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MODULE I. CLASSIFICATION OF ORGANISMS Reading assignment: Chapter 1, pgs. 3, 5, 8, 10-13, Fig. 1.6, Fig. 1.11 Chapter 25, pgs. 543-4, 554-5, Fig. 25.12 I. Levels of Organization of Life I.A. Molecules I.B. Cells I.C. Tissues I.D. Organs I.E. Organisms Living thing. Made up of cells. Biodiversity: As many as 30 million species living on the earth today. Species: I.F. Populations I.G. Communities I.H. Biosphere II. Classification of organisms II.A. classification based on cellular organization prokaryotes eukaryotes II.B. classification based on cellular composition Unicellular Multicellular II.C. classification based on the feeding pattern autotroph
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Unformatted text preview: heterophoph II.D. classification based on the environmental relationship: Producers Consumers Decomposers II.E. Binomial nomenclature Key feature: The first: the genus name The second: the species name II.F. Organisms can be grouped into six kingdoms 1. Archaea (Archaebacteria) 2. (Eu)bacteria 3. Protists (Microbial Eukaryotes) 4. Fungi 5. plants 6. animals III. Phylogeny Phylogeny: Phylogenetic tree: Taxon: Clade: Glossary organism phylogeny prokaryotes eukaryotes autotroph heterotroph biodiversity genus axon Kingdom domain fungi Monophyletic polyphyletic Paraphyletic species Microbial eukaryotes (protists) clade...
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