Biology 2

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what is classification?
Classification is organising living organisms into groups.
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what is natural classification systems?
Natural classification systems are basedon the evolutionary relationships and genetic similarities between organisms.
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what is artificial classification systems?
Artificial classification systems are based on appearance rather than genes. They're used to identify organisms.
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what are the six types of plant kingdoms?
Phylum, class, order, family, genus, species.
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how can evolutionary relationships shown?
Evolutionary relationships can be shown with evolutionary trees.
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1)what do evolutionary trees show?
Evolutionary trees show how closely related different species are to each other.
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2) what do evolutionary trees show?
Evolutionary trees show common ancestors and relationships between species.
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species
A SPECIES is a group of organisms which can INTERBREED to produce FERTILE OFFSPRINGS.
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what is asexual reproduction?
Asexual reproduction is some organisms, such as bacteria, reproducing asexually. it is where an organism reproduces by making a copy of itself.
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what is Hybrids?
Hybrid
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