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Acronym used to remember the taxonomic groupings of individual organisms in biology.


Keep = Kingdom
Pond = Phylum
Clean = Class
Or = Order
Froggy = Family
Gets = Genus
Sick = species
K-P-C-O-F-G-S is an abbreviation of how species are classified in biology.
de bobmgee 26 février 2009
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Kinky - Kingdom
People - Phylum
Come - Class
Over - Order
For - Family
Group - Genus
Sex - Species
Barbara got an exeptional grade on her Biology midterm because she remembered K-P-C-O-F-G-S.
de Group sexer 12 mars 2010
Acronym used to remember the taxonomic groupings of individual organisms in biology.
K-P-C-O-F-G-S

Kids........Kingdom
Playing.....Phylum
Catch.......Class
On..........Order
Freeways....Family
Get.........Genus
Smashed.....Species
de TJHighlndr 5 décembre 2007
Acronym used to remember the taxonomic groupings of individual organisms in biology.

King - Kingdom
Philip - Phylum
Comes - Class
Over - Order
For - Family
Gay - Genus
Sex - Species
KPCOFGS is a useful way of helping you remember boring stuff to pass your exams.
de teneightseven 8 mai 2011
Acronym used to remember the order of taxonomic terms in biology.

K - Kony (Kingdom)
P - Picks (Phylum)
C - Children (Class)
O - Out (Order)
F - From (Family)
G - Ghanaian (Genus)
S - Schools (Species)
Person A: Yo dude, I can't remember if Order comes before or after Class.

Person B: K.P.C.O.F.G.S... Kony picks children out from Ghanaian schools, man.
de DrBruh 19 mai 2015
Taxonomy order:
Kingdoms
Phylum
Class
Order
Family
Genus
Species
Mnemonic taxonomy order for K-P-C-O-F-G-S
Kinky
Peasants
Can
Often
Find
Gross
S.T.D's
de Despara 20 janvier 2013
The acronym used to remember the breakdown of species classification, with the genus and species comprising the scientific name. (ex. Human= Homo (Genus) Sapien (Species))

King......Kingdom
Philip....Phylum
Could.....Class
Only......Order
Find......Family
Good......Genus
Students..Species
K-P-C-O-F-G-S means King Philip Could Only Find Good Students
de pat325ci 13 mars 2008

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