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finals help

last stack with a few odds and ends second semester final

Who is known as the father of taxonomy and binomial nomenclature Linnaeus
Linnaeus's classification system was based on 2 things ______ and _______ morphology ( structures) and behavior
Linnaeus naming system was called ? explain briefly binomial nomenclature ... 2 taxa or group names are used genus and species
How did Darwin's theory of natural selection change taxonomy? they started to used evolutionary relationships when classifying organisms into groups
Plants with wood stems are commonly called ....give 2 trees and shrubs ( or bushes)
Plants with soft green stems such as tulips, peas, and dandelions are called herbaceous
What are two functions of fruits protect seeds and method of seed dispersal to get seed away from parents and reduce competition
Created by: shemehl