IntroductionBiological classification,or scientificclassification in biology,is a method of scientifictaxonomy used to gro...
Biologist such as Ernst Haeckel, Robert Whittakerand Carl Woese have tried to classify all livingorganisms into broad cate...
Kingdom                            Seven chief groups make upPhylum / Division           a system in scientific           ...
Kingdom• Kingdom is the  largest unit of  biological  classification.• In the animal  kingdom, the term  phylum is used  i...
SpeciesIt is the basic unit ofclassification. Membersof a species can breedwith one another, andon growing up, theyoung on...
Hierarchy of Classification Groups - Biology
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Hierarchy of Classification Groups - Biology

  1. 1. IntroductionBiological classification,or scientificclassification in biology,is a method of scientifictaxonomy used to groupand categorize organismsinto groups such as genusor species. These groupsare known as taxon.
  2. 2. Biologist such as Ernst Haeckel, Robert Whittakerand Carl Woese have tried to classify all livingorganisms into broad categories called kingdoms.
  3. 3. Kingdom Seven chief groups make upPhylum / Division a system in scientific classification .The groups Class are: Order Family Genus Species
  4. 4. Kingdom• Kingdom is the largest unit of biological classification.• In the animal kingdom, the term phylum is used instead of division , in the plant kingdom.
  5. 5. SpeciesIt is the basic unit ofclassification. Membersof a species can breedwith one another, andon growing up, theyoung ones look verymuch like the parents.No two species in agenus have the samescientific name

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