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Micro 3 Taxonomy HO 07S

Micro 3 Taxonomy HO 07S - a Properties b Two Categories 1...

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Micro 3 /07S: Taxonomy HO I. Taxonomy -The Science of Classification A. Linnaeus -the father of taxonomy 1. Binomial nomenclature a. Genus b. Specific epithet c. Species d. Strain 2. Latin name 3. Hierarchal classification B. Problems in taxonomy II. The Five - Kingdom Classification System by Whittaker A. General features B. Kingdom Monera C. Kingdom Protista D. Kingdom Plantae E. Kingdom Fungi F. Kingdom Animalia III. The Three - Domain Classification System : Carl Woese A. Three-domains: 1. Bacteria a. Properties 2. Archaea
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Unformatted text preview: a. Properties b. Two Categories: 1) Methanogens 2) Extremophiles a) Halophiles b) Thermophiles and Hyperthermophiles ( 3. Eukarya a. Properties b. Members: IV. Evidence of Evolutionary Relationships i.e. connected genetically A. Ways to determine Genetic relatedness or homology V. Bacterial Identification and Taxonomy 2 different approaches A. Bergey’s Manual of Determinative Bacteriology 1-9 th ed. B. Bergey’s Manual of Systematic Bacteriology : 5/7/2009 1...
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  • Spring '08
  • JACOB
  • Bacteria, Monera C. Kingdom Protista D. Kingdom Plantae E. Kingdom Fungi F. Kingdom Animalia III, approaches A. Bergey, Hierarchal classification B., Classification A. Linnaeus-the

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