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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Why do we classify living organisms?Because the evolution of plants having a change with respect to ancestral types. That is; the modern taxonomy has established that the phylogenetic relationships of existing plants are relationship with the plants ancestral.The group vegetal of the plants not grow in a straight line, but right in the branches of different sizes and with different capacity of adaptation.How do we classify living organisms?For register the plant in a category indicated. Depending on its relationship and characteristics. Taxonomic Classification of Living Organisms Domains: There are three domains names and are Bacteria, Eukarya and Archea. These three domains have prokaryotic cell. Many prokaryotic cell are unicellular and very small. The and are Monera; But actually are very different because.The domain Eukarya are eukaryotic cells. This have five kingdoms, many eukaryotic cells are unicellular. This domain have three kingdom and are: Plantae, Fungi and Animalia. Domain Bacterium: Bacterium.Domain Prokaryotic: Archae. Are lives in extreme places; example, salt lake. Domain Eukaryotic: Protist, Plantae, Fungi amd Animalia. kingdom Plantae: Comprising of eukaryotic cell, Comprising of eukaryotic cells that make photosynthesis. Transforms the energy in alimen.Protist: Are eukaryotic cells. Fungi: Fungi kingdom are descompose organic material. Bacterium: Are prokaryotic more diverse and have many kingdom. Animalie: Are organism that are makes by eukaryotic cells. They eat other organism. Phyla: Puts clases into Phyla( in singular, phylum). Division : Is a division of the invertebrates containing segment, coelomate protostome. And has endings, such as: phyta. Example; chlorophyta, filicophyta, etc. Class: A gruop used in the classification of organism. It is a subdivision of a phylum, And it is in turn subdivided into orders. The character of this classification is: ae--------------- Hepaticaeeae-------------Dicotiledonaeineae------------Filicineaephyceae--------Chlorophyceaemycetes--------Ascomyceteslinchenes-------AsocolichenesOrder: Puts families in orders. Has ending, such as: ales.Family: In taxonomy, a cluster of related genera. It could be related to genre or group can be a unique genre. Has endind is: aceae.Example. Rosaceae, is Rosa; Poacae, is pastures, etc. Genre: Sometimes the genre is using for one species or many species.One example is; pinus.It is a species of the pino. Species: Taxonomic ( morphological; phenetic) species: Phenotypically distinctive groups of coexisting organism. It is the set of all individuals that resemble one another. And originate fertiles indibividuals of generation in generation. Bibliography.Rodriguez Bertha C, Mexico. Botanica Sistemática. University press; 1985.Viverochaclacayo © 2010, Desarrollado por Bibliography.1.- Rodriguez Bertha C, (1985) Botanica sistematica. Mexico. Imprenta universitaria de la UACH. 2.- A dictionary of genetics. (ed.) ( 1997) Fifh edition. New York: Oxford University Press. 3.- Campbell, Neil A. and Reece, Jane B. (2007) Biology. Editorial medica: Panamericana. 7 ed. Buenos Aires; Madrid. 4.- Mrs. Smiley Belle's Science. Biology . [Online] Available from: [ Accessed: 19 th January 2015].5.- Garza, Maru. [Online] September 4 th, 2014. Available from: [ Accessed: 17 th January 2015].6.- N/A. [Online] Available from: [ Accesed: 17 th January 2015].
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