How does the biological system of classification relate to the diversity of species?
The biological system of classification relates to the diversity of species because the system of classification is how we organize the diversity of species. With out it we would have a hard time trying to determine which animals belong with which group. There would be no order, just chaos of trying to determine animal likeness of one another.
Numbats and bandicoots are both marsupials, but that is where their taxonomic classification similarities end. The numbat's Order is Dasyuomorphia while the bandicoot's Order is Peramelemorphia. The numbat is not closely related to any current, living species. It is considered to have been more closely related to the now-extinct Thylacine, or Tasmanian tiger.
The thoughts of Jean-Paul Sartre do not relate to Christianity. Christianity means we believe in Jesus; that we are saved unto eternal life by the precious blood of Jesus. And Jean-Paul Sartre's thoughts show a diversity from this. When he was asked how he would like to be remembered, he said: "I would like people to remember the milieu or historical situation in which I lived,... how I lived in it, in terms of all…
People often think of evolution as what they call survival of the fittest. However, that means a fight among members of a species. This is not what is really meant. The 'fight' is with the environment and the species and not a fight of one individual with another. If the species has a way of best surviving what the environment throws at it, it will survive. Other species might not and will die out.
Most notably, the genomes of groups of species can be used to construct an evolutionary history of those species, showing how they relate to one another, and what ancestors they share. To a lesser but still important extent, the morphologies of these same species can be used in a similar way. The fossil record can, again similarly, be used to illustrate parts of this history.
Bowen's reaction series depicts the order in which major minerals crystallize at low pressures from a hot, basaltic magma and how that magma changes composition as it gradually cools. In terms of rock classification, the reaction series predicts that Ca-rich plagioclase, olivine, and pyroxenes will crystallize first.
Schizophrenia is a psychotic disorder or group of disorders that affects the normal functioning of the brain and severely impairs thinking, emotion, and behavior. Doctors do not know the specific cause of schizophrenia, but both environmental and genetic factors do play a role. The symptoms of schizophrenia are delusions, hallucinations, flat affect, and disorganized speech, thinking, and behavior. Schizophrenia relates to the biological approach to psychological disorders in that it is a primarily biological disorder…
The verb to relate can be used for a singular or a plural subject; for example: First person, singular: I relate the lines. First person, plural: We relate the lines. Second person, singular: You relate the lines. Second person, plural: You relate the lines. Third person, singular: He relates the lines. She will relate the lines. Third person, plural: They relate the lines.
The word evolution has grown to be rather over-used and sometimes even misused, and is commonly used to refer to non-biological systems when talking about them in a sense of their changes over a period of time. For example, while computer systems do not evolve in the way biological organisms do, they have changed drastically over the years through a series of smaller changes. Outwardly this system appears very similar to biological evolution, and so…