Unit 7

Unit 7, Classification

(Unit DOCUMENTS are located at the BOTTOM of this page!!!)


Pictured above is Carolus Linnaeus (left) and the title page of the 1760 edition of Systema Naturae (right).

California Content Standards in this Unit:
7.3d   Students will know how to construct a simple branching diagram to classify living groups of organisms by shared derived characteristics and how to expand the diagram to include fossil organisms.





Modern Classification Groups


Domain Is Currently The LARGEST (Most Inclusive) Classification Group



KINGDOM Is Currently The 2nd LARGEST (2nd Most Inclusive) Classification Group



Orcinus
orca is in the Domain Eukaryota (Eukarya)



Constructing a Dichotomous Key with Shells
(This is the MAIN event for unit 7.  See below for additional information.)





Cancellate (top), Concentric (middle), and Radial (bottom)


The Shells:
Above: This shows how your shells must be returned at the end of every class.












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