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What is the order of Phylogenetic divisions?

Phylogeny is the study of the evolutionary relationships of organisms. A good acronym to learn this is King Plays Cards on Fat Girls Stomach.

K - Kingdom

p - Phylum

C - Class

O - Order

F - Family 

G - Genus 

S - Species 

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