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Biosystematics

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Biosystematics is a science or discipline of identifying and describing life forms. Biosystematics incorporates a variety of information about life forms but all methods include a taxonomy, or classification system. The actual assumptions used vary between biosystematic methods.

Examples

There are few individual biosystematic methods in use. Below are some notable examples.

External Links

  • Tropical Conservancy's (Ottawa, Canada) page on biosystematics.
  • Definition of biosystematics at Answers.com
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