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1. Linnaean classification involves (1 point) only large, general categories of organisms. only small, specific categories of organisms. both large and small categories of organisms. no categories of organisms. 2. For many species, there are often regional differences in their (1 point) common names. scientific names. taxa. binomial nomenclature. 3. At any level of organization, groups that have biological meaning are referred to as (1 point) cladograms. binomials. taxa. systems.

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