Biological classification is one of the most important and high-scoring topics in Biology. it helps you understand living organisms by comparing and contrasting their similarities and differences. Here in this blog, we are providing short notes, video lectures, and previous year questions with detailed solutions.

Biological Classification

Biological classification is the process of categorizing living creatures based on their similarities and differences. This entire procedure is referred to as taxonomy. The kingdoms of living organisms are divided into five groups: Monera, Protista, Fungi, Plantae, and Animalia.

There are three types of biological classification: artificial, natural, and phylogenetic. The biological taxonomy has enabled the identification of organisms based on their properties.

Systems of Classification

Biological classification is described as identifying differences between organisms and grouping them into categories that reflect the majority of the important traits and interactions.

Five Kingdom Classification

R.H. Whittaer developed the five-kingdom categorization. Whittaker categorized the five kingdoms as Kingdom Monera, Protista, Fungi, Plantae, and Animalia.

Kingdom Monera

Prokaryotes of all varieties are included in the kingdom, including mycoplasma, bacteria, actinomycetes, and cyanobacteria.


  • The genetic material is naked circular DNA that is not surrounded by the nuclear envelop.
  • The cell wall of the majority of organisms is rigid (peptidoglycan).
  • They are unicellular
  • Asexual reproduction occurs by binary fission or budding.
  • The smallest and most abundant organism on the planet.
  • The genetic material is naked circular DNA that is not surrounded by the nuclear envelop.

Kingdom Protista

Chrysophytes, Eugloids, Slime Moulds, and Protozoans are all members of the kingdom Protista.


  • They reproduce both asexually and sexually through cell fusion and zygote development.
  • They’re all unicellular and eukaryotic.
  • They are largely aquatic and can survive in damp environments.
  • The cell body has a clearly-defined nucleus as well as membrane-bound organelles.
  • Some organisms have cilia or flagella.

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