BLOOD. Hematology. the study of blood, blood forming tissues, and their disorders. Functions of Blood. Transportation oxygen and carbon dioxide nutrients, hormones, metabolic wastes heat Regulation regulates pH through buffer systems regulates body temperatureBy regis
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CLASSIFICATION SYSTEMS. CH 2.3 LIFE OVER TIME. Why do we need a system to classify living organisms?. New Species.
Classification Systems. Spring 2006, 3 April Bharat Mehra IS 520 (Organization and Representation of Information) School of Information Sciences University of Tennessee. Objectives: to understand different subject access methods to compare these methods Part I. Controlled Vocabulary
Classification Systems. Intro to Mapping & GIS. Levels of Measurement. Nominal: “names” of items without intercorrelation Ordinal: implied order without inference to the spaces between values Interval: ranking considering values between Ratio: meaningful base and ratios between values.
CLASSIFICATION SYSTEMS. TAXONOMY aka “systematics” the study of the classification of all living things. WHY CLASSIFY?. Sets up an organized system so scientists can communicate. Shows evolutionary linkages between organisms. The Hierarchical System. Kingdom Phylum Class Order Family
Classification Systems. Taxonomy – branch of biology that deals with classifying and naming living things Aristotle – Ancient Greek Philosopher 1. Lived 2,000 years ago 2. Grouped plants & animals by structural similarities only.
Classification Systems. Why classify organisms? What are characteristics of a good classification system?. Why classify organisms?. Assigns a universally accepted name. Groups have biological meaning. Swedish Botanist Systema Naturae Binomial nomenclature Genus specific epithet example:
Classification Systems. MIT 026B Winter 2002. Classification Schemes. Dewey Decimal Classification Library of Congress Classification Universal Decimal Classification Bibliographic Classification. Classification and the Mind: The Case of Francis Bacon and Melvil Dewey. IMAGINATION POETRY.
Plant Systematics. KingdomDivisionClassSubclassOrderFamiliesGeneraSpeciesSubspecies. Eichler Classification. Kingdom1. Plantae2. AnimalaeDivision1-1. Thallophyta1-2. Bryophyta1-3. Pteridophyta1-4. Spermatophyta. Class1-4-1. Gymnospermae1-4-2. AngiospermaeSubclass1-4-2-1. Monocoty
Major Event Day Classification. Rich Christie University of Washington Distribution Design Working Group Webex Meeting October 26, 2001. Overview. MED definitions Proposed frequency criteria Bootstrap method of evaluation Probability distribution fitting method Comparison.