Classification part 1

Here is our first video for Chap 18 on classification.  As always please leave a comment and here are the Movenote and Youtube links.

 

48 thoughts on “Classification part 1

  1. Taxonomy has classified 1.5 million species so far but there are still millions of species not yet classified

  2. We have classified about 1.5 billion species in the world by using the classification of taxonomy.

  3. We have classified about 1.5 billion species in the world by using the classification of taxonomy.

  4. There’s supposedly anywhere between 2 and 100 million species that have not been named by scientists.

  5. There are still 2-10 million species that have yet not been named and taxonomy has helped us to classify species but it can be challenging.
    -Isabel Contreras

  6. Carolous Linnaeus came up with binomial nomenclature or scientific and seven levels of classification

  7. Taxonomy has helped us to classify species but it can be challenging because of the diversity and anatomy.

  8. They learn about ecology and the more understanding we have, groups will get smaller and we will ba able to classify more species.

  9. The more knowledge we gain on organisms the smaller and more accurate the classifying becomes.

  10. Taxonomy has helped us classify 1.5 million species. It is hard because of diversity and anatomy.

  11. Because of diversity and anamonty it is hard to classify species into taxonomy, but we have classified 1.5 million spieces

  12. Binomial nomenclature, two word naming system that classifies the 1.5 million species that we know of.

  13. Taxonomy has allowed us to classify 1.5 billion species in our world by using binomial nomenclature and evolutionary classification

  14. Taxonomy has helped us classify 1.5 million species but it has not yet help us find the 2-100 million possible species out there.

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