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5 kingdom classification not based on mode of reproduction ..???HOW..?

5 kingdom classification not based on mode of reproduction ..???HOW..?

Grade:12th pass

2 Answers

Vasanth SR
askIITians Faculty 1310 Points
3 years ago
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It is that if you notice that this classification is purely based on the evolution and even this has some demerits which paved a way for several other modifications on this.

Demerits of five- kingdom Classification:Although this system is considered to be an advanced system but still objections have been raised against this, which are following.
  • It fails to distinguish between archaebacteria and eubacteria.
  • The kingdom- Protista is a highly heterogeneous group of organisms, which seems to be having polyphyletic evolution.
  • Placement of algae on the basis of the degree of the cellular organization into different kingdoms appears to be unrealistic.
  • Red and brown algae placed in kingdom – Plantae is not related to other members.
  • Viruses an important form of life has not been considered in this system of classification.
SR Roy
128 Points
3 years ago
 
 
It is that if you notice that this classification is purely based on the evolution and even this has some demerits which paved a way for several other modifications on this.Demerits of five- kingdom Classification:Although this system is considered to be an advanced system but still objections have been raised against this, which are following.536-1696_1.png536-1801_6.jpg536-743_5.jpg536-1371_4.jpg536-1252_3.jpg536-1959_2.jpg536-2493_1.jpg
  • It fails to distinguish between archaebacteria and eubacteria.
  • The kingdom- Protista is a highly heterogeneous group of organisms, which seems to be having polyphyletic evolution.
  • Placement of algae on the basis of the degree of the cellular organization into different kingdoms appears to be unrealistic.
  • Red and brown algae placed in kingdom – Plantae is not related to other members.
  • Viruses an important form of life has not been considered in this system of classification.

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