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The classification in which whole living organisms of the earth are classified into two groups is known as two-kingdom classification. This system of classification is the oldest system of classification. This system of classification was based on different characteristics of animals and plants. It is the oldest system of classification.
This kingdom plantae includes all plants which have the following characteristics:
The kingdom Plantae includes all the green plants, mosses, multicellular seaweeds, moulds, mushrooms, lichens, tiny unicellular organisms, bacteria, ferns and flowering plants.
The organisms included in an animal kingdom have the following characteristics:
The animal kingdom includes all the multicellular organisms from sponges to mammalia and unicellular organisms.
|The absence of a true or well-organised nucleus.||Presence of true membrane-bounded nucleus and genetic material always remain associated with the histone protein.|
|The food product is glycogen.|| |
Food product is a starch.
|It has fast movement.||It has slow movement.|
|It shows a fast response.||It shows slow response|
|They are heterotrophic.||They are autotrophic.|