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1 INET Lab Report 1 Taxonomy  Student:    Email :   Date:    I. Unity II. Diversity EXERCISE 1.1  – Classification of footwear 4. Sample of organizational chart for footwear ( Table 1.1 ). It would not let me edit the chart, but I tried to make my #4 resemble how I would of done it.              Table 1.1 Footwear chart 5. Use the information from your footwear chart and assign criteria that might be applicable to each category ( Table 1.2 ). ©  Access Learning Systems
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2 Domain Bodywear Kingdom Footwear/Clothing Phylum Gender Class Shoe color Order Laces/no laces Family Open/closed toe Genus Heel type Species size    Table 1.2 Levels of Classification EXERCISE 1.2  – Dichotomous Key 2. Use the key provided and determine the class of each organism.  Write the proper class name  ( Table 1.3 ) 3. Record the key steps in the sequence you select them.  For example, 1b, 2b, etc.                     Specimen Characteristics Key steps Class Canine Warm blooded, body hair, milk  Producer  1a Mammalia Avian Feathers, hollow bones, egg- laying warm-blooded 2a Aves Shark Fins, jaws, cartilage skeleton,  cold-blooded 3a, 4a, 5b Chondrichthyes  Fish Fins, jaws, bony skeleton,  cold-blooded 3a, 4a, 5a Osteichthyes Eel
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