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2 December, 03:25

What is the second step in the classification of living things?

A.) Assigning them to any of the 6 domains

B.) Assigning them to any of the 3 domains

C.) Assigning them to any of the 6 kingdoms

D.) Assigning them to any of the 3 kingdoms

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  1. 2 December, 03:33
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    I'll go with B, have a good day
  2. 2 December, 04:05
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    B.) Assigning them to any of the 3 domains

    Explanation:

    The second step in the classification of living beings is to assign them to any of the three domains. There are not six domains. Furthermore, there are neither six nor three kingdoms, there are 5 kingdoms.

    The three domains are:

    → Bacteria Domain: It groups most of the unicellular prokaryotes, such as bacteria and cyanobacteria.

    → Domain Archaea: It groups prokaryotes with different biochemical characteristics and that usually inhabit regions with extreme conditions.

    → Eukaria domain: It groups all unicellular and multicellular eukaryotic organisms, such as fungi, animals, plants and organisms previously classified as protists.
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