

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‡ Which bird do you think is the Red Breasted Black Bird?.

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‡ Answer!

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‡ Which bird is the Brown Bird?

‡ Answer! Umm

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‡ How can you use simple descriptive features to name single celled organisms like this ciliate?

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‡ How can you use simple descriptive features to name single celled organisms like this ciliate?
± There are millions of different singled celled species.

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‡ What animal is this?

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‡ Answer ± House Cat (Felis domesticus)

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‡ What animal is this?

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‡ Cat + Fish = ?

+

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‡ Answer ± Catfish (Ictiobus bubalus)
Question ± How is this fish like a cat?

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‡ Answer ± Catfish (Ictiobus bubalus)
Question ± How is this fish like a cat?

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‡ Star + fish = ?

+

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‡ Why is this a star? Are stars shaped like this?

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‡ Answer ± Star fish (Asterias Forbesii)

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‡ Answer ± Star fish (Asterias Forbesii)
Question - How is a starfish like a fish, or a star?

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‡ Horse + fish = ?

+

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‡ Answer ± Seahorse (Hippocampus abdominalis)
Question ± How is this fish like a horse?

‡ Answer ± Seahorse (Hippocampus abdominalis)
Question ± How is this fish like a horse?

‡ This is a pipefish. It also has a snout like a horse.
± But I guess the front is more like a pipe. It¶s not a pipe however, as it does not function the same a pipe.

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‡ This is a pipefish. It also has a snout like a horse.
± But I guess the front is more like a pipe. It¶s not a pipe however, as it does not function the same a pipe.

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‡ This is a pipe fish, smoking a pipe, swimming over some pipes.

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‡ This is the Angelfish?

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‡ This is the Angelfish?
± Do other countries with varied religions all understand angels?

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‡ I¶m a marine biologist from Africa, but I have never been to a circus, will I understand clownfish?

‡ What are these?

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‡ What are these?

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‡ What will happen when I type cat tails on the internet? Which will I get?

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‡ What animal is this?

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‡ Answer ± Mountain Lion

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‡ What animal is this?

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‡ Answer ± Puma

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‡ What animal is this?

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‡ Answer ± Catamount.

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‡ What animal is this?

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‡ Answer ± Cougar

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‡ What animal is this?

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‡ Answer ± Panther

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‡ What animal is this?

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‡ Answer ± Silberlöwe (German)

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‡ What animal is this?

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‡ Answer ±

(Russian)

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‡ What animal are all of these?

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‡ Are you ready for the very confusing science name?

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‡ Answer ± Felis concolor

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‡ Science classification uses characteristics to name species.

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‡ Science classification uses characteristics to name species. All cats are Felis.

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‡ Science classification uses characteristics to name species. All cats are Felis.
Felis concolor

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‡ Science classification uses characteristics to name species. All cats are Felis.
Felis concolor Felis Catus domesticus

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‡ The science name becomes the universal name for the whole world to study and understand.

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‡ There are about two million known species of living organisms

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‡ Estimates range the number of species on this planet between 10-100 million.

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‡ Estimates range the number of species on this planet between 10-100 million.
± Imagine 100 million common names based on«?

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‡ Estimates range the number of species on Hoot Hoot Did this planet between 10-100 million. anybody see me?
± Imagine 100 million common names based on«?

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‡ Estimates range the number of species on this planet between 10-100 million.
± Imagine 100 million common names based on«?

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‡ Class Poll, Which naming system do you prefer, common names or scientific names? Common Names Science Names

‡ Should we use the science system or the common system?

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A

species is

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A group of organisms with similar characteristics.

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Produce fertile offspring.

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Produce fertile offspring.

Even though I fathered dragon donkeys, they most likely are not fertile.

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‡ A mule is the offspring of a male donkey and a female horse. A mule is almost always sterile.
± Donkey Equus assinus has 62 chromosomes ± Horse Equus caballus 64 chromosomes
‡ Doesn¶t make an embryo well.

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‡ A mule is the offspring of a male donkey and a female horse. A mule is almost always sterile.
± Donkey Equus assinus has 62 chromosomes. ± Horse Equus caballus 64 chromosomes
‡ Doesn¶t make an embryo well.

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‡ A mule is the offspring of a male donkey and a female horse. A mule is almost always sterile.
± Donkey Equus assinus has 62 chromosomes. ± Horse Equus caballus 64 chromosomes
‡ Doesn¶t make an embryo well.

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‡ A mule is not a species but a hybrid between a horse and a donkey.

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‡ A mule is not a species but a hybrid between a horse and a donkey.
‡ The correct scientific classification is Hybrid (Equus caballus x Equus assinus).

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‡ What is Tigon?

Pretend I m a female lion.

‡ Tigon: Offspring of a male tiger Panthera tigris and a female lion Panthera leo .

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‡ What is a Liger?

Pretend I m a female Tiger.

‡ Liger: Offspring of a male lion Panthera leo and a female tiger Panthera tigris.

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‡ It doesn¶t work like this

‡ It doesn¶t work like this

‡ Or this«

‡ Or this thankfully. 

Similar

DNA.

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Phylogeny

-The history of a species as they change through time. Who came from whom?

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‡ Phylogenetic tree: A tree like chart showing the evolutionary relationships among various biological species .

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Dichotomous key: A tool that allows the user to determine the identity of items in the natural world. 

-

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‡ Please use the key to answer the questions below.
± I have no feathers but legs?___________ ± I have feathers but don¶t swim?________ ± I have no feathers or legs?______ ± I have feathers and swim?____________

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‡ Please use the key to answer the questions below.
± I have no feathers but legs? Lizard ± I have feathers but don¶t swim?________ ± I have no feathers or legs?______ ± I have feathers and swim?____________

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‡ Please use the key to answer the questions below.
± I have no feathers but legs? Lizard ± I have feathers but don¶t swim?________ ± I have no feathers or legs?______ ± I have feathers and swim?____________

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‡ Please use the key to answer the questions below.
± I have no feathers but legs? Lizard ± I have feathers but don¶t swim? Hen ± I have no feathers or legs?______ ± I have feathers and swim?____________

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‡ Please use the key to answer the questions below.
± I have no feathers but legs? Lizard ± I have feathers but don¶t swim? Hen ± I have no feathers or legs?______ ± I have feathers and swim?____________

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‡ Please use the key to answer the questions below.
± I have no feathers but legs? Lizard ± I have feathers but don¶t swim? Hen ± I have no feathers or legs? Snake ± I have feathers and swim?____________

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‡ Please use the key to answer the questions below.
± I have no feathers but legs? Lizard ± I have feathers but don¶t swim? Hen ± I have no feathers or legs? Snake ± I have feathers and swim?____________

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‡ Please use the key to answer the questions below.
± I have no feathers but legs? Lizard ± I have feathers but don¶t swim? Hen ± I have no feathers or legs? Snake ± I have feathers and swim? Duck

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Based on characteristics and uses process of comparison and elimination.

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‡ Which shark fin fits the following description?
± Tail not separated into a top and bottom fin. End of tail is blunt instead of pointy?

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‡ Answer! Which shark fin fits the following description?
± Tail not separated into a top and bottom fin. End of tail is blunt instead of pointy?

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‡ Which two shark fins fit the following description?
± Upper part of tail extends far beyond the bottom. Tip of top tail fin curved.

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‡ Answer! Which two shark fins fit the following description?
± Upper part of tail extends far beyond the bottom. Tip of top tail fin curved.

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‡ Which two shark fins fit the following description?
± Trunk before tail fin has small fin.

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‡ Which two shark fins fit the following description?
± Trunk before tail fin has small fin.

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‡ Use constant characteristics rather than ones that disappear or vary with the season or other environmental factor.

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‡ Use constant characteristics rather than ones that disappear or vary with the season or other environmental factor.

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‡ Use constant characteristics rather than ones that disappear or vary with the season or other environmental factor.

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‡ Use characteristics which can be directly observed.

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‡ Use characteristics which can be directly observed.

Yellow Orange color on head, and they love each other.

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‡ Use characteristics which can be directly observed.

Yellow Orange color on head, and they love each other.

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‡ Use characteristics which can be directly observed.

Yellow Orange color on head, and they form mating pairs.

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‡ What is a big insect to you?

‡ What is a big insect to you?

‡ What is a big insect to you?

‡ Use quantitative (numbered) measurements with an amount or dimension rather than vague terms like«

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‡ Use quantitative (numbered) measurements with an amount or dimension rather than vague terms like« "big" and "small."

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‡ Use quantitative (numbered) measurements with an amount or dimension rather than vague terms like« "big" and "small."

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‡ Rules to Follow When Using a Dichotomous Key
± Always read both choices, even if the first seems to be the logical. ± Understand the meaning of the terms involved in the key. ± When measurements are given, use a scale to measure the specimen. Do not guess at a measurement. ± Living things are always variable, so do not base your organism identification in the field on a single observation.
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‡ Rules to Follow When Using a Dichotomous Key
± Always read both choices, even if the first seems to be the logical. ± Understand the meaning of the terms involved in the key. ± When measurements are given, use a scale to measure the specimen. Do not guess at a measurement. ± Living things are always variable, so do not base your organism identification in the field on a single observation.
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‡ Rules to Follow When Using a Dichotomous Key
± Always read both choices, even if the first seems to be the logical. ± Understand the meaning of the terms involved in the key. ± When measurements are given, use a scale to measure the specimen. Do not guess at a measurement. ± Living things are always variable, so do not base your organism identification in the field on a single observation.
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‡ Rules to Follow When Using a Dichotomous Key
± Always read both choices, even if the first seems to be the logical. ± Understand the meaning of the terms involved in the key. ± When measurements are given, use a scale to measure the specimen. Do not guess at a measurement. ± Living things are always variable, so do not base your organism identification in the field on a single observation.
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‡ Rules to Follow When Using a Dichotomous Key
± Always read both choices, even if the first seems to be the logical. ± Understand the meaning of the terms involved in the key. ± When measurements are given, use a scale to measure the specimen. Do not guess at a measurement. ± Living things are always variable, so do not base your organism identification in the field on a single observation.
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‡ Activity! Guess Who / 7 Questions?
± Create a series of questions to find the three secret members of the class that I have selected and put there names on the card.

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‡ Activity! Guess Who / 7 Questions?
± Create a series of questions to find the three secret members of the class that I have selected and put there names on the card. ± Use yes / no questions based on characteristics.

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‡ Activity! Wacky People.

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‡ Activity! Wacky People.
± Using a dichotomous key to find the names for various humanoid things.

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‡ Activity! Wacky People.
± Using a dichotomous key to find the names for various humanoid things. ± Assignment is to correctly identify each character with the correct name.

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‡ Activity! Wacky People.
± Using a dichotomous key to find the names for various humanoid things. ± Assignment is to correctly identify each character with the correct name.

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‡ Activity! EEK Dichotomous Key Worksheet and Dichotomous Key on the Internet

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‡ Leaf for EEK Dichotomous key.

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‡ Activity ± EEK Dichotomous Key
± http://www.dnr.state.wi.us/org/caer/ce/eek/veg /treekey/treestart.htm

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Classification

uses

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Homology: Similarities between organisms

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Homology: Similarities between organisms

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Homology: Similarities between organisms

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Homology: Similarities between organisms

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Homology: Similarities between organisms

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Homology: Similarities between organisms

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Homology: Similarities between organisms

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Homology: Similarities between organisms

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Homology: Similarities between organisms

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Homology: Similarities between organisms

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Homology: Similarities between organisms

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Homology: Similarities between organisms

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‡ Embryonic homology

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‡ Embryonic homology

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‡ Embryonic homology

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‡ Embryonic homology

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‡ Embryonic homology

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‡ Embryonic homology

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‡ Embryonic homology

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‡ Embryonic homology

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‡ Embryonic homology

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‡ Embryonic homology

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‡ Embryonic homology

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‡ Embryonic homology

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‡ Embryonic homology

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‡ Embryonic homology

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‡ Embryonic homology

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‡ Embryonic homology

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‡ Embryonic homology

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‡ Embryonic homology

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‡ Embryonic homology

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‡ Embryonic homology

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‡ Embryonic homology

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‡ Embryonic homology

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‡ Embryonic homology

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‡ Embryonic homology

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‡ Embryonic homology

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DNA: Similar genes aids in classification

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‡ DNA provides insight into how similar and how different organisms are.

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‡ DNA provides insight into how similar and how different organisms are. This allows taxonomist to classify organisms more accurately.

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‡ DNA provides insight into how similar and how different organisms are. This allows taxonomist to classify organisms more accurately.

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‡ Humans and Chimpanzee share 94% of the same genes.

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‡ Humans and Chimpanzee share 94% of the same genes.

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‡ Humans and Chimpanzee share 94% of the same genes.

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‡ Humans and Chimpanzee share 94% of the same genes.
± We can get a blood transfusion from a chimp.

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‡ Can these two mate?

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‡ Horse zebra hybrid (sterile), called a Zebroid.
± Zebras and horses have a different number of genes. A sterile offspring is usually the result after breeding. A horse and zebra are closely related but both different species.

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‡ Horse zebra hybrid (sterile), called a Zebroid.
± Zebras and horses have a different number of genes. A sterile offspring is usually the result after breeding.

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‡ Horse zebra hybrid (sterile), called a Zebroid.
± Zebras and horses have a different number of genes. A sterile offspring is usually the result after breeding. A horse and zebra are closely related but both different species.

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Adapted traits may further subdivide species into subspecies. Canis lupus articus.

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‡ Activity Worksheet! Salamander (Order Caudata) Dichotomous Key.
± Use dichotomous key to identify salamanders

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The

3 domains of life. All life is either 

Archaeabacteria  Eubacteria  Eukarya

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The

3 domains of life. All life is either 

Archaeabacteria  Eubacteria  Eukarya

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The

3 domains of life. All life is either 

Archaeabacteria  Eubacteria  Eukarya

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The

3 domains of life. All life is either 

Archaeabacteria  Eubacteria  Eukarya

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‡ Humans are Eukarya,

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‡ Humans are Eukarya, the other domains are forms of bacteria.

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Excuse me, does Excuse me, anyone here does anyone know know the here where restroom is? where the 

The

Kingdoms of life.

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The 
All

Kingdoms of life.
life belongs to one of these.

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The 
All

Kingdoms of life.
life belongs to one of these.

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The 
All

Kingdoms of life.
life belongs to one of these.

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The 
All

Kingdoms of life.
life belongs to one of these.

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The 
All

Kingdoms of life.
life belongs to one of these.

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The 
All

Kingdoms of life.
life belongs to one of these.

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The 
All

Kingdoms of life.
life belongs to one of these.

Monera

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The 
All

Kingdoms of life.
life belongs to one of these.

Monera

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The 
All

Kingdoms of life.
life belongs to one of these.

Monera

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The 
All

Kingdoms of life.
life belongs to one of these.

Monera

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The 
All

Kingdoms of life.
life belongs to one of these.

Monera

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Universal

Ancestor?

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‡ Proto cell, The early ancestor to all life.

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‡ Eubacteria ± Unicellular (single celled)

Hello, my name is King Phillip and I am looking for the dinner table.

Kingdom

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‡ Until recently (1984), scientists believed all life got it¶s energy from the sun.

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‡ Until recently (1984), scientists believed all life got it¶s energy from the sun.

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‡ Until recently (1984), scientists believed all life got it¶s energy from the sun. A whole new system existed on the ocean floor.

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‡ Until recently (1984), scientists believed all life got it¶s energy from the sun. A whole new system existed on the ocean floor.

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‡ Until recently (1984), scientists believed all life got it¶s energy from the sun. A whole new system existed on the ocean floor.

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‡ Archaebacteria can create energy without light at the bottom of the ocean under enormous pressures,

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‡ Archaebacteria can create energy without light at the bottom of the ocean under enormous pressures, hot and cold temperatures and without light.

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‡ Archaebacteria can create energy without light at the bottom of the ocean under enormous pressures, hot and cold temperatures and without light. Uses chemicals to do chemosynthesis

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‡ Archaebacteria can create energy without light at the bottom of the ocean under enormous pressures, hot and cold temperatures and without light. Uses chemicals to do chemosynthesis

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‡ These bacteria are found in extreme places.
± Many scientists think this type of life may be found in the harsh environments on other planets.

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‡ These bacteria are found in extreme places.
± Many scientists think this type of life may be found in the harsh environments on other planets.

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‡ These bacteria are found in extreme places.
± Many scientists think this type of life may be found in the harsh environments on other planets.

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By the way, I really enjoy eating Spaghetti.

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WillPlease somebody someoneshow me please invite methe restroom I to over and cook a just atemeton of spaghetti. good spaghetti!

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‡ Does anyone know King Phillip?

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‡ Does anyone know King Phillip?
± Will someone invite him over for dinner?

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‡ Does anyone know King Phillip?
± Will someone invite him over for dinner? ± He likes spaghetti?

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‡ Does anyone know King Phillip?
± Will someone invite him over for dinner? ± He likes spaghetti? ± Make sure the spaghetti is good, King Phillip only likes top quality pasta.

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‡ No generic pasta please! King Phillip deserves only the best spaghetti.

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The

8 Taxonomic ranks. All living things have 8 names. 
1)  2)  3)  4)  5)  6)  7)  8)

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Domain

- Did

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Kingdom

- King

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Phylum

- Phillip

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Class

- Come

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Order

- Over

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Family

- For

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Genus

- Good

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Species

Spaghetti

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‡ What does ³Did King Phillip Come Over For Good Spaghetti´ stand for?

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Genus 
Ex)

name is Capitalized, species name is not. They are both italicized.
Armadillidium vulgare

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‡ Answer!
± 1) Domain ± 2) Kingdom ± 3) Phylum ± 4) Class ± ± 5) Order ± 6) Family ± 7) Genus ± 8) Species ± Did

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‡ Answer!
± 1) Domain ± 2) Kingdom ± 3) Phylum ± 4) Class ± ± 5) Order ± 6) Family ± 7) Genus ± 8) Species ± Did King

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‡ Answer!
± 1) Domain ± 2) Kingdom ± 3) Phylum ± 4) Class ± ± 5) Order ± 6) Family ± 7) Genus ± 8) Species ± Did King Phillip

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‡ Answer!
± 1) Domain ± 2) Kingdom ± 3) Phylum ± 4) Class ± ± 5) Order ± 6) Family ± 7) Genus ± 8) Species ± Did King Phillip Come

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‡ Answer!
± 1) Domain ± 2) Kingdom ± 3) Phylum ± 4) Class ± ± 5) Order ± 6) Family ± 7) Genus ± 8) Species ± Did King Phillip Come Over

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‡ Answer!
± 1) Domain ± 2) Kingdom ± 3) Phylum ± 4) Class ± ± 5) Order ± 6) Family ± 7) Genus ± 8) Species ± Did King Phillip Come Over For

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‡ Answer!
± 1) Domain ± 2) Kingdom ± 3) Phylum ± 4) Class ± ± 5) Order ± 6) Family ± 7) Genus ± 8) Species ± Did King Phillip Come Over For Good

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‡ Answer!
± 1) Domain ± 2) Kingdom ± 3) Phylum ± 4) Class ± ± 5) Order ± 6) Family ± 7) Genus ± 8) Species ± Did King Phillip Come Over For Good Spaghetti

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‡ Which of the following organisms below are not of the Kingdom Animalia?

‡ Answer ± Which are not of Phylum Chordata?

‡ Answer ± Which are not in the Order Mammalia?

‡ Answer ± Which are not in the Order Rodentia?

‡ Answer ± Which are not in the Family Sciuridae?

‡ Answer ± Which are not in the Genus Scuirus?

‡ Answer ± Which are not in the Class vulgaris?

‡ Answer ± Sciurus vulgaris

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Taxanomic Name: Domain -Eukarya Kingdom -Animalia Class -Chordata Phylum ±Mammalia Order ±Rodentia Family ±Sciuridae Genus ±Sciurus Species -vulgaris

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Taxanomic Name: Domain -Eukarya Kingdom -Animalia Class -Chordata Phylum ±Mammalia Order ±Rodentia Family ±Sciuridae Genus ±Sciurus Species -vulgaris

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Taxanomic Name: Domain -Eukarya Kingdom -Animalia Class -Chordata Phylum ±Mammalia Order ±Rodentia Family ±Sciuridae Genus ±Sciurus Species -vulgaris

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Taxanomic Name: Domain -Eukarya Kingdom -Animalia Class -Chordata Phylum ±Mammalia Order ±Rodentia Family ±Sciuridae Genus ±Sciurus Species -vulgaris

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Taxanomic Name: Domain -Eukarya Kingdom -Animalia Class -Chordata Phylum ±Mammalia Order ±Rodentia Family ±Sciuridae Genus ±Sciurus Species -vulgaris

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Taxanomic Name: Domain -Eukarya Kingdom -Animalia Class -Chordata Phylum ±Mammalia Order ±Rodentia Family ±Sciuridae Genus ±Sciurus Species -vulgaris

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Taxanomic Name: Domain -Eukarya Kingdom -Animalia Class -Chordata Phylum ±Mammalia Order ±Rodentia Family ±Sciuridae Genus ±Sciurus Species -vulgaris

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Taxanomic Name: Domain -Eukarya Kingdom -Animalia Class -Chordata Phylum ±Mammalia Order ±Rodentia Family ±Sciuridae Genus ±Sciurus Species -vulgaris

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Taxanomic Name: Domain -Eukarya Kingdom -Animalia Class -Chordata Phylum ±Mammalia Order ±Rodentia Family ±Sciuridae Genus ±Sciurus Species -vulgaris

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Taxanomic Name: Domain ready to try it again. Get -Eukarya Kingdom -Animalia Class -Chordata Phylum ±Mammalia Order ±Rodentia Family ±Sciuridae Genus ±Sciurus Species -vulgaris

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Taxanomic Name: Domain -Eukarya Kingdom -Animalia Class -Chordata Phylum ±Mammalia Order ±Rodentia Family ±Sciuridae Genus ±Sciurus Species -vulgaris

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Taxanomic Name: Domain -Eukarya Kingdom -Animalia Class -Chordata Phylum ±Mammalia Order ±Rodentia Family ±Sciuridae Genus ±Sciurus Species -vulgaris

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Taxanomic Name: Domain -Eukarya Kingdom -Animalia Class -Chordata Phylum ±Mammalia Order ±Rodentia Family ±Sciuridae Genus ±Sciurus Species -vulgaris

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Taxanomic Name: Domain -Eukarya Kingdom -Animalia Class -Chordata Phylum ±Mammalia Order ±Rodentia Family ±Sciuridae Genus ±Sciurus Species -vulgaris

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Taxanomic Name: Domain -Eukarya Kingdom -Animalia Class -Chordata Phylum ±Mammalia Order ±Rodentia Family ±Sciuridae Genus ±Sciurus Species -vulgaris

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Taxanomic Name: Domain -Eukarya Kingdom -Animalia Class -Chordata Phylum ±Mammalia Order ±Rodentia Family ±Sciuridae Genus ±Sciurus Species -vulgaris

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Taxanomic Name: Domain -Eukarya Kingdom -Animalia Class -Chordata Phylum ±Mammalia Order ±Rodentia Family ±Sciuridae Genus ±Sciurus Species -vulgaris

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Taxanomic Name: Domain -Eukarya Kingdom -Animalia Class -Chordata Phylum ±Mammalia Order ±Rodentia Family ±Sciuridae Genus ±Sciurus Species -vulgaris

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Taxanomic Name: Domain -Eukarya Kingdom -Animalia Class -Chordata Phylum ±Mammalia Order ±Rodentia Family ±Sciuridae Genus ±Sciurus Species -vulgaris

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Taxanomic Name: Domain -Eukarya Kingdom -Animalia Class -Chordata Phylum ±Mammalia Order ±Rodentia Family ±Sciuridae Genus ±Sciurus Species -vulgaris

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Taxanomic Name: Domain -Eukarya Kingdom -Animalia Class -Chordata Phylum ±Mammalia Order ±Rodentia Family ±Sciuridae Genus ±Sciurus Species -vulgaris

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Taxanomic Name: Domain -Eukarya Kingdom -Animalia Class -Chordata Phylum ±Mammalia Order ±Rodentia Family ±Sciuridae Genus ±Sciurus Species -vulgaris

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Taxanomic Name: Domain -Eukarya Kingdom -Animalia Class -Chordata Phylum ±Mammalia Order ±Rodentia Family ±Sciuridae Genus ±Sciurus Species -vulgaris

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Taxanomic Name: Domain -Eukarya Kingdom -Animalia Class -Chordata Phylum ±Mammalia Order ±Rodentia Family ±Sciuridae Genus ±Sciurus Species -vulgaris

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Taxanomic Name: Domain -Eukarya Kingdom -Animalia Class -Chordata Phylum ±Mammalia Order ±Rodentia Family ±Sciuridae Genus ±Sciurus Species -vulgaris

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Taxanomic Name: Domain -Eukarya Kingdom -Animalia Class -Chordata Phylum ±Mammalia Order ±Rodentia Family ±Sciuridae Genus ±Sciurus Species -vulgaris

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Taxanomic Name: Domain -Eukarya Kingdom -Animalia Class -Chordata Phylum ±Mammalia Order ±Rodentia Family ±Sciuridae Genus ±Sciurus Species -vulgaris

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Taxanomic Name: Domain -Eukarya Kingdom -Animalia Class -Chordata Phylum ±Mammalia Order ±Rodentia Family ±Sciuridae Genus ±Sciurus Species -vulgaris 

Humans 
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Taxonomic Classification

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Domain

- Eukarya

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Kingdom

- Animalia

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Phylum

- Chordata

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‡ Sub-Phylum is vertebrata.

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‡ Sub-Phylum is vertebrata.
± Vertebrata have backbone, some primitive organisms in Chordata have a notochord.

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Class

- Mammalia

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Order

- Primatidae

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Family

- Hominidae

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Genus

- Homo

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Species

- Sapien

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± Raise your hand when you think you know. You only get one guess.

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Felis concolor

‡ Try Again! Try to guess the mystery picture beneath the boxes.
± Raise your hand when you think you know. You only get one guess.

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End Taxonomy and Classification Unit Part I/VI

End Part I / VI of an educational unit about Taxonomy and Classification for students in grades 7-10 Part I: Taxonomy and Classification Part II: Kingdom Monera Part III: Kingdoms Protista and Animalia Part IV: Animalia and Mammals Part V: Kingdom Fungi an Plantae Part VI: Final Recitation Download the Powerpoint version of this video, unit notes, assessments, lab handouts, review games, videos, and much more at www.sciencepowerpoint.com

End Part I / VI of an educational unit about Taxonomy and Classification for students in grades 7-10 Part I: Taxonomy and Classification Part II: Kingdom Monera Part III: Kingdoms Protista and Animalia Part IV: Animalia and Mammals Part V: Kingdom Fungi an Plantae Part VI: Final Recitation Download the Powerpoint version of this video, unit notes, assessments, lab handouts, review games, videos, and much more at www.sciencepowerpoint.com

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‡ More Units Available at«

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‡ More Units Available at«

Earth Science: The Soil Science and Glaciers Unit, The Geology Topics Unit, The Astronomy Topics Unit, The Weather and Climate Unit, and The River Unit, The Water Molecule Unit. Physical Science: The Laws of Motion and Machines Unit, The Atoms and Periodic Table Unit, The Energy and the Environment Unit, and The Introduction to Science / Metric Unit. Life Science: The Diseases and Cells Unit, The DNA and Genetics Unit, The Life Topics Unit, The Plant Unit, The Taxonomy and Classification Unit, Ecology: Feeding Levels Unit, Ecology: Interactions Unit, Ecology: Abiotic Factors, The Evolution and Natural Selection Unit and coming soon The Anatomy and Physiology Unit.

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‡ More Units Available at«

Earth Science: The Soil Science and Glaciers Unit, The Geology Topics Unit, The Astronomy Topics Unit, The Weather and Climate Unit, and The River Unit, The Water Molecule Unit. Physical Science: The Laws of Motion and Machines Unit, The Atoms and Periodic Table Unit, The Energy and the Environment Unit, and The Introduction to Science / Metric Unit. Life Science: The Diseases and Cells Unit, The DNA and Genetics Unit, The Life Topics Unit, The Plant Unit, The Taxonomy and Classification Unit, Ecology: Feeding Levels Unit, Ecology: Interactions Unit, Ecology: Abiotic Factors, The Evolution and Natural Selection Unit and coming soon The Anatomy and Physiology Unit.

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