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How Do Biologists Group Living Things?

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Biologists group organisms using characteristics. The broadest grouping is the Kingdom, and there are five kingdoms including plants, and animals.
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they dunk it in the trunl.
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Living things are complex.Their beings are comprised of one or more cells, the microscopic building blocks of any living thing. Cells that join forces to complete a shared task form
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In biology, kingdom is a taxonomic
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It should be shared, derived characteristics. They are the ones that are most meaningful for classification. PS: By the way, I am very unsure of my answer.
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