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Taxonomy - the area of the biological sciences devoted to the ...

For example, the tea rose is Rosa odorata; the common ... Domain of Bacteria that have cells walls made of ... Dichotomous Key- A dichotomous key is a tool that allows the ...

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Classification Viruses and Bacteria Study Guide

Given a dichotomous key, determine the name of various bacteria. (see bacteria lab for an example) Bacteria: Describe the characteristics common to ...

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Chapter 17: Classification

Example: lynxes and bobcats or dandelions and ... Genus Homo species sapiens Dichotomous key Uses a ... nucleus) Eubacteria Eu true Most of the bacteria ...

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A Dichotomous What?

Example of a Dichotomous Key for Animals 1a. This organism has an exoskeleton (go to question 2) 1b. This organism has an endoskeleton or no skeleton (go to question 3) 2a.

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Louisiana Team AgEd

... from different kingdoms at several taxonomic levels using a dichotomous key. ... Mostly Asexual Mostly Asexual Both Both Both Mostly Sexual Example Bacteria ...

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Microbiology Unknown Lab

Page 5: Dichotomous key Create a neat dichotomous key, which results in the correct separation of all 8 possible unknowns. This key should be legible and sized to occupy ...

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Chapter 11 Powerpoint Show

Domains Bacteria and Archaea The Prokaryotes: Domains ... ecological role Learning objective: Make a dichotomous key ... Gastroenteritis Helicobacter pylori: Example of a ...

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Using A Dichotomous Key to Identify Mammal Skulls

Animal Diversity Lab Page 1 Using A Dichotomous Key to ... to distinguish organisms, from bacteria and ... Heres a simple example of a dichotomous key to the five kingdoms ...

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Review of Key Microbial Groups

Review of Key Microbial Groups Domain Bacteria Domain Archaea Domain Eucarya ... in humans and animals; some are pathogens Example: genus Bacteroides Domain Bacteria ...

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Classification

For example, all species of bears are mammals, but ... To use a dichotomous key, begin with the first pair of ... Cell wall structures Domain Eukarya Domain Bacteria ...

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Modern Biology Second Semester Test Review

... of Darwin and Lamarck, using an animal as an example. ... Be able to draw and use a dichotomous key. (Ch 15) ... Describe one symbiotic relationship that a bacteria ...

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2011 MICROBE MISSION SAMPLE

(viruses, bacteria, Archea, algae, protozoa, fungi) 13. Which cells (A, B, and/or ... STATION E: DICHOTOMOUS KEY Use the dichotomous key to identify microbes A-E.

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Lesson Plan one

... other species of animals, plants, fungi and bacteria, is facilitated by the use of dichotomous keys. A dichotomous key ... For example, if they used gender write 1a. Boys ...

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1 Prokaryotes

domains: Bacteria, Archaea, and Eukarya. The prokaryotic Archaea and Bacteria ... 2 Microbe names Bacterium vs human taxonomy A dichotomous key 1a. Prokaryotic MONERA

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Decision Two: The performance or product project

(Include an example Graphic Organizer (GO). See page 27 for ... EQ How do I make a dichotomous key?) Lesson 4 EQ Where are bacteria found in the world?

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Dichotomous Keys

... Bottle Biology: TerrAqua Column, What Is It?, Dichotomous Keys Dichotomous ... present; unicellular or multicellular Domain Eukarya (go to KEY B) * Individual bacteria and ...

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Laboratory 50

This statement will tell what the bacteria are and in ... Dichotomous Key path (see fig H): Below is not a Dichotomous ... See below for an example. Please do not print this ...

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Ch 10 Taxonomy and Classification

... and history among organisms Some obtained from fossil record Most bacteria use ... nonsporing gram positive rods Genus Lactobacillus, listeria A typical dichotomous key ...

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Microbiology

Make a dichotomous key to distinguish among the ... Example of a helical bacterium that ... Nonproteobacteria Gram-Negative Bacteria Learning objective: Make a dichotomous key to

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Appendix A

from the broadest group (ie all bacteria) to the Genus level, the key should be dichotomous, but only the ... Consider the example below. From the Gram stain and ...

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Taxonomy

The acacia and its ants are an example of ... The dichotomous key is the most widely used type in ... kingdom the Archaebacteria Domain Bacteria ...

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