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GCSE level School Biology Notes: How we classify living organisms

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The CLASSIFICATION of living organisms - plants and animals - prokaryotes and eukaryotes


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Sub-index of pages on classification in biology

(1) Traditional method of classifying living organisms - Linnaean system of five kingdoms

(2) Examples of using the traditional system: From kingdom to species

(3) The classification of vertebrates and some problems with classification

(4) Other examples of classifications: Arthropods and plants

(5) Modern developments in the classification of living things - the three domain system

(6) An evolutionary tree of life based on modern genetics (read 5 first)

(7) The naming of organisms - Linnaeus Latin names of the binomial system

See also extensive section on Evolution

and Cell Structure - eukaryotes and prokaryotes

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