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  1. Plant - Wikipedia

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    Plants are mainly multicellular organisms, predominantly photosynthetic eukaryotes of the kingdom Plantae. Historically, plants were treated as one of two kingdoms including all living things that were not animals, and all algae and fungi were treated as plants.

    • Plantae, sensu Copeland, 1956
    • Eukaryota
  2. Chromista - Wikipedia

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    According to Cavalier-Smith, the kingdom originally included only algae, but his later analysis indicated that many protozoans also belong to the new group. As of 2018, the kingdom is as diverse as kingdoms Plantae and Animalia, consisting of eight phyla.

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  4. Kingdom (biology) - Wikipedia

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    Combined with the five-kingdom model, this created a six-kingdom model, where the kingdom Monera is replaced by the kingdoms Bacteria and Archaea. This six-kingdom model is commonly used in recent US high school biology textbooks, but has received criticism for compromising the current scientific consensus. [11]

  5. Plantae - Wikispecies

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    Superregnum: Eukaryota Regnum: Plantae Divisiones: Charophyta –Chlorophyta –Glaucophyta –Rhodophyta – Anthocerotophyta –Bryophyta –Marchantiophyta –Tracheophyta †Incertae sedis

    The circumscription of Kingdom Plantae varies greatly from author to author, for other senses of "Plantae" see: 1. Archaeplastida Adl et al., 2005 2. Embryophyta (= Plantae sensu Margulis, 1971) 3. Plantae (L.) 4. Viridiplantae (= Plantae sensu Copeland, 1938, 1956)

    Becker, B. & Marin, B. (2009) Streptophyte algae and the origin of embryophytes.Annals of Botany 103 (7): 999–1004.
    Haeckel, G. (1866) Generale Morphologie der Organismen. Berlin: Verlag von Georg Reimer, vol.1: i–xxxii, 1–574, pls I–II; vol. 2: i–clx, 1–462, pls I–VIII.
    Kenrick, Paul & Crane, Peter R. (1997) The Origin and Early Diversification of Land Plants: A Cladistic Study. Washington, D. C.: Smithsonian Institution Press. ISBN 1-56098-730-8.
    Lewis, Louise A. & McCourt, R.M. (2004) Green algae and the origin of land plants.American Journal of Botany 91 (10): 1535–1556.
  6. Phylum - Wikipedia

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    The kingdom Plantae is defined in various ways by different biologists (see Current definitions of Plantae).All definitions include the living embryophytes (land plants), to which may be added the two green algae divisions, Chlorophyta and Charophyta, to form the clade Viridiplantae.

  7. Plants are one of six big groups of living things.They are autotrophic eukaryotes, which means they have complex cells, and make their own food.Usually they cannot move (not counting growth).

  8. Kingdom Plantae. Kingdom Plantae includes green, brown and red algae, liverworts, mosses, ferns and seed plants with or without flowers. They have the following characteristics: They are multicellular organisms with walled and frequently vacuolate eukaryotic cells. These contain photosynthetic pigment in plastids.

    • Give the outline for kingdom plantae.
      Kingdom Plantae is classified into the following groups: Thallophyta: Algae belong to this group. They have chlorophyll. They are phototrophic. The...
    • In the given word 'Kingdom Plantae', identify the category and taxon. A. Kingdom Plantae refers to t...
      Kingdom Plantae refers to a category in the taxonomic hierarchy of classification. Plants refer to a taxon. There are different types of plant spec...
    • Kingdom plantae shows two phases of life, gametophytic and A. Autotrophic B. Sporophytic C. Saprophy...
      Bryophytes are the plants in which the life cycle has two phases gametophytic and sporophytic, alternating to each other. This phenomenon is called...
    • Give an outline of classification of the kingdom plantae with one example of each.
      The kingdom plantae is divided into five divisions. They are Algae. Plants belonging to this group lack a well defined body structure. E.g.: Spiro...
  9. Kingdom Plantae- Examples, Classification and Characteristics ...

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    Jul 09, 2019 · The Plant Kingdom or the Kingdom Plantae comprises 17% of the total species studied by mankind to date. In number, it comes out to be nearly 2,21,000.

  10. Plant Kingdom - Classification and Characteristics

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    Plant Kingdom Plantae Kingdom Plantae includes all the plants. They are eukaryotic, multicellular and autotrophic organisms. The plant cell contains a rigid cell wall.

    • Name the pigment responsible for photosynthesis in plants.
      Chlorophyll is the pigment responsible for photosynthesis in plants.
    • Describe the criteria for levels of classification in plants.
      The plant kingdom is further classified based on the following three criteria: Plant body Vascular system Seed formation
    • Explain the characteristic of Thallophytes.
      Members of this class lack a well-differentiated body structure, or in other words, the body is not clearly divided into stem, leaves and roots.
    • Explain the significant features of Gymnosperms.
      Gymnosperms include plants that possess a vascular system and a well-differentiated body structure. Furthermore, they bear seeds like the angiosper...
    • List the characteristics of Angiosperms.
      Seed-bearing plants Seeds are enclosed within fruits Presence of  well-differentiated plant body Produce flowers during their lifespan Presence of...
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