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  • Created on: 07-12-19 22:24


Classification - is organising living organisms into groups by looking at similarities and differences between organisms that allow us to classify them into groups 

two different classification systems that scientists use:

artificial classification, these systems use observable features for example if the bird has wings it can fly

artificial classification systems are still used to make keys to that scientists can easily identify and group organisms however it is no longer the best way to classify organisms 

Natural classification, use evolutionary relationships 

natural classification systems use info about organisms' common ancestors and about the common structural factors to sort organisms. for example, even though bats and humans have many differences, the bone structure…


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