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Clades and Classes
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Classification Methods • By ecology • By form • By ancestry
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Hierarchical Taxonomy of Linnaeus THE RANKS OF OUR SPECIES KINGDOM: ANIMALIA (all living things that develop from a blastula) PHYLUM: VERTEBRATA (all animals that have articulated vertebrae) CLASS: MAMMALIA: (all vertebrates that have hair and feed their young with milk, have a single dentary and three bones in the middle ear) ORDER: PRIMATES (all mammals that have opposable thumbs, forward-facing eyes) FAMILY: HOMINIDAE (all primates that are large, >30-40 kg, tailless, and omnivorous, the Great Apes) GENUS: Homo (hominids that are bipedal with very fine body hair) SPECIES: Homo sapiens (a species of Homo that has a chin and small face)
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Slide #4.

Animal Kingdom
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Slide #5.

Vertebrates
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Mammals within Vertebrates
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Mammals
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Primates
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Hominidae Tree
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Slide #10.

Hominini Tree
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Slide #11.

Types of Clades Used in the Phylocode
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