What is Classification and its Importance in Biology
Classification and its Importance
Classification is the arrangement of organisms into groups and sub-groups.
Aims and Objectives:
The aims and objectives of classification are as under:
- i) Determine similarities and differences between organisms.
- ii) Arrange organisms according to similarities and differences.
iii) Identify the organisms on the basis of structure and prominent features.
- iv) Finds out inter relationship of organisms
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