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Five Kingdom System of Classification

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Which one has the highest number of species?

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Modern system of classification classified organisms in ........... kingdom. 

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Five kingdom system of classification suggested by R. H Whittaker is not based on 

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In the five-kingdom classification, what is the main basis of classification?

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All humans on earth today may differ widely in their facial features, colour, height, etc. Yet, they belong to a single species Homo sapiens. Give one reason why they are not considered belonging to different species.

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Write in brief about progressive changes in animal classification.

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Among all the kingdoms,the only taxon that exists nature as a biologically cohensive unit is the 

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