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In science, the practice of classifying organisms is called taxonomy (Taxis means arrangement and nomos mean method). The modern taxonomic system was developed by the Swedish botanist Carolus Linnaeus (1707-1778). He used simple physical characteristics of organisms to identify and differentiate between different species and is based on genetics. Linnaeus developed a hierarchy of groups for taxonomy

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They are generally free-living unicellular organisms that reproduce by fission. The discussion above shows the difficulty involved in classification. Their genetic material is concentrated in a non-membrane-bound nuclear area. Motility in bacteria is by a flagellar structure that is different from the eukaryotic flagellum. For example, one traditional classification of the Aschelminthes, presented below and in the article aschelminth, divides the phylum Aschelminthes into five classes: Rotifera, Gastrotricha, Kinorhyncha, Nematoda, and Nematomorpha.

Glossary CLASSIFICATION grouping organisms according to structural similarities B Classification of living organisms If you have ever been to a library, you will know how much easier it is to find a book on a particular subject if the books are arranged in subject groups

Glossary CLASSIFICATION grouping organisms according to structural similarities B Classification of living organisms If you have ever been to a library, you will know how much easier it is to find a book on a particular subject if the books are arranged in subject groups. The use of the hierarchical classification system Hint In print, Latin names are written in italics. Hint Living things are called organisms

Synopsis and Classification of Living Organisms. McGraw-Hill, New York.

Synopsis and Classification of Living Organisms. Tropicos (2012) The Index of Mosses database.

Synopsis and Classification of Living Organisms, v. 2. McGraw-Hill; New York. Valentine, J. W. 1981. Emergence and radiation of multicellular organisms. In: Billingham, . ed. In: Parker, S. Synopsis and Classification of Living Organisms, v. The Pliensbachian and Tithonian extinction events.

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