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The five kingdom classification was proposed by (a) R.H. Whittaker . (b) C. Linnaeus (c) A. Roxberg (d) Virchow

The five kingdom classification was proposed by
(a) R.H. Whittaker . (b) C. Linnaeus
(c) A. Roxberg (d) Virchow

Grade:10

1 Answers

Gaurav Yadav
406 Points
one month ago
Hey student.
 
(a) This phylogenetic classification was proposed by R.H. Whittaker (1969). He created new kingdom ‘Fungi’. The five kingdom classification are as follows: 1. Plantae, 2. Animalia, 3. Protista. 4. Monera and 5. Fungi.
Whittaker has used 5 criteria for the 5 kingdom classification and are as follows:
1. Reproduction,
2. Cell structure,
3. Phylogenetic relationships,
4. Mode of nutrition,
5. Thallus organisation
 
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