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Title: Classification in the 6 Kingdoms


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Classification in the 6 Kingdoms
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Carolus Linnaeus
  • Developed
  • seven-level
  • system of
  • classification

1700s Swedish Scientist Father of Taxonomy Only
had __2__ Kingdoms Plants and Animals
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The 6 Kingdoms of Life
  • Plantia
  • Animalia
  • Protistia
  • Fungi
  • Archaebacteria
  • Eubacteria

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Plantia Kingdom
  • Organisms (plants) that produce food through a
    process called photosynthesis
  • Absorb Carbon Dioxide and release Oxygen for
    people to breathe
  • Produce covering and food for living organisms
  • Plantia Kingdom is broken up in 12 different
    phylums


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Animalia Kingdom
  • This Kingdom is the most and least familiar to us
  • Over 1,000,000 species are classified in this
    kingdom
  • Animals are separated into 33 different phylums
    (phyla)
  • The Arthropod phylum would probably be well over
    10 million species if scientists could identify
    every one in the rain forests

Chordata
Annelida
Echinoderm
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Fungi Kingdom
  • Simple organisms having animal and plant like
    characteristics
  • They are not producers (able to create own food)
  • Decomposers- feed on remains of dead organisms
  • 40,000 different species of Fungi

Mushrooms
Molds and Mildew
Toadstools
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Protistia Kingdom
  • Set up to categorize all organisms that did not
    fit into any other kingdoms
  • Organisms are unicellular and multicellular
  • Made up of 60,000 different organisms
  • Not bacteria
  • Includes algae and slime molds

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Archaebacteria
E. Coli
  • Archaebacteria are found in extreme environments
    such as hot boiling water and thermal vents under
    conditions with no oxygen or highly acid
    environments.
  • unicellular (one cell) organisms 

Cyanobacteria
Sulfolobus
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Eubacteria
  • complex and single celled. 
  • Most bacteria are in the this kingdom.
  • classified in their own kingdom because their
    chemical makeup is different. 
  • Most eubacteria are helpful.  Some produce
    vitamins and foods like yogurt. 
  • Others make you sick, such as Streptococci (strep
    throat)

E. Coli
Streptococci (strep throat)
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Classification
Putting things into orderly groups based on
similar characteristics
Kingdom
General
Phylum
Class
Order
Family
Genus
Species
Specific
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Mnemonic Device
  • Kings
  • Play
  • Chess
  • On
  • Fine
  • Glass
  • Surfaces

Come up with your own mnemonic device!!!
12
Binomial Nomenclature
  • Scholars before Linnaeus used names that were as
    long as 12 words to identify species
  • Linnaeus created Binomial Nomenclature to
    simplify taxonomy
  • Elephas maximus

Genus Name First letter always CAPITALIZED Italici
zed or Underlined
Species Name Never capitalized Italicized or
Underlined
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Seven Levels of Classification
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Seven Levels of Classification
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Organism Binomial Nomenclature
Can you guess the common names of the following
organisms??
  • Panthera leo
  • Tulipa gesneriana
  • Rangifer tarandus
  • Canis familiaris

lion
tulip
reindeer
dog
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Dichotomous Keys
An aid that is used to identify organisms and
that consists of answer to a series of questions
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Work Cited
  • www.angelfire.com/ks3/ccleary88/eubacteria.htmlw
    ww.angelfire.com/ks3/dfoth/Archaebacteria.htmlww
    w.zephyrus.co.uk/funguskingdom.htmlwww.angelfire
    .com/ks3/dfoth/Protista.htmlwww.perspective.com/
    nature/plantae/www.perspective.com/nature/animal
    ia/
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