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Divide And Conquer!

Classification schemes reflect orderly patterns and observable diferences between objects and organisms. One of the most visible differences is between plants and animals. Structural features are more important for classifying organisms than their behavior or general appearance. Earth materials are classified based on structure. Chemists classify matter based upon structure. Like other areas of science, classification systems may change as science develops new knowledge. Explore now how scientists group things.
 
Division By Two! The CD Store
Yes ... But Is It Alive? What is the Pattern?
A Tale Of Two Elephants What You Don't Know Could Hurt You!
But ... What's The Right Way? Unlocking the mysteries!
You've Gotta Pick A Bone Or Two! Using A Taxonomic Key
The Key to It All! How Many Kingdoms Are There?
Does It Fit?  
   

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