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Biological Classification Lesson 1 (in Hindi)
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Topics to be cover and respective classification system and 5 Kingdom classification and who proposed them!!!!!

Khushboo Gupta
Clearing concepts and doubts is what I do!!!📍 Enjoy learning!!!🎀 ❌Impossible ➡️work hard with smartness➡️possible✔️ 3rd year Medical student

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Smriti Parmar: Hi sir. A doubt. What is the difference between the theories of political science and the approaches to political theory?
  1. Biological classification By Khushboo Gupta

  2. This course will be helpful for- All pre-medical examination (NEET JIPMER AIIMS and all state level exams) And useful for the students of class 11th and 12th cbse and rbse And also for all biological Olympiads.

  3. ABOUT MYSELF 2ND year Medical student At Dr. S.n. Medical college, Jodhpur 3rd topper of GPC RUHS Please follow, review, recommend,enroll, and not to forget to give upvote!!!! All the best !!

  4. Topics to be cover are+ 3 Domains of life Kingdom Monera Archaebacteria Eubacteria Kingdom protista Chrysophytes Dinoflagellate Eugleniods Slime moulds Protozoans Kingdom fungi Phycomycetes Ascomycetes Basidiomycete:s Deuteromycetes Kingdom Plantae Algae Bryophytes Pteridophytes Gymnosperms Angiosperms Kingdom animalia Viruses Viriods

  5. Artificial classification system It was given by linneaus. It was based on vegetative character or on the androecium structure. Natural classification system It was used by George Bentham and Joseph Dalton hooker. It was based on natural affinities among organisms. Phylogenetic classification system- This system is currently in use. It was based on evolutionary relationship among organisms.

  6. Two Kingdom classification proposed by linneaus Animal Kingdom Plant Kingdom Five Kingdom classification as proposed by R.H. Whittaker Monera Protista Fungi Plantar Animals The main criteria for classification used by Whittaker Cell structure Thallus organisation Mode of nutrition Reproduction Phylogenetic relationship

  7. ANIMALIA (Multicellular eukaryotic) eukaryotic)l/ PLANTAE (Multicellular. (Multicellular, FUNGI eukaryotic) PROTISTA (Eukaryotic, unicellular and multicellular) EUBACTERIA ARCHAEBACTERIA Unicellular, prokaryotic) (Unicellular, prokaryotic) Biological Classification

  8. 5 Kingdom classification Five Kingdom Fungi Characteristics Monera Protista Plantae Animalia Eukaryotic Eukaryotic EukaryoticEukaryotic ll type Cell wall Prokaryotic Non-cellulosicPresent in some (polysaccharidic + amino acid) Absent Absent Present (cellulose) Present (without cellulose) Present Nuclear Present Present Present membrane Body Unicellular Unicellular Multicellular Tissue/organ Tissue/ loose tissue system Autotrophic Hetertophic Autotrophic Heterotrophic Mode of Autotophic nutrition (chemosynthetic (photosynthetic) (saprophytic/ (photosynthetic) (holozoic/ saprophytic, etc. and photosynthetic) heterotrophic and heterotrophic (saprophytic/ parasitic) an parasitic)

  9. Classification Classification Five kingdom system: Monera Six kingdom system: Protista Plantae Fungi Animalia Plantae Fungi Animalia Archae- bacteria bacteria Protista Three domain system: EIU K R Y A Archae- bacteria bacteria Eu- Eight kingdom system: Eu- bacteria bacteria 8Piantae Fungi Animalia