Hogue 6- species Tanat come In contact out ay not Interpreter Figure 18. 7- the male Krause with her two colts Taxonomists use structure, biochemistry, behavior and genes to classify organisms Classification focuses on structures that indicate a related evolutionary ancestry These structural resemblances = homologies Structures that are similar in appearance and function but are not the result of hared ancestry = analogies Chemical homologies are also evidence of close evolutionary relationships Figure 18. – one way of classifying organisms Table 18. 1 nucleotide sequence of part of a gene in all apes and monkeys Table 18. 2 percent differences among species in nucleotide sequence of an entire gene Figure 18. 9- bones of the forelimbs of seven vertebrates 18. 3 The Linear Classification System Carol’s Linnaeus- system to classify species, used homologies to group species into larger and more general categories Genus, family, order, class, phylumdivisions, kingdoms Figure 18. 10 the classification of 12 animal species Figure 18. Some animals in the order carnivore Binomial nomenclature is two word naming system to identity each species Scientific name= first word in each name is genus name and second is particular species. Figure 18. 12 two species of mine in the same genus.
Hetero/Photostat/chemotherapy’s; bacteria and arches Figure 18. 19 an updated form of Whittaker five kingdom system PROTESTS- eukaryote, microscopic unicellular, protozoa, slime molds. Figure 18. 20 examples of moaner Figure 18. 21 examples of protests PLANTAR- photoelectrical multicultural eukaryote, develop from embryos. Store food as starch. ANIMAL- heterocyclic multicultural eukaryote that develop from embryos. Reproduces sexually. FUNGI- heterozygous that absorb small molecules from their surroundings through their outer walls.