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Intro – Chapter 13 T1

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Intro – Chapter 13 17/01/2008 21:18:00 Bio notes January 16, 2008 Class Objectives - What is a species? - What phylum humans are in? - The first appearance of life. - Reasons behind the diversity in life - Difference between aquatic mammals and fish - The kingdom of organisms that eat glass. - The animals inside the human body. Organizing Life 1. Taxonomy 2. Phylogeny 1. Taxonomy is the naming of organisms based on shared characteristics. Domain, Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, Species Binomial Nomenclature o Carolus Linnaeus o Genus species  or Genus species 3 domains and 6 kingdoms (currently) o Domain Bacteria Kingdom Eubacteria – true bacteria Single-celled prokaryotes o Domain Archea 
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Kingdom archaebacteria – ancient bacteria Single-celled prokaryotes o Domain Eukarya Kingdom Protista
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