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Title: Classification of Living Things


1
Classification of Living Things
  • Living species are placed into groups based on
    their observed characteristics.
  • They are usually NOT placed into groups based on
    their habitat, their behavior, or their common
    names.

2
6 Kingdoms of Living Things
  • Archaebacteria
  • Eubacteria
  • Protista
  • Fungi
  • Plantae
  • Animalia

3
Bacteria are classified by SHAPE and BIOCHEMICALS
4
Animal-like Protista are classified by cell
structures like cilia and flagella
5
Protista includes several types of Algae and
Seaweed classified based on chemical criteria
(PS pigments)
6
Fungi are classified by how they make SPORES
Time Lapse
Life Cycle
7
Plants are classified by VASCULAR tissue
REPRODUCTIVE structures
Life Cycle
L.C. Video
Better L.C. Vid.
MOSS (and relatives) has NO vascular tissue. All
other plant groups DO have vascular tissue
8
Ferns reproduce with SPORES, not seeds
L.C. Video
Life Cycle
9
Conifers have seeds in CONES
10
CONES are male or female
Life Cycle
The Birds and Bees of Ponderosa Pine Trees
11
ANGIOSPERMS are flowering plants
Life Cycle
Snappy singsong L.C. Video
Double Fertilization L.C. Video
12
Flowering plants can be MONOCOTS or DICOTS
13
A COTYLEDON is a seed part
14
Animal Phyla
  • Porifera (sponges)
  • Cnidaria (jellyfish)
  • Platyhelminthes (flatworms)
  • Nematoda (roundworms)
  • Annelida (segmentedworms)
  • Mollusca (snails, clams, squid)
  • Arthropoda (insects, crabs)
  • Echinodermata (starfish)
  • Chordata (vertebrates)

15
Phylum Porifera the Sponges
16
Phylum Spongebobius Porifera are heterotrophic
cells that group together
17
Phylum Cnidaria all members have stinging cells
and one body opening
18
Sponge Bob walking his jellyfish
19
Phylum Cnidaria corals and jellyfish
20
Phylum Platyhelminthes.the flatworms They all
have one body opening and a HEAD (CEPHALIZATION)
21
Phylum Nematoda the roundworms All members of
this group have TWO body openings
22
Phylum Annelida the segmented worms
23
Phylum Mollusca All have a MANTLE which can
produce shell
24
Phylum Arthropoda All have an exoskeleton made
of protein
25
Phylum Echinodermata Starfish and relatives All
have spiny skin and TUBE FEET
26
Phylum Chordata
All have Dorsal nerve cord Pharyngeal gill
structures MOST have a backbone (vertebrae)
27
Phylum Chordata with no backbone
28
Phylum Chordata Class Chondrichthyes
29
Phylum Chordata Class Osteichthyes
30
Phylum Chordata, Class Amphibia
31
Phylum Chordata, Class Reptilia
32
Phylum Chordata, Class Reptilia
33
Phylum Chordata, Class Aves
34
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