(Carl von Linne) _____________ has been called the "father of modern taxonomy" because he popularized the system of scientific naming of species that we use today, uses the two part Latin name
Commonly, an organism within a genus. Technically ________ is designated by a binomial consisting of genus and specific epithet.
the arrangement of organisms by their physical similarities, which reflect historical and evolutionary relationships
the naming and classifying of species, or a category in a formal system of classification.
a taxonomic classification below species that groups organisms that live in different geographical areas, differ morphologically from other populations of the species, but can interbreed with other populations of the species
within a family, each group is called a ________ and is composed of one or more species.
each related group within an order is called a ________.
within a class, each group is called an _________.
each group within a phylum is called a _______.
each related group within a kingdom is called a __________.
A taxonomic group higher than phylum and lower than domain (Plantae)
The most general, highest taxonomic category of organisms.
A named group of organisms at any level of hierarchy.
The modern scientific study of the evolutionary relationships among organisms.