Which classification system?
Aristotles' system classified animals according to reproduction.
Until Carl Linaeus, the classification system went through several modifications. Around 1735, Linaeus used 2 kingdoms, plants and animals.
In 1866, Haeckel added a new kingdom-protista and changed vegetabilia to plantae.
In 1925, Chatton came along and reorganized the system into 2 empires--prokaryota and eukaryota.
In 1938, Copeland came along and reorganized the system into 4 kingdoms--protoctista, fungi, plantae, animalia.
In 1969, Whittaker reorganized our classification system into 5 kingdoms--monera, protista, fungi, plantae, animalia.
A few short years later, in 1977, Woese and his associates came along and reorganized the system again--into 6 kingdoms--eubacteria, archaebacteria, protista, fungi, plantae, and animalia.
Then, in 1990, Woese and his associates came along and reorganized our classification system again into 3 domains--bacteria, archaea, and eukarya.
Currently, we have the Cavalier-Smith classification--or at least the last time I checked. Another system may have cropped up since then. This was in 2004. We have 6 kingdoms now--bacteria, protozoa, chromista, fungi, plantae, and animalia.
However, with our current trend in classifying (which to me, seems more like an elaborate venn diagram system that's used to understand what we learn rather than hard facts of nature), and taking into account our increasing understanding of DNA and whatnot, I suspect we'll all be learning a new classification system by genomes instead of physical characteristics and this method will be thrown out all together.
Aristotle Was the first person to create a classification system.
Linnaeus 1707-1778 developed the system. He was born in Sweden.
Carlos Linnaeus came up with it and it is the classification of animals. Binomial means two and nomenclature means classifying system. That is what a binomial nomenclature technically is.
No one really came up with 7 levels of classification because it was invented by groups of scientists over time.
Good Question! Aristotle the greek philosopher, is the one who came up with it! -tay
Luke Howard, born in 1772 in London, came up with the names for clouds based on a classification system he developed.
Carl Linnaeus is the person that came up with the classification system that is used to name plants and animals. He was also a botanist and a zoologist.
"What are the classification under the dovey decimal classification system?"
I dont know that is why i came to this page.
The classification system is named after Carl Linneaus because he was the one to come up with the idea of classifying animals and other living things.
classification system of grasshopper
the classification system in a library is called the Dewey Decimal system
Aristotle developed the first classification system.
Look up the Dewey-decimal system.
the largest category in the classification system is kingdom
Aristotle was the first to use a classification system.
The classification system is based on the Latin language.
for the easy classification of this system