Classification of Living Organisms Class 11
Classification of Living Organisms
According to the modern classification given by R.H.Whittaker in 1969, living organisms are divided into five major kingdoms, which are:
It includes all prokaryotes, unicellular organisms. For example, Bacteria and Cyan bacteria.
KINGDOM PROTOCTISTA (PROTISTA)
It includes unicellular Eukaryotic organisms, which are in between plants and animals. eg. Chlamydomonas, Euglena, Paramecium. etc
It includes non-chlorophyllus multi-cellular, thallophytic organisms having cell wall. For example all types of fungi, unicellular to multi-cellular like Mushrooms and Yeast etc.
It includes all chlorophyllus multi-cellular Eukaryotic living organisms having cellulose cell wall. For example apple, red wood etc.
It includes all Eukaryotic multi-cellular, non-chlorophyllus organisms having no cell wall. For example Hydra, Earthworm, Human Beings etc.
Note: Girls don’t think like boys; their concepts of hierarchy, competition, communication, leadership and teamwork are often different from those of boys, and often such alternative thinking is highly demandable in the market Labour. It is important that girls not be copied or adjust to male social models, but that they develop and develop their own. In co-educational schools, boys tended to receive more attention. Girls are more likely to work quietly alone or with each other, which inevitably leads to a much more focused teacher’s attention to boys, answering their questions and explaining difficult moments. Social isolation – sometimes you can feel the lack of direct communication with other students and teachers. However, such psychological depersonalization can be reduced by using modern communication technologies, for example, forums, e-mail, chats, video and Internet conferences, etc. Based on your specific circumstances, you can compare all the advantages and disadvantages of distance and traditional learning and make the right choice.