Naming and Comparing Organisms within the 7 Levels of Classification




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Binomial Nomenclatures

Naming and Comparing Organisms within the

7 Levels of Classification


Name __________________________ Class___________





  1. What are the 7 levels of classification in order of most broad to most specific?




  1. What are the 6 kingdoms?


  1. Which two kingdoms are only prokaryotes?



  1. Which kingdoms are only unicellular?




  1. Which kingdoms can be either heterotroph or autotroph?



  1. Which kingdom is only autotrophic?



  1. Which kingdom would you find an organism that is only multicellular, eukaryotic, and heterotroph?



  1. Which kingdom would you find an amoeba, paramecium, and euglena?



  1. Which kingdom would you find an organism that is multicellular, eukaryotic, and onlyautotroph?



  1. Which kingdom would you find a unicellular, autotroph, eukaryote?



  1. Which kingdom would you find a unicellular, heterotroph, prokaryote that live everywhere?



  1. Which kingdoms would you find bacillus or sparilla shaped organims?



  1. Draw a Venn diagram for Eubacteria and Archeabacteria.


  1. Compare and contrast kingdom Protista with kingdom plantae.


  1. How does kingdom plantea and animalia differ?



  1. What are the differences between kingdoms protista and animalia?




  1. If an organism is in the same family, does that mean it is in the same order?




  1. If an organism is in the same phylum, does that mean it is in the same genus?




  1. What is the way to remember this?


  1. What is a binomial nomenclature?



  1. What makes up the binomial nomenclature?



  1. How do you write a binomial nomenclature? (2 important rules)


  1. How is kingdom Protista divided up?



Kingdom

Animalia

Animalia

Animalia

Animalia

Animalia

Phylum

Chordata

Chordata

Chordata

Chordata

Chordata

Class

Mammalia

Mammalia

Mammalia

Mammalia

Mammalia

Order

Carnivora

Carnivora

Carnivora

Carnivora

Carnivora

Family

Felidea

Felidea

Felidea

Felidea

Felidea

Genus

Panthera

Panthera

Panthera

Acinonyx

Felis

Species

onca

leo

tigris

jubatus

catus

Common

Panther

Lion

Tiger

Cheetah

Cat




Kingdom

Animalia

Animalia

Animalia

Animalia

Phylum

Chordata

Chordata

Chordata

Chordata

Class

Mammalia

Mammalia

Mammalia

Mammalia

Order

Carnivora

Carnivora

Carnivora

Carnivora

Family

Felidea

Hyaenidea

Herpestidae

Herpestidae

Genus

Lynx

Crocuta

Suricata

Helogale

Species

rufus

crocuta

suricatta

parvula

Common

Bobcat

Spotted hyena

Meerkat

Dwarf mongoose

Using the classification charts(both) above, answer the following questions.




  1. Which organims is most closely related to the Meerkat?




  1. Which class would you find the cheetah?



  1. Which organisms are found in the genus Crocuta?



  1. Which organisms are found in the family Felidea?



  1. Which organisms are most closely related to the lion?



  1. What is the common name for Acinonyx jubatus?



  1. Which organism is more distantly related to the panther: the lion, tiger, or cheetah?



Kingdom

Animalia

Animalia

Animalia

Animalia

Animalia

Animalia

Phylum

Chordata

Chordata

Arthropoda

Chordata

Chordata

Chordata

Class

Mammalia

Mammalia

Insecta

Mammalia

Reptilia

Mammalia

Order

Carnivore

Primate

Hemiptera

Primate

Squamata

Carnivore

Family

Canidae

Hominidae

Cicadidae

Pongidae

Chamaeleontidae

Canidae

Genus

Vulpes

Homo

Tibicen

Pan

Chamaeleo

Canis

Species

zerda

sapiens

caniculatus

togladytes

jacksoni

lupus

Common

Fennec fox

human

Dog-day cicada

Chimpanzee

Jackson’s

chameleon



Coyote




  1. Which organism is most closely related to the coyote?




  1. What is the common name for Homo sapiens?




  1. Which organism is most closely related to humans?




  1. How do you know the answer to #33?



  1. Which is most distantly related to all of the organisms listed?



Kingdom

Animalia

Animalia

Animalia

Animalia

Animalia

phylum

Arthropoda

Mollusca

Mollusca

Mollusca

Mollusca

class

Malacostraca

Cephalpoda

Bivalvia

Bivalvia

Bivavlvia

order

Decopoda

Decopoda

Mytiloida

Pterioida

Pterioida

Family

Nephropidae

Loliginida

Mytilida

Ostreidae

Ostreidae

genus

Homarus

Loligo

Mytilus

Crassostrea

Ostrea

species

americanus

opalescens

edulis

virginica

edulis

common

American lobster

Market squid

Blue mussel

Virginia oyster

European oyster

  1. What is the common name of the organism with the following classification: Kingdom Animalia, Phyla Mollusca, Class Bivalvia, Order, Pterioida, Family Ostreidae, Genus Crassostrea, Species virginica?




  1. Which organism(s) is most closely related to the market squid?



  1. Which is more closely related? Mytilus edulis to Ostrea edulis, or Crassostrea viginica to Ostrea edulis?




  1. At what level of classification does the Blue mussel and the Virginia oyster becomes different?


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