Classification

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  • Classification
    • Five Groups of Classification
      • Fungi
        • Saprophytes, Multicellular, Cell Wall
      • Protoctists
        • Unicellular, Nucleus
      • Animals
        • Heterotrophs, Multicellular
      • Prokaryotes
        • Unicellular, No Nucleus
      • Plants
        • Autotrophs, Multicellular,Cell Wall,Chlorophyll
    • Vertebrates and Class
      • Vertebrates have a backbone and an internal skeleton.
        • Vertebrates are divided into five groups called Classes.
          • Fish
          • Birds
          • Reptiles
          • Mammals
          • Amphibians
          • Vertebrates and Class
            • Vertebrates have a backbone and an internal skeleton.
              • Vertebrates are divided into five groups called Classes.
                • Fish
                • Birds
                • Reptiles
                • Mammals
                • Amphibians
                • Vertebrates can be divided in classes based on three main things.
                  • How they regulate internal body temprature
                    • Poikilotherm
                    • Homeotherm
                  • How they Reproduce
                    • External Fertilisaton, Oviparous
                    • Internal Fertilisation, Viviparous
                  • How they Absorb Oxygen.
                    • Gills
                    • Skin
                    • Lung
          • Vertebrates can be divided in classes based on three main things.
            • How they regulate internal body temprature
              • Poikilotherm
              • Homeotherm
            • How they Reproduce
              • External Fertilisaton, Oviparous
              • Internal Fertilisation, Viviparous
            • How they Absorb Oxygen.
              • Gills
              • Skin
              • Lung
    • Binomial Systym
      • This is a two part Latin name given to a species to help:
        • Study Species
        • Identify Species
        • Conserve Species
  • Plants
    • Autotrophs, Multicellular,Cell Wall,Chlorophyll

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