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Five Kingdom Classification

  1. Monera: - All the prokaryotes (Eubacteria, Rickettsia Actinomycetes, BGA, Archaebacteria, Mycoplasma)
  2. Protista: - All the Unicellular eukaryotes (Dinoilagellates, Diatoms, Euglenoids, Slime moulds and Protozoans)
  3. Mycota: - True fungi
  4. Plantae: - All the multicellular plants - Algae, Bryophyta, Pteridophyta, Gymnosperm, Angiosperm
  5. Animalia: - All the multicellular animals
  • Carl Woese suggested separate kingdom for “Archaebacteria”. He proposed six kingdom classification.
  • In 1990, Carl Woese proposed that the… (48 more words) …

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History of Taxonomy Part 2

Tippo 1942

He classified plant kingdom on the basis of the absence or presence of embryo into thallophyta (plants without embryo) and Embryophyta (Plants with embryo).

 Image showing Tippo classification.

Image Showing Tippo Classification.

Tippo classified plant kingdom on the basis of the embryo presence or absence.

Eichler

In 1880, Eichler classified plant kingdom into two major groups; based on presence or absence of seeds into cryptogams (non-seeded plants) and Phanerogams or spermatophyta (seeded… (467 more words) …

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