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Taxonomy - The Classification of Living Things

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Catalogue Number:  KMG036
Producer:  Kunskapsmedia Group
Subject:  Science, Social Studies
Language:  English
Grade Level:  3 - 5, 6 - 8, 9 - 12
Country Of Origin:  Sweden
Copyright Year:  2021
Running Time:  14:20


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There are many species of animals, plants and fungi in the world. But where do these classifications come from? That’s what we’re going to learn in this video! We’ll learn the background of modern taxonomy and how Carl Linnaeus influenced it.  We learn the meaning of terms like species, genus, pathogens and cryptogams. We also learn what domains are and why all organisms have a Latin name.

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