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Who is the Father of Modern Taxonomy
The father of taxonomy is Carl Linnaeus. More info:
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User: An organism that produces its food by photosynthesis _____. must be placed in the Plantae kingdom may be placed in the Plantae kingdom must be placed in the Animalia kingdom may be placed in the Animalia kingdom

User: whats a taxonomist

Weegy: Taxonomy is the science of naming, describing and classifying organisms and includes all plants, [ animals and microorganisms of the world. A traditional taxonomist is a biologist who classifies organisms according to their physical or cellular characteristics. These scientists also try to determine the evolutionary relationships among these organisms. When a new organism is discovered, whether it is a plant, animal, or microorganism, a taxonomist will give it a Linnaean designation. That is, he or she will put it in the appropriate categories within the taxonomic levels of kingdom, phylum, class, order, family, genus, and species. When people refer to the scientific name of an organism, such as the well-known name for dog, Canis familiaris, they are using the genus and species designations for that organism. ]
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