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Exercise 1- classification of living things

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 6/6/11 Classification of Living Things Exercise 1
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6/6/11 Taxonomy Taxonomy is the science of identifying, naming and classifying organisms. Carolus Linnaeus is the father of this science Developed the Binomial Nomenclature system in 1700s
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6/6/11 Major Categories of Classification {50E446FE-2E00-4602-98D6-334FBDBE3347} Domain Kingdom Phylum {5048FBDE-7249-4C8B-B795-84E14AEB22D9} Class Order Family {2769BD6B-5DAE-49A8-B3B2-13D1DF47C91A} Genus Species
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6/6/11 Classification w are organisms classified? Structural
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6/6/11 Classification How are organisms classified? Chromosomal
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6/6/11 Classification How are organisms classified? Molecular
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6/6/11 Archaea Bacteria Domains
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6/6/11 What are the Domains? Domain Archaea Domain Bacteria Domain Eukarya What are the Kingdoms within Domain Eukarya? General Organization of Hierarchy Prokaryote : Organism that lacks the membrane- bounded nucleus and membranous organelles typical of eukaryotes.
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