Discover the systematic grouping of organisms according to the structural or evolutionary relationships among them.
- Classification is the process of grouping together organisms with similar features.
- Multicellular organisms are called animals.
- Molds, mushrooms and yeast are categorized as fungi.
- A species is a group of organisms that interbreeds to produce fertile offspring.
Living things can be organised into categories by grouping together organisms with similar features
There are 5 major groups called kingdoms.
These are based upon an organism's cell structure
Animals – multicellular organisms
Plants – all green plants
Fungi – moulds, mushrooms, yeast
Prokaryotes – ...
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