classification

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what are the seven classification groups?
kingdom, phylum, class, order, family, genus, species
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why are binomial names important?
1. allows to communicate even with different languages 2. carry out correct conervation 3. allows us to be specific
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what are five kingdoms?
animal, plants, fungi, protoctista, prokaryotes
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what are the two groups of phylum?
back bone and no backbone
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what are the five backbone classes?
mammals, birds, amphibian, fish, reptiles
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what is the definition of species?
a group of organisms that are similar to each other in appearence, physiology, biochemistry and behaviour and can interbreed to produce fertile offspring.
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taxonomy definition
study of princliple behind classification
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