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Introduction to Lesson- Biological Classification (in Hindi)
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Introduction to lesson-Biological Classification

Juhi Mishra
JAI HIND 🇮🇳 M.Sc Botany(gold medalist)CET,DCA,B.Ed. Cleared UPPSC , UPESSB Exams PGT Lecturer ( Bio) Gov't School Co - Founder @ PARIKSHA

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superb lesson sir very useful to us thank you for great lessons sir
a year ago
Thanks sir
tanx mam so much
Juhi Mishra
6 months ago
Welcome Rohan
mam ap bhut achhe ho apke lecture bhut helpful h ham students k liye
Juhi Mishra
8 months ago
Thank you samiksha . stay tuned. Lord bless you
thank u so mch mam ❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤
Aakash Nikum
6 months ago
how many mark obtained in neet 2019??
mam that picture showing biological classification there is 6 division so wo classification ka introducer kyon hai
Hrishi Singh
23 days ago
carl woese
mam your teaching method is very nice
Juhi Mishra
7 months ago
Thank you sahil
  1. BIOLOGICAL CLASSIFICATION ANIMALIAFUNGI PLANTAE(Multicellular. (Multicellular (Multicellular eukaryoticeukaryotic) eukaryotic) PROTISTA (Eukaryotic, unicellular and multicellular) EUBACTERIA ARCHAEBACTERIA (Unicellular, prokaryotic)(unicellular, prokaryotic) By- Tuhi Mishra Biological Classification

  2. TARGET AUDIENCE Aspirants ofNeST ANIMALIAFUNGI PLANTAE(Multicellular.(Multicellular (Multicellular eukaryoticeukaryotic eukaryotic) PROTISTA (Eukaryotic, unicellular -and multicellular) Other Competitive EUBACTERIA ARCHAEBACTERIA (Unicellular, prokaryotic (Unicellular, prokaryotic) Biological Classification

  3. PART 1 ntroduction Ta The Lesson Biological Classificatiosn ANIMALIA eukaryoticaIr! eukaryotic) (Multicellular, eukaryotic) PROTISTA (Eukaryotic, unicellular and multicellular) EUBACTERIA ARCHAEBACTERIA (Unicellular, prokaryotic), (Unicellular, prokaryotic) Biological Classification

  4. CREDENTIALS M.Sc. Botany Gold Medalist CET,DCA,B.Ed Juhi s.Mishr Bio Educator on Upacademy 7 yrs Teaching Experience

  5. Biological classification is the scientific procedure of arrangement of living organism into groups. It is done on the basis of their similarities and dissimilarities and placing the groups in a hierarchy of categories.

  6. ANIMALIAFUNGI PLANTAE(Multicellular. (Multicellular, (Multicellular eukaryotic)eukaryotic) eukaryotic) PROTISTA (Eukaryotic, unicellular and multicellular) EUBACTERIA ARCHAEBACTERIA (Unicellular, prokaryotic) (Unicellular, prokaryotic) Biological Classification

  7. The first pioneer work on biological classification was done by Linnaeus. He classified living organisms into the two kingdoms, i.e Plantae and Animalia, But this classification system proved to be inadequate as there were many

  8. organisms that did not fall into any of the categories. Afterwards, the classification system for living organisms has undergone several changes. However, the place of plant and animal kingdoms remains consistent under all different systems.

  9. Systematics / Taxonomy Systematics is the study of identification, nomenclature, classification, and inter- relationships amongst living beings.The term systematics was coined by Linnaeus (father of taxonomy)

  10. Taxonomy is a branch of biology that is connected with identification, nomenclature, and classification of organisms.The term taxonomv was coined bv de Candolle (1813)