In descending order, the seven classification groups are kingdom, phylum, class, order, family, genus and species. Taxonomic classification is used to separate different groups of living organisms according to the charac... More »

Many animal kingdom classification charts include the categories of kingdom, phylum, class, order and family, and finish with genus and species. Some charts also show the division between unicellular and multicellular an... More »

The classification of the 28,000 living fish species varies from one to the next; however, all are part of the Animal Kingdom, the phylum Chordata and the subphylum Vertebrata. Within this subphylum, four different class... More »

The eight levels of biological classification are domain, kingdom, phylum, class, order, family, genus and species. These levels are an important part of taxonomy, which is the science of identifying species and organizi... More »

Many animal kingdom classification charts include the categories of kingdom, phylum, class, order and family, and finish with genus and species. Some charts also show the division between unicellular and multicellular an... More »

A popular mnemonic device for domain, kingdom, phylum, class, order, family, genus, species is "King Philip came over for good soup." The device provides an entertaining way to remember the taxonomic classification syste... More »

Traditional biological taxonomy schemes divide species into seven nested categories called the kingdom, phylum, class, order, family, genus and species. The genus and species names of an organism are usually considered t... More »

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