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The Hierarchy of Classification - Groups

Diversity in Living Organisms
Biology
Class 9

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Features of Plant and Animal Kingdom

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Hierarchy of Classification

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Basic Knowledge of Five Kingdom Classification

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Monera

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Protista

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Fungi

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Write in brief about progressive changes in animal classification.

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How is the five-kingdom classification advantageous over the two-kingdom classification? 

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Protista includes

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The term 'fungus' was coined by

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From the list below, select the group that includes protozoa, protistan algae and slime moulds.

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Which do you think is a more basic characteristic for classifying organism ?
(a) The place they live
(b) The kind of cells they are made of. Why?

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Cyanobacteria belong  to_____________

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The most widespread group of organisms on the earth belongs to kingdom

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Consider the following criteria.
a. Cell type
b. Level of organization
c. Mode of reproduction
d. Mode of nutrition.
The criteria which formed the basis of the five-kingdom classification include.

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The highest category in taxonomy is 

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