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Which of the following accurately lists the taxonomic groups in order from broad to specific? A. Kingdom, phylum, class, order B. Class, domain, order, species C. Family, order, class, phylum D. Species, genus, family, order
Kingdom, phylum, class, order - accurately lists the taxonomic groups in order from broad to specific. ]
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