Why do we classify organism
Asked by Sagarmilan144 | 3rd Aug, 2019, 11:20: PM
It is necessary to classify organisms because:
- Classification allows us to understand diversity better.
- It helps in the identification of living organisms as well as in understanding the diversity of living organisms.
- Classification helps us to learn about different kinds of plants and animals, their features, similarities and differences.
- It enables us to understand how complex organisms evolve from simpler organisms.
- To understand and study the features, similarities and differences between different living organisms, they are grouped under different categories.
- Classification is a tool which helps us to deal with a great diversity of living forms.
- It is essential to understand the inter-relationships among the different groups of organisms.
- Classification forms a base for the development of other biological sciences.
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