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why do biologists classify organisms
to find out how closely related they are to eachother
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what does classification mean
organising living organisms into groups
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what organism can you not classify
viruses because they are non living
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what dos vertebrate mean
animals with a backbone
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which groups of organisms has a supporting rod at the back of the body
animals in the phylum chordata
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why isn't it always to classify organisms
because some organisms do not interbreed which means only one parent is needed
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what are the five groups that vertebrates are divided into
fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals
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what does invertebrate mean
animals without a backbone
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