Asked in Biology
What are the two broad categories into which all organisms can be placed?
Asked in Human Anatomy and Physiology
What are the four basic categories into which all of the tissues of the body can be placed?
Asked in Biology
Linnaeus may have used all but What to assign names and categories to organisms?
Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Geometry
What is 4 sided figure that can be placed in the following categories quadrilateral parallelogram rectangle rhombus and square?
Asked in Charles Darwin, Evolution
What did taxonomists learn from Darwin theory of evolution?
Asked in Taxonomy
What are the seven levels of classification for a leech?
All taxes regardless of their label or name could fit into -categories?
Should ambiguous questions be put in a catch-all or should they be answered with the different interpretations?
Questions that do not contain enough information to answer (such as "When did he die?") should be placed into the "Not Enough Info" Catch-All. If a question's meaning is clear, please reword it to a suitable question. Please note that question's categories should not be used as an indicator as to the meaning of the question, as categories are often added using Suggested Categories.
Why isn't there a love category on this site?
Which categories on WikiAnswers are for Supervisors only?
Asked in Waste and Recycling, Ecosystems
Does all micro-organisms feed on dead organisms only?
Asked in Taxes and Tax Preparation
What categories do all taxes regardless of their label or name fit into?
Asked in Home & Garden, Math and Arithmetic
What 3 basic land use patterns found in all cites?
Asked in Paragraph Development
Is cooking a relatively broad or limited paragraph topic?
Let's think this through, shall we? Cooking ... can you divide it down into categories? Well, there's cooking from every different country ... there's slow-cooking ... there's BBQ cooking ... there's cooking in the microwave ... I would say it is a BROAD category! If your category can be divided into many smaller groups, it is broad; if it cannot be divided at all, or just into one or two groups, it is limited or narrow.