- Life Sciences
the practice and science of classification. This is the part of systematics that is only concerned with providing scientific names for organisms, describing them and preserving collections of them, and providing classifications for the organisms, keys for their identification, and data on their distributions.
the cartilaginous flap at the top of the mammalian trachea, which closes off the entrance to the...
the non-living ground tissue with thick-walled cells that gives strength, support and protection...
the abiotic components relating to the physical nature of an area.