NEET (NTA)-National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (Medical) Biology Diversity in Living World-What Is Living? Revision (Page 6 of 7)

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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, Car

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History of Taxonomy Part 1

  • Taxonomy is the science of how living things are grouped together. Another name is used for taxonomy is classification.

  • Scientist who studies taxonomy is called taxonomists.

  • Moreover, the biologist’s considerably depend on taxonomic studies of fossils connecting links for drawing evolutionary relationships among the organisms.

Aristotle

  • Aristotle (300 B. C. ) was Greek scientist and the first scientist to organize living things. Aristotle developed the first classificat

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