How Are Living Things Classified?

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Living things are classified depending on quite a few different factors, what they eat, what their body temperature is, where they live, what they look like, ect.
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based on the common traits. Well, many ways of doing so, the main one is to divide into 2 subcategories: vertebrates (with backbone) and invertebrates (without backbone) You can go
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Living organisms are placed in different groups according to how closely they are related. Closely related organisms are defined as individual species that belong to the same genus.
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Taxonomy is the science for classifying organisms (although it's starting to become Phylogeny, but I digress. These sayings stand for the taxomonic categories. Domain (which I' don't
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Taxonomy. is a study of classification. Most taxonomy systems I have come across classifies an entity under a particular section. Most realworld objects can be classified under many
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Living things are classified into different groups depending on their genetic similarities. Living things can be Archaea, Eubacteria or Eukaryota.
All living things are made up of cells. Living things are defined as anything that is or has ever been alive such as animals and plants. Things that are alive breathe, grow, excrete, and reproduce.
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