Diversity in Living Organisms
The Hierarchy of Classification - Groups
A kingdom common to unicell...
A kingdom common to unicellular plants and animals is
Monera is a kingdom which includes bacteria and blue-green algae and which are unicellular and prokaryotic in nature.
Fungi is another kingdom which includes unicellular( yeast) or multicellular ( Rhizopus) eukaryotic organisms.
Plantae is another kingdom which includes the multicellular and eukaryotic organisms.
Protista is a kingdom which is common to unicellular plants or animals such as plant-like (Euglena) or animal-like( Amoeba).
Hence, the correct answer is option B.
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