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A greek Philosopher
Aristotle
The number of kingdoms for organisms
5
Original classification categories
Plants and Animals
Simple one-celled organisms
with no special structures
Monerans
Simple one-celled organisms whose cells have a nucleus
Protists
Blue-green Algae
Moneran
organisms that cause disease
bacteria
Organisms that make their own food
Plants
Organisms that absorb nutrients from other sources
fungi
Organisms that must find their own food
Animals
Complex organisms containing many cells and that react to stimuli in their environment
Animals
Many-celled organisms that may have a vascular system, but cannot move
Plants
Mushrooms, molds and mildews are an example
fungi
Man who invented the first classification system
Aristotle
Monerans
Protists
Fungi
Plants
Animals
The five kingdoms organisms are divided into