Comments: Clean copy in "good enough" condition, others might list this one as "good" but it's just a little beat, large crease bottom corner front cover, binding is tight but not quite square, text is clean and unmarked, edition exactly as shown, ships quickly with delivery confirmation, thanks! 12z-oa
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Publisher: Allyn & Bacon, Incorporated
Bloom, Benjamin S., Krathwohl, David R.
Taxonomy-- 'Classification, esp. of animals and plants according to their natural relationships...'Most readers will have heard of the biological taxonomies which permit classification into such categories as phyllum, class, order, family, genus, species, variety. Biologist have found their taxonomy markedly helpful as a means of insuring accuracy of communication about their science and as a means of understanding the organization and interrelation of the various parts of the animal and plant world.Bloom, Benjamin S. is the author of 'Tax.of Ed.object.-bk.1 Cogn.domain' with ISBN 9780582280106 and ISBN 0582280109.
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