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In the five kingdom classification scheme archaea are placed in which kingdom?
In the five kingdom classification scheme archaea are placed in their own kingdom called archaea. This is a kingdom of single celled organisms. ...
Asked in Taxonomy
Is the most general level in the hierarchical classification scheme?
The most basic and general level in the hierarchical classification scheme is kingdom. From there the classifications get more specific. ...
Asked in Taxonomy
Seven kingdom scheme on classifying organisms?
If you're asking about the seven kingdom scheme, this is the sitch: there are actually only five kingdoms: -Kingdom Animalia (Animals) -Kingdom Plantae (Plants) -Kingdom Fungi -Kingdom Protista (Protists) -Kingdom Monera (Viruses and Bacteria) then another kingdom was proposed, because the organisms that belong to that kingdom have very unque characteristics: -Kingdom Archaebacteria (Archaebacteria) Additonal two more kingdoms are proposed these days: -Kingdom Archezoa -Kingdom Chromista But if your asking on the LEVELS of classification, that's a different story. Ü ...
Asked in Animal Life, Library of Congress
What is a hierarchical classification scheme?
It is the present way scientists classify animal life. The top being a Kingdom, the last the genus and species. (Kingdom; Phylum; Class; Order; Family; Genus and species. There are also sub-phylums, superclasses, subclasses, infra classes, super orders, ect in some phylums). ...
Asked in Tuatara
Why save the tuatara?
Because - just like the rest of the animal kingdom - they have their place in the 'great scheme' of life. They have every right to live on this planet - despite the unstoppable march of the human race, eating up vast tracts of the tuatara's natural habitat ! ...
Asked in Landlord-Tenant Issues
Why does a landlord join a tenancy deposit scheme?
A landlord joins a tenancy deposit scheme because, under the United Kingdom Housing Act of 2004, all landlords who take deposits for assured tenancy must join a tenancy deposit scheme. This acts as a safeguard in case the tenant damages any property; it also keeps disputes between landlords out of the courts. ...