He developed the first relatively successful artificial system of the organic world. He took the form of the basis of his system and considered it to be an elementary unit of living nature. Close species united by him in childbirth, childbirth in units, units in classes. Introduced into the systematics the principle of binary nomenclature.
The disadvantages of the Linnaeus system were that in the classification it took into account only 1-2 signs (in plants – the number of stamens, in animals – the structure of the respiratory and circulatory system) that do not reflect a true relationship, so distant births were in the same class, and close ones in different. Types in nature Linnaeus considered unchanged, created by the Creator.
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