OpenStudy (anonymous):

Which best compares Linnaean taxonomy with Cladistics? Cladistics is impractical when trying to classify millions of species, whereas the Linnaean taxonomic system allows for multiple possibilities for organization and no limits to the size of the hierarchy. Linnaean taxonomy organizes living things based on genetic traits and evolutionary history, whereas Cladistics uses a fixed number of clades, or branches, by which organisms are classified. Linnaean taxonomy uses obvious physical similarities to group organisms into an evolutionary framework, whereas Cladistics do

5 years ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

is this like a abc question if it is i belive its Cladistics is impractical when trying to classify millions of species, whereas the Linnaean taxonomic system allows for multiple possibilities for organization and no limits to the size of the hierarchy. but im not fully shure i need a little bit more info if you have any

5 years ago
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