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PUT THESE TAXA IN ORDER PUT THESE TAXA IN ORDER from top to bottom from top to bottom A) Genus A) Genus B) Family C) Kingdom C) Kingdom D) Species D) Species E) Order E) Order F) Phylum F) Phylum G) Class G) Class
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Species Formation Species are in a hierarchy: DOMAIN KINGDOM PHYLUM (Division) Class Order Family Genus Species
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Who created the binomial Who created the binomial system of system of system of system of nomenclature and most of nomenclature and most of the major taxonomic the major taxonomic categories? categories? A) Lamarck A) Lamarck B) Linnaeus B) Linnaeus C) Darwin C) Darwin D) Lyell E) Lysenko
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What is a species? Species == “kind” or “type” in Latin Typological species == each kind of organism is fixed and immutable and can be represented by an ideal individual, the type specimen (Linnaean Nomenclature) Biological definition of species == Reproductively isolated group of actually interbreeding natural populations that produce fertile offspring
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This note was uploaded on 06/24/2008 for the course BIO 200 taught by Professor Herreid during the Fall '07 term at SUNY Buffalo.

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