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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Taxonomic Classification of Living Organisms What is taxonomy? Taxonomy is the science ofclassification. Taxonomy orders,describes and classifies all of theliving organism on earth, byhaving as its principle unit the"specie". Why do we classify living organisms? Because within our planet there'sa lot of creatures living. And wetry to know, understand, preserveas much as possible all of thisspecies. That's why we classifythem. How do we classify living organisms? By using morphological, behavioral, geneticand biochemical observations, taxonomistsidentify, describe and arrange species intoclassifications. What are the most usefulcharacters that are used toclassify organisms? In the plantae kingdom, they aremorphological characteristics andthe presence of vascular tissue. Is the most general taxon used in classifying organisms. It includes the kingdomsPlantae, Animal, Fungi, Protoctista, Archae, Eubacteria A taxonomic group comprised oforganisms that share acommon attribute. Below the class,and comprisedof families sharinga set ofsimilar nature or character A taxonomic group of one or moregenera, especially sharing acommon attribute. Includes group(s) of species thatare structurally similar orphylogenetically related. An individual belonging to a groupof organisms having commoncharacteristics and (usually) arecapable of mating with oneanother to produce fertile offspring. Plantae Magnoliopsida Malpighiales Rhizophoraceae Rhizophora L Rhizophora mangle L.
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