Biodiversity Environment to Global Covid-19 Situation

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Sujinna Karnasuta

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The evolution of living organisms involves variation following the environment that the organism resides and capability in transferring features and struggling to survive. These three factors allow some organisms to adapt better than others, which results in their survival, safety, and reproductive ability. The organisms slow to the adaptation are, therefore, less or extinct. Such adaptation is slow, but over time, the characteristics appear to increase in the next generation, called natural selection. Scientists in modern times have found that the mechanisms that drive to evolve are due to 2 reasons: mutations and the survival of the better.
The classification of biolog ical organisms is an important basis for the preservation, conservation, and improvement of species according to the use of humans in each community by classifying the 5 groups of living
things on earth, the Kingdom Monera is the kingdom of prokaryotes, single-celled, non-nuclei, which are several types of bacteria containing 6,000 species members. The Kingdom of Protista (Kingdom Protista) is the kingdom of single-celled Eukaryote containing about 60,000 members, the cell is developed to have a nucleus encircling the chromosome and to create organs that perform specific functions.The Kingdom Plantae contains 250,000 species, which are organisms like Autotrophs which use green chlorophyll in turning carbon dioxide into food and release the oxygen. Kingdom Fungi has about 70,000 members. They are plant-like but they are Heterotrophic that consumes organic substances that other organisms create. Thus we can see that mushrooms tend to grow in the remains of trees while mold and yeast tend to grow on the food. The Kingdom
Animalia contains about 1,000,000 species, classified as an autotrophic species which consume as a food chain system in layers

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Karnasuta, S. (2021). Biodiversity Environment to Global Covid-19 Situation. nternational ournal of evelopment dministration esearch, 4(1), 1-6. etrieved from https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/ijdar/article/view/249118
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