U1SG - Unit One - Arthropod Classification Study Guide...

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Unit One - Arthropod Classification Study Guide Lesson Objectives By the end of the unit you should be able to: 1) Define classification. 2) Describe the hierarchy in classifiying any organism. 3) Describe what Linnaeus did for classification. 4) Give an example of an organism's classification, from its kingdom to the species level. 5) Describe the characteristics of the phylum Arthropoda. 6) Differentiate the major arthropod classes and orders. 1. Classification a) Define classification: b) Define taxonomy: c) What are the five kingdoms? d) What is the advantage of using a scientific name over a common name of an organism? e) How does classification help us identify an organism? a. Classification system f) Write out your own little ditty besides Kings Play Chess On Fine Gold Saddles to remember the sequence to 1) Kingdom, 2) Phylum, 3) Class, 4) Order, 5) Genus, and 6)Species: K P C O F G S
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b. Examples g) Examples of classification. Classify two organisms the way the Lion and Beetle were.
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This note was uploaded on 07/23/2011 for the course ENY 3005 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at University of Florida.

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U1SG - Unit One - Arthropod Classification Study Guide...

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