how are the areas of study - evolution and classification - interlinked?

 Evolution and classification are linked in the following ways--->

1. Classification can be carried out when evolution is traced out.

2. Evolution traces helps in a lot of classification

3. It helps to study both the areas interlinked.

4.It defines the hierarchy of an organism from its beginning

Fact-----> If you study about evolution it is obvious you will get about classification...

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 Evolution: Most of the life forms that we see today have arisen from the accumulation of changes in the body design of ancient organisms. This slow change in the body design of an organism over a long period of time is termed as evolution. It helps an organism to survive in its surroundings.

Classification allows things to be identified and categorized on the basis of structure and function of an organism, and accordingly, we can refer to them as primitive or advanced organisms. Therefore, classification helps in predicting the line of evolution.

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ANS: Classification of an organism is done on the basis of relative similarities and differences present in them. They are similar because they have arisen from common ancestors and differences in them is due to adaptation to different types of environment .The classification shows the orderly increase in the complexity of the organisms which indicate the concept of evolution.Thus both these terms are interlinked.

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Classification involves grouping of organism into a formal system based on similarities in internal and external structure or evolutionary history.

Two species are more closely related if they have more characteristics in common. And if two species are more closely related, then it means they have a more recent ancestor.

For example, in a family, a brother and sister are closely related and they have a recent common ancestor i.e., their parents. A brother and his cousin are also related but less than the sister and her brother. This is because the brother and his cousin have a common ancestor i.e., their grandparents in the second generation whereas the parents were from the first generation.

With subsequent generations, the variations make organisms more different than their ancestors.

This discussion clearly proves that we classify organisms according to their resemblance which is similar to creating an evolutionary tree.

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Living organisms are identified and grouped according to their body design in relation to their form and function. Some characteristics are likely toi make more wide-ranging changes in body design than others. There is a roleof time in this as well. So once a certain body design comes into existence, it has an effect on allother succeeding design changes, since it already exists. Thus characteristics that came into existence earlier are more fundamental those which come into existence later. Thus classification of life forms is closely related to their evolution. Most life-forms seen today have arisen by an accumulation of changes in body design that allows the organism possessing them to survive better.

When the idea of evolution is connected to classsification, it can be seen that some organisms with ancient body designs have not changed much whereas other organisms have evolved their particular body designs relatively recently.

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The modern system of classification is also called phylogenetic classification; which means it is based on evolutionary relationships. Hence, evolution and classification are closely related. Classification can be carried out when evolution is traced out. Evolution traces helps in a lot of classification.. It helps to study both the areas interlinked.It defines the hierarchy of an organism from its beginning
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classification is the process of grouping organisms with the same or similar characteristics. The more characteristics that organisms would have in common would depict that such organisms have evolved from the same and more recent ancestor.

for eg : classification of homologous organs show that organisms which have organs of similar structures but different functions are to be evolved from a common and more recent ancestor.similarly orgainisms which have organs that have similar functions but different structures are to be closely related to each other.

the study of evolution has shown how different structures have evolved and perform different functions. for eg: birds used feathers for protecting themselves from the cold weather but now wings are used for flying.

the study of evolution has also shown the amount of time taken for the development of new species and organs and molecular phylogeny helps us understand the development and variations that took place in the dna which lead to such variations.
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i forgot to add the term analogous organs in the second point ...
in the third point a line could be added stating birds and reptiles are therefore closely related to eachother
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Classification and evolution are interlinked bcoz each one has evolved from same ancestor in past. Classification is linked to evolution as- 1.The more similarities any two organism the more early they will have a common ancestor in the past. 2.The less are the similarities the more generations it will take to have a common ancestor in the past.
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Organisms are classified on the basis of similarities and differences amongst them. Thus, organisms with similar features are grouped together. If another organism shows all the features of a particular group and some modifications over it, then it is said to be more evolved. So one can say that in a particular group the organism would have co-evolved.
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Both evolution and classification are interlinked can be seen by following terms 1 classification of species is reflection of their evolutionary relationship. 2 The more characteristic two species have in common it means the more closely they are related. 3 The more closely they are related , more recently they have a common ancestor. 4 similarities among organisms allows us to group them together and to study there characteristic.
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Organisms differ in their form, structure and mode of living. Hence, based on their similarities they should be grouped. The grouping of related organisms helps us in studying their evolutionary relationships. Classification is the division of organisms on the basis of characteristics into groups and sub-groups. A characteristic may be a particular form or function. For example, classification of animals can be done based on some criteria. Criteria for classification: Animals are classified on the basis of different features. *Cellular or tissue level of body organisation. *Body symmetry. *Type of body cavity called as coelom. *Presence or absence of segmentation. *Presence or absence of a backbone. Evolution: It is the sequence of gradual changes over millions of years in which new species are produced. Classification of species is done by knowing the characteristics which evolved over a long period of time.
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evolution involves finding similar characteristics among organism to trace back their
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  • different forms of organisms are have evolved  during the course of evolution,and classification deals with grouping of these organisms into groups and subgroups based on similarities and difference
  • the more characteristics any two species have in common more closely they are related
  • thus classification helps in tracing the evolutionary relationships between the two organisms
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Classification is based on similarities and differences. The more characteristic two individuals or species have in common the more closely they are related to . They mist have evolved from a common ancestor similarly more differences mean different adaptations and divergence from common ancestor in the remote past
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I have an better ans Every species or organisms has inbuilt tendency for genetic variation which plays an important role in the origin of new species and forms the the basis for evolution. Organisms appear to be same because of similarity in their inherited body designs.The more characteristics two species have in common, the more closely they are related. And they are likely to have a a common ancestor more recently. Classification of organisms necessarily involves, organizing them in different groups, based on the similarities and differences of characteristics. Classifying organisms helps us in recognizing the basic arrangement of a hierarchical structure among diverse species. It tells us about the resemblances and relationships between various organisms thus facilitating studies or research of wide variety associated with organisms effortlessly. In fact, classification of species is a reflection of their evolutionary relationship. Thus, we can say, the areas of study evolution and classification interlinked
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Every species or organism have inbuilt tendencies for genetic variations which play an important role in the origin of new species and forms the basis for evolution.Organism appear to be same because of similarity in there inherited body designs.The more charecteristics two species have in common, the more closely they  are related/And they r likely to have an common ancestor more recently.Classification of organisms necessarily involves, organising them in different groups , based on the similarities and differences of charecteristics.Classifing organisms help us in recognizing the basic arrangement of a hierarchical structure among diverse species.It tells about the resemblance and relationships between various organisms thus  facilitating studies or research of wide variety associated with organism effortlessly.Infact classification of species is a reflection of there evolutionary relationship.Thus we can ay the area of study evolution and classification are interlinked.
 
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EVOLUTION:   It the process it which new species have arisen due to number of variations
CLASSIFICATION:  The process of grouping the individuals into different kingdoms, classes. groups etc for better study of biodiversity 
Therfore, classification is due to evolution
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because they both are interlinked
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The more characteristics two species have in common, the more they are related. The more they are related, the  more recently will they have had a common ancestor. So, it can be said that slassification, infact is a reflevction of their evolutionary relationship.
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It can be interlinked on the basis of evidence of evolution also???
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Can we say that evolution or classification is same
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Aquired trait is defined as a characteristic or trait that produces phenotype that is a result of an environmental influence . It cannot be passed on genetically. For example -- We can't inherit our uncle's knowledge, skills, ideas , memories, etc. Inherited trait in someone is some as a permanent or inseparable element , quality, or attribute which is transferred genetically.
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Genetic Drift-- its is the change in the frequency of an existing gene varient in a population due to random sampling of organisms. Mutation--when a gene is altered in any way it changes a trait or characteristic. This is known as mutation.
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The more characteristics two species will have in common the more closely they are related. The more closer they related the more recently they will have had a common ancestor. So it can be said that classification of species is,in fact, a reflectiontion of the evolutionary relationship.
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Classification is the grouping and naming of organisms on basis of similarities and differences. Classification is done on basis of ancestral characteristics and derived characteristics. So, on moving from a simple life forms to complex life forms means that we are actually tracing path of evolution. All life forms on Earth have changed during evolution. So, the heirarchy based on this classification throws a light on their evolutionary relationship.
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Evolution involves finding similar charactersitics among organisms to trace back their ancestors, if they existed. Classification also involves the same procedure of grouping together organisms with similar features. In fact, classification has helped in the study of evolution.
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Evolution: Most of the life forms that we see today have arisen from the accumulation of changes in the body design of ancient organisms. This slow change in the body design of an organism over a long period of time is termed as evolution. It helps an organism to survive in its surroundings. Classification allows things to be identified and categorized on the basis of structure and function of an organism, and accordingly, we can refer to them as primitive or advanced organisms. Therefore, classification helps in predicting the line of evolution.
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Evolution and classification are linked in the following ways---> 1. Classification can be carried out when evolution is traced out. 2. Evolution traces helps in a lot of classification 3. It helps to study both the areas interlinked. 4.It defines the hierarchy of an organism from its beginning Fact-----> If you study about evolution it is obvious you will get about classification... Hope it helps!!!
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Organisms differ in their form, structure and mode of living. Hence, based on their similarities they should be grouped. The grouping of related organisms helps us in studying their evolutionary relationships. Classification is the division of organisms on the basis of characteristics into groups and sub-groups. A characteristic may be a particular form or function.
For example, classification of animals can be done based on some criteria.

Criteria for classification: Animals are classified on the basis of different features.
*Cellular or tissue level of body organisation.
*Body symmetry.
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Type of body cavity called as coelom.
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Presence or absence of segmentation.
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Presence or absence of a backbone.

Evolution: It is the sequence of gradual changes over millions of years in which new species are produced. Classification of species is done by knowing the characteristics which evolved over a long period of time.
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Evolution and classification are linked in the following ways---> 1. Classification can be carried out when evolution is traced out. 2. Evolution traces helps in a lot of classification 3. It helps to study both the areas interlinked. 4.It defines the hierarchy of an organism from its beginnin
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Evolution and classification are linked in the following ways---> 1. Classification can be carried out when evolution is traced out. 2. Evolution traces helps in a lot of classification 3. It helps to study both the areas interlinked. 4.It defines the hierarchy of an organism from its beginning
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When we or evolutionary biologists study evolutionary history of organisms, they can classify the organisms according to their existence, habits and habitat, etc. Therefore, both study of evolution and classification is interlinked. That's it
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Evolution and classification are linked in the following ways---> 1. Classification can be carried out when evolution is traced out. 2. Evolution traces helps in a lot of classification 3. It helps to study both the areas interlinked. 4.It defines the hierarchy of an organism from its beginning Fact-----> If you study about evolution it is obvious you will get about classification...
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Evolution and classification are linked in the following ways---> 1. Classification can be carried out when evolution is traced out. 2. Evolution traces helps in a lot of classification 3. It helps to study both the areas interlinked. 4.It defines the hierarchy of an organism from its beginning Fact-----> If you study about evolution it is obvious you will get about classification... Hope it helps!!!
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Evolution and classification helps us to know the evolution changes that has taken place and assort species accordingly
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Classification is the way in which organisms are grouped on some bases.

If that base is their evolutionary relationships ( systematics).

You can say that classification and evolution can be interlinked only on which classification is based.
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For the study of evolution, classification is necessary as it needs the theory of classification. As for example, we, the human beings and monkeys or chimpanzees have a evolved from a common ancestor- apes, so we do share same order but because of evolution our genus and species have changed over time. That's why even though we fall under same order we have been differentiated by evolution.
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?Evolution and classification are linked in the following ways--->

1. Classification can be carried out when evolution is traced out.

2. Evolution traces helps in a lot of classification

3. It helps to study both the areas interlinked.

4.It defines the hierarchy of an organism from its beginning

Fact-----> If you study about evolution it is obvious you will get about classification...

Hope it helps!!!
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