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Systematic

systematic
1. (Science: biology) Pertaining or according to a system.
2. (Science: study) Systematics is the science of naming and classifying organisms in regard to their natural relationships, deals with populations, species and higher taxa.
See: taxonomy.
Origin: Gr. Systematikos


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