Classifying organisms. Ohio Learning Standards.
Ohio Learning Education Standards. Scientific classification is the process of grouping living organisms into certain categories based on their characteristics, traits, and appearance. The order of scientific classification is kingdom, phylum, class, order, family, genus, and species. Each time we move to a different classification category, the groups get
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Ohio Learning Standards
LIFE SCIENCE (LS)
Topic: Earth’s Living History - This topic focuses on using fossil evidence and living organisms to observe that suitable habitats depend upon a combination of biotic and abiotic factors.
4.LS.2: Fossils can be compared to one another and to present-day organisms according to their similarities and differences.
The concept of biodiversity is expanded to include different classification schemes based upon shared internal and external characteristics of organisms.
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