What is the best way to categorize Phylum for studying?

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What is the best way to categorize Phylum for studying?

Post by luckyyou13 » Mon Mar 14, 2011 6:48 pm

I am a first year college student, I am a visual learner, and I have an upcoming Biology "LAB" exam. There are so many categories and I am unsure how or what I need to study in order to get a better grasp on each ones order, association and necessity... Gosh... I am doing well day to day, but I fear I am not fully understanding Phylum and all...



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Post by LostBio » Mon Mar 14, 2011 8:48 pm

To make this as painless as possible you need to give specifics on what about Phylum confuses you. Or we will just be shooting in the dark. Its really such a broad question. So to best respond to your question just narrow it down to better assist you. Thank you.
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