biological classification

biological classification

the arrangement of organisms into taxa (see TAXON on the basis of their genetic relationships.
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biological classification of Toxoplasma, risk for death from dengue virus), and academic readers would be wise to follow their noses to the source material, much of which McNeil lists by chapter at the end of the book.
The author argues that the racial typing of human beings began as scientists and philosophers sought to create taxonomies for all of nature, including human beings, and shows how their biological classification of non-Europeans and non-whites into non-human categories later became a justification of slavery.
organism independently of current biological classification and nomenclature.
Each animal has a one- or two-page layout that includes biological classification, factoids and poems.
Gotthelf explores the implications of evidence within that letter to the effect that, in the few pages of Ogle's translation of Aristotle that Darwin read prior to his death, Darwin recognized that Aristotle was on his way to a workable scheme of biological classification, and that Darwin approved of Aristotle's attempts to explain the nature of biological parts on the basis of their function.
The separation and ordering of species into genera and families consists of grouping species according to common characteristics using Linnaean Taxonomy, a modern-day biological classification system.
The advent of genomic technologies has enhanced the diagnosis and the biological classification of such pathology.
Using dynamically updated web features, users can view and map the distribution of invasive alien species in Europe and select them using criteria ranging from their environment (terrestrial, marine or fresh water) and their biological classification to the pathways of their introduction.
Upper elementary school and middle school teachers may find this book useful as an introduction to a lesson on biological classification or animal behavior.
The award was presented to the two colleagues in recognition of their contributions to the field of biological classification by the Linnaean Society of London and the International Institute for Species Exploration at Arizona State University.
The word "race," however, more correctly refers to a "species"--Species: species noun; biology taxonomic group: a subdivision of a genus considered as a basic biological classification and containing individuals that resemble one another and may interbreed.

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