How to classify - Carly Geller 2/8/12 Entomology Spring...

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Carly Geller 2/8/12 Entomology Spring 2012 Since it is the year 1750 and there is not yet a rhyme or reason for how to classify organisms, I want to put all of the organisms into a systematic order. There needs to be a way to categorize organisms if we want to be able to research similarities and differences among species. Though there are many ways to categorize organisms, the best way to classify them is by observing their physical traits. Physical traits are what we obviously see when we look at any organism, so therefore, the classification and categorization would be much easier if we look at physical features. I will put all of my organisms into a systematic order, make a basis for my organization, and even allow for newly found organisms. This way, not just scientists will be able to easily identify various organisms on our planet. Let us begin by saying that the basis for my organization is physical features. I will categorize all of the living species in the world in three parts. The three parts
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This note was uploaded on 03/07/2012 for the course ENTOMOLOGY 201 taught by Professor Goodman during the Spring '12 term at Wisconsin.

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How to classify - Carly Geller 2/8/12 Entomology Spring...

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