2.2 Animal Biology Terms
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Animals having a common origin and distinguishing characteristics.
A division of the plant or animal kingdom lower than a phylum and higher than an order.
The forming, sorting, apportioning, grouping, or dividing of objects into classes to form an ordered arrangement of items having a defined range of characteristics.
A cultivated variety.
A key for the identification of organisms based on a series of choices between alternative characters.
A division of the classification of life forms beneath order and before genus
A group of species of plants or animals believed to have descended from a common direct ancestor that are similar enough to constitute a useful unit at this level of taxonomy.
Any system of persons or things ranked one above another.
One of the five major areas in which all life forms are classified.
A division of the classification of life forms beneath class and above family.
The highest grouping in the taxonomy of the plant and animal kingdoms, based on assumed common ancestry
In the naming of plants and animals, Latin is used.
The science of classification of organisms and other objects and their arrangement into systematic groups such as species, genus, family, and order.
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