Biological Classification - Day 1

Unit 8: Evolution
Lesson 14 of 17

Objective: Students will be able to explain the Linnaean system use it to classify living organisms according to a variety of common features.

Big Idea: Ideas about how things are classified prompt questions about relationships.

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Science, Genetics, Evolution, fossil record (Evolution), natural selection (Evolution), Biological Classification, fossils, genetic drift, cladistics, mutations, embryology
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