chapter6 - Zoology -- not zoo-ology... I. Classification A....

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Unformatted text preview: Zoology -- not zoo-ology... I. Classification A. Domains 1. Bacteria prokaryotic, single celled, colonial 2. Archaea - prokaryotic, single celled, colonial 3. Eukarya eukaryotic, single celled, colonial or multicelluar B. Kingdoms (5?) 1. Monera defunct 2. Protista single celled auto or heterotrophic organisms 3. Plantae multicellular autotrophs 4. Fungi multicellular heterotrophs 5. Animalia - multicellular heterotrophs C. Defining Properties of Life 1. chemical uniqueness 2. complex hierarchical organization 3. reproduction 4. genetics 5. metabolism 6. development 7. environmental interaction (ecology) 8. movement D. Nature of Science (Creation Science?) 1. guided by natural law 2. explanatory by reference to natural law 3. testable 4. conclusions are tentative 5. falsifiable II. Scientific method A. Observation generate questions B. hypothesis educated guess about this phenomenon C. experimentation -- D. conclusion, prediction put together what you experimented with E. other issues 1. theories ---- just a theory, commonly defined something that might or might...
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chapter6 - Zoology -- not zoo-ology... I. Classification A....

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