Diversity in Living Organisms
The Hierarchy of Classification - Groups
Explain the basis of groupi...
Explain the basis of grouping organisms into Five kingdoms?
Biologists such as Ernst Haeckal and Robert Whittaker and Carl Woese tried to classify all living organisms into broad categories called kingdoms .
These include: Monera, Protista, Fungi, Plantae, and Animalia.
Basis for classification :-
• Complexity of cell structure
• Mode and source of nutrition
• body organisation
• Unicellular or multicellular
• presence or absence of cell wall etc.
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