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SLS Bio11 Taxonomy TZ

Binomial Nomenclature Is a form of naming species by giving each organism a two part name that is almost always Latin based
Biochemical Relationship Is the distance between organisms measured by their biochemistry (genetics)
Class Mammalia - Nurse Offspring
Embryological Relationship The similarities between organisms in their early stages of life
Eukaryotic Cell The most familiar type of cell structure. Typically plant and animal cells.
Evolutionary Relationship The patterns and relationships of growing and developing organsims
Family Hominidae - Walk Upright
Genus Homo - Human
Homologous Structures For example a same bone found in a few different species that indicate a common ancestor
Kingdom Animalia - Ingest Food, Multicellular, no cell wall
Order Primates - High Level Of Intelligence
Phylum Chordata - Spinal Cord
Prokaryotic Cell Chromosome but no nucleus. Lack many other usual cell parts Example: Bacteria
Species A group of organisms that are capable of breeding
Sub-Phylum A category ranking below phylum but above class
Taxonomy / Taxon The classification of organisms
Created by: tzinkan