Classification of Living Organisms

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  • Created on: 28-03-16 07:06
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  • Five Kingdoms
    • Protoctists
      • made up of single cells
      • cells have an obvious nucleus
      • example: plasmodium
    • Bacteria
      • made up of single cells
      • cells have no obvious nucleus
      • example: salmonella
    • Fungi
      • no chlorophyll contained in cells
      • organisms feed by absorption
      • cells have an obvious cell wall
    • Plants
      • cells contain chlorophyll in chloroplasts
      • flowering plants
        • monocots
          • only one seed leaf
          • long thin leaves with parallel veins (one cotyledons)
          • example: grasses
        • dicots
          • 2 seed leaves
          • broad leaves with a network of veins (branched veins)
          • example: trees
    • Animals
      • cells have no cell walls
      • made up of many cells
      • example: lions, tigers
      • chordates
        • fish
        • amphibians
        • reptiles
        • birds
        • mammals
      • Annelids
      • Molluscs
      • Nematodes
      • arthropods
        • cructaceans
        • arachnids
        • insects
        • myriapods

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