PowerPoint presentation on species, courtship behaviour and classification - used for AQA A Level Biology (2 hour lesson) but could be easily adapted.
Specification points covered:
Two organisms belong to the same species if they are able to produce
fertile offspring. Courtship behaviour as a necessary precursor to
successful mating. The role of courtship in species recognition.
A phylogenetic classification system attempts to arrange species
into groups based on their evolutionary origins and relationships.
It uses a hierarchy in which smaller groups are placed within larger
groups, with no overlap between groups. Each group is called a
taxon (plural taxa).
One hierarchy comprises the taxa: domain, kingdom, phylum, class,
order, family, genus and species.
Each species is universally identified by a binomial consisting of the
name of its genus and species, eg, Homo sapiens.
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