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Heyy umm could someone explain to me the relationship between phylogeny and classification

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Heyy umm could someone explain to me the relationship between phylogeny and classification

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Seriously, have you looked it up first? I don't get what you're stuck on.
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Seriously, have you looked it up first? I don't get what you're stuck on.
I know what they are but i cant explain the relationship
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Heyy umm could someone explain to me the relationship between phylogeny and classification

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According to my spec, what you need to know about classification is basically the Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, Species system.
Where molecular phylogeny is relevant, is for the alternative classification system of the 3 Domains- Bacteria, Archaea and Eukaryotae.
In the Domain system, the Bacteria and Archaea are both prokaryota- thus make up the Kingdom 'Prokaryota', whereas the Eukraryotae make up the 4 other kingdoms- Protoctista, Fungi, Animalia and Plantae.
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