First prep. Unit Three - mls

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Transcript First prep. Unit Three - mls

First prep.
Unit Three
Lesson one
Diversity and Adaptation in
living organisms
Diversity and Adaptation in Living Organism
First: Classifying plants according to the
shape
Second: Classifying plants according to the
reproduction style
Third: Classifying living organisms
according to the nature of body
supporting
Fourth: Classifying arthropods according
to the number of legs
Fifth: Classifying mammals according to the
type and number of teeth
First: Classifying plants according to the shape
Some plants can’t be
distinguished into roots, stem
and leaves such as the green,
red and brown algae
Most plants can be
distinguished into roots,
stems and leaves such as
corn, wheat, palms
Second: Classifying plants according
to the reproduction style
1.Plants reproduce by formation of spores: Voughair and
Adiantum are examples of small terrestrial plants that are known
as fern
Adiantum
Spermatophytes
2.Plants reproduce by the formation of seeds
Gymnosperms: The seeds of these plants are formed
inside cones such as:
Pine plants
Cycas
B) Angiosperms (flowering plants)
Monocotyledon plants: such
as Maize and wheat plants
Dicotyledonous plants: such
as beans and pea plants
Wheat
Pea
Third: Classifying living organisms according to
the nature of body supporting
A) Soft bodies: Such as jelly fish, octopus and worms
where the body doesn’t have a support
B) Supported bodies: These animals are
divided according to the location of the support
Animals with external
support such as mussels and
snails
Animal with internal support
as in vertebrates such as fish,
reptiles, birds and mammals
Classifying arthropods animals according
to the number of legs
1.Insects: Have three pairs of joint legs such as locusts, bees,
flies and cockroaches
Arachnids: have four pairs of joint legs
such as the spider and scorpion
Myriapods
Scolopendra
Julius
Fifth: classifying mammals according
to the type and number of teeth
A) Edentates ( Teeth less mammals)
Sloth
Armadillo
B) Mammals having teeth
1. Animals have front teeth
2. Animals have pointed
extending outwards such as:
canines and molars with sharp
hedgehog to capture the insects projections such as the lion and
tiger
3.Animals have sharp incisors
Rodents
Have one pair of
incisors in each jaw as the
rat and squirrel
Lagomorphs
Have two pairs of incisorsinthe
upper jaw and only one pair in the
lower jaw such as the rabbit
Some definitions
Taxonomy
:
It is a branch of biology
searching the
similarities and
differences among
living organisms, and
placing the similar ones
in groups according to
a certain system in
order to ease their
studying
Species
Is a group of more
similar living
organisms shape that
can reproduce to
give birth of new
fertile individuals
that are able to
reproduce and
keeping the existence
of the species