L7 ch 26 - Lecture 7: Chapter 26 Lecture Guide Phylogeny...

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Lecture 7: Chapter 26 Lecture Guide Phylogeny Taxonomy Hierarchical system involving successive levels; based on similarities and differences Ray & Linnaeus Binomial nomenclature (by Linnaeus) Scientific names » Genus and species, e.g., Homo sapiens » H. sapiens -can abbreviate » Felis concolor coryii –subspecies-3 names » Or Felis spp. -abbreviate-all species in a genus Hierarchical Classification Classification Scheme for Humans: Domain: (north America) eukrya Kingdom: (united states) animalia Phylum: (north Carolina) chordata Subphylum: vertebrata Class: (wake county) mammalia Order: (raleigh) primata Family: (neighborhood) homonidae Genus: (house) homo Species: (you) sapians
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Lecture 7: Chapter 26 Lecture Guide Systematics Phylogeny – evolutionary history of a species or group of species Gather morphological or molecular data Molecular data has caused many revisions Use mathematical strategies to analyze data Construct evolutionary trees Phylogenetic Tree
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This note was uploaded on 10/28/2011 for the course BIO 181 taught by Professor Milton during the Fall '08 term at N.C. State.

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L7 ch 26 - Lecture 7: Chapter 26 Lecture Guide Phylogeny...

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