Vocab Unit 9 Kingdoms and Classification.

Vocab Unit 9 Kingdoms and Classification.

Vocab Unit 9 Kingdoms and Classification. Broadest level of classification in the new system. There are three of

these. Domain(s) Broadest level of classification in the new

system. There are three of these. The broadest level of classification in the Linnean Classification scheme.

Contains Six of these: Animalia, Plantae, Fungi, Protista, Archaebacteria, and Eubacteria. Kingdom(s) The broadest level of classification in the Linnean

Classification scheme. Contains Six of these: Animalia, Plantae, Fungi, Protista, Archaebacteria, and Eubacteria. The scientific way of grouping

organisms in order to identify them in a common way. Classification The scientific way of grouping

organisms in order to identify them in a common way. Diagram depicting patterns of shared characteristics among species.

Cladogram Diagram depicting patterns of shared characteristics among species. Used to identify organisms. It consists

of a series of paired statements or questions that describe alternative possible characteristics of an organism.

Dichotomous Keys Used to identify organisms. It consists of a series of paired statements or questions that describe alternative

possible characteristics of an organism. Each species is assigned a two part scientific name which consists of a Genus

and species. Ex: Homo sapien Binomial Nomenclature Each species is assigned a two part

scientific name which consists of a Genus and species. Ex: Homo sapien Kingdom consisting of eukaryotic, multicellular organisms with no cell walls.

Ex: You Animalia Kingdom consisting of eukaryotic, multicellular organisms with no cell walls.

Ex: You Kingdom containing organisms that are Multicellular and eukaryotic. They have Cell walls and they are autotrophic. EX. Trees

Plantae Kingdom containing organisms that are Multicellular and eukaryotic. They have Cell walls and they are autotrophic.

EX. Trees Kingdom of eukaryotic organisms that are heterotrophic and have cell walls made of chitin.

EX. Mushrooms Fungi Kingdom of eukaryotic organisms that are heterotrophic and have cell walls

made of chitin. EX. Mushrooms Kingdom of eukaryotic organisms that can be single or multicellular,

autotrophic or heterotrophic. Ex. Paramecium or Amoeba Protista Kingdom of eukaryotic organisms that

can be single or multicellular, autotrophic or heterotrophic. Ex. Paramecium or Amoeba Kingdom of prokaryotic, single celled

organisms that we encounter everyday. Ex. E. coli Eubacteria Kingdom of prokaryotic, single celled organisms that we encounter everyday.

Ex. E. coli Kingdom containing prokaryotic, single celled organisms that live in extreme conditions.

AKAextremophiles Archaebacteri a Kingdom containing prokaryotic, single

celled organisms that live in extreme conditions. AKAextremophiles Domain containing Animalia, Plantae,

Fungi, and Protista. Eukarya Domain containing Animalia, Plantae, Fungi, and Protista.

Domain containing Archaebacteria, the extremophiles. These organisms are prokaryotic and have cell walls, but the walls are not

made of peptidoglycan. Archaea Domain containing Archaebacteria, the extremophiles.

These organisms are prokaryotic and have cell walls, but the walls are not made of peptidoglycan. Domain containing Eubacteria. These organisms are prokaryotic and have

cell walls made of peptidoglycan. Bacteria Domain containing Eubacteria. These organisms are prokaryotic and have

cell walls made of peptidoglycan.

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