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Systematics in biology:

  1. Systematics is the study of classification of living organisms, with emphasis on their evolutionary relationships.
  2. It is the systematic study of the living beings based on the similarities and differences.
  3. The term systematics was coined by Linnaeus.
  4. He first used the term in his book ‘ Systema Naturae’.
  5. Systematics includes classification, taxonomy and nomenclature.
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