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Species
A set of animals or plants in which the members have similar characteristics to each other.
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Vertibrtes
Having a back bone.
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Invertibrates
Not having a back bone.
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Classification
The act or purpose of dividing things in groups according to their type.
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Decomposer
An organsim that causes decomposition or decay, for example bacteria and fungi are an aimportant part in natural recycling.
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3 Domain System
Ancient Bacteria, Bacteria and Cells with a neuclus. The 3 domain system is now the preffered way of classifing things, and based on the similarities of the genetic sequence.
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Universal Language
All scientists use the smae language to name each organism, becuase the common names will be different in other countires.
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Adaptation
A feature to help and animal or plant adapt to their environment.
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Natural Selection
Survival of the fittest.
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Morphological Features
Scientists use morphological features (the shape and structure of the body) and the structure of the DNA to group living things.
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Having a back bone.

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Not having a back bone.

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The act or purpose of dividing things in groups according to their type.

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An organsim that causes decomposition or decay, for example bacteria and fungi are an aimportant part in natural recycling.

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