If you’re revising, don’t waste your time watching this – what is the true call of the wild? Here we travel down a very special river and are introduced to a wide variety of the animal kingdom who all contribute their name for the sake of music:
BioKnowledgy Presentation on 5.3 Classification of biodiversity from Chris Paine
IB Biology 5.3 Slides: Classification & Taxonomy from Jacob Cedarbaum
A couple of introductory TED-Ed videos: (6m) and the secret life of plankton (5m 27s). how life came to land
Classification of Living Things (4m):
An animated tutorial from McGraw Hill Education on the Three Domains and here is the tree of life: the ancestors’ tale in OneZoom.
In ‘ ’ The Classification of Life , Paul Andersen explains the goal of classification as well as its history (you won’t be tested on this but it’s important) and in The Three Domains of Life he describes the three domains.
In Crash Course Biology #19 – Taxonomy: Life’s Filing System , Hank tells us the background story and explains the importance of the science of classifying living things. In #22 – Simple Animals: Sponges, Jellies & Octopuses , Hank introduces us to the “simplest” of the animals and i n #23 – Complex Animals: Annelids & Arthropods , Hank continues our exploration of animal phyla with the more complexly organised annelida and arthropoda.
, a TED-Ed lesson in 5m. The three different ways mammals give birth
A quiz on Plant Classification (good luck!).
The importance of classification – woodlice names in the UK & elsewhere .
Key terms as flashcards from Quizlet (you also can test yourself in a number of ways):