How do biologists learn which organisms we're th...

asked Jan 11 in Physics by Calea
How do biologists learn which organisms we're the ancestors of today's plants?

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answered Jan 11 by anonymous

by classifying into categories that get smaller and smaller  these are the classification steps :  life , domain , kingdom , phylum , class,  order , family , genus , and species every time you narrow it down the option gets smaller and smaller till there's none left except the species it self .


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