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FAQs

What is plant kingdom class 9th? ›

Plantae is the plant kingdom that contains all plants on the earth. They are multicellular eukaryotes. Characteristically, they contain a rigid structure that surrounds the cell membrane known as the cell wall. Plants also have a green-colored pigment known as chlorophyll that is quite vital for photosynthesis.

What is the basis of classification Class 9 notes? ›

Answer: The basis of classification is: Type of cell (Eukaryotic or prokaryotic) Number of cells present (unicellular or multicellular)

What is kingdom in biology class 9? ›

Definition. noun, plural: kingdoms. In biology, kingdom is a taxonomic rank that is composed of smaller groups called phyla (or divisions, in plants).

What are the 4 plant kingdoms? ›

Kingdom Plantae is broadly composed of four evolutionarily related groups: bryophytes (mosses), (seedless vascular plants), gymnosperms (cone bearing seed plants), and angiosperms (flowering seed plants).

What is the plant kingdom called? ›

Plants are in the kingdom Plantae. Within a kingdom are many categories called phyla (singular is phylum). The Kingdom Plantae includes the phyla Chlorophyta (green algae), Bryophyta (mosses), Pteridophyta (ferns), Coniferophyta (conifers) and Magnoliophyta (flowering plants).

Which is the largest plant kingdom? ›

Angiosperm is the largest group of the plant kingdom.

Why is plant kingdom important? ›

The Plant Kingdom has a great significance as a resource to mankind. Without plants, humans would be unable to survive on the planet Earth. This is because plants provide us with many vital components that aid life, such as oxygen and water.

Who discovered plant kingdom? ›

Summary
Linnaeus 1735Haeckel 1866Copeland 1938
VegetabiliaPlantaePlantae
AnimaliaAnimaliaAnimalia
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What are the 7 categories classification? ›

1. Linnaeus' hierarchical system of classification includes seven levels. They are, from largest to smallest, kingdom, phylum, class, order, family, genus, and species.

Why is class 9 important? ›

Classification is needed for convenient study of living organisms. It is necessary for knowing the different varieties of organisms. It helps in the correct identification of various organisms. It helps to know the origin and evolution of organisms.

What is the basic unit of classification? ›

Species constitute a group of phenotypically similar organisms with common ancestry that can interbreed freely to produce fertile progeny and hence, is considered the basic unit of classification.

Who gave 5 kingdom classification? ›

Robert Whittaker's five-kingdom system was a standard feature of biology textbooks during the last two decades of the twentieth century.

What are the 5 kingdoms and their characteristics? ›

The living organisms are divided into five different kingdoms – Protista, Fungi, Plantae, Animalia, and Monera on the basis of their characteristics such as cell structure, mode of nutrition, mode of reproduction and body organization.

What is kingdom system? ›

It became very difficult to group some living things into one or the other, so early in the past century the two kingdoms were expanded into five kingdoms: Protista (the single-celled eukaryotes); Fungi (fungus and related organisms); Plantae (the plants); Animalia (the animals); Monera (the prokaryotes).

What are the 7 characteristics of plants? ›

The seven characteristics of plants are nutrition, respiration, movement, excretion, growth, reproduction, and Sensitivity.

What are the features of plant? ›

Key characteristics

Plants are photosynthetic and contain a green pigment called chlorophyll, which enables plants to convert energy from the sun into food. Plants store their food as starch. Most plants are rooted to one place – some plants can orientate leaves towards the sun and some respond to touch.

What are the two types of plant kingdom? ›

Classification of Plant kingdom

- The Plant kingdom is divided into two groups based on their ability to produce seeds. These groups are- Cryptogams (seedless plants) and Phanerogams (seed-bearing plants). Cryptogams include- Thallophyta, Bryophyta, and Pteridophyta. Phanerogams consist of Gymnosperms and Angiosperms.

How do plants grow? ›

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What is the smallest plant? ›

Wolffia globosa has been described as the world's smallest flowering plant, at 0.1–0.2 mm (0.004–0.008 in) in diameter.

Which is the smallest group of plant kingdom? ›

Bryophyta. Bryophyta (Gk: Bryon = moss; phyton = plants) is the grouping that consists of the simplest and primitive land plants. We also regard these as 'the amphibians of the plant kingdom'. Bryophytes are most common in moist and shady places.

How do plants reproduce? ›

Plant sexual reproduction | Educational Video for Kids - YouTube

What are the 5 importance of plants? ›

Plants are an essential resource - we rely on them for food, water, medicine, the air we breathe, habitat, our climate and more.

What is the role of plants? ›

Plants provide us with food, fiber, shelter, medicine, and fuel. The basic food for all organisms is produced by green plants. In the process of food production, oxygen is released. This oxygen, which we obtain from the air we breathe, is essential to life.

What are the main features of the plant kingdom? ›

Kingdom Plantae
  • They are eukaryotic and multicellular.
  • Their cells have cellulose walls.
  • Majority have transport system.
  • They have photosynthesis hence autotrophic.
  • Reproduction is both asexual and sexual.
  • They show alternation of generation.

Is algae a plant? ›

Algae are broadly classified as micro- and macroalgae based on size. Macroalgae indicates large aquatic photosynthetic plants that can be seen without the aid of a microscope and can generally be divided into three groups: Green (Chlorophyta), Red (Rhodophyta), and Brown-Kelps (Phaeophyta—related to Chromista).

What are the 4 types of biology? ›

This division focuses on the study of individual branches of life. There are four primary categories: botany, human biology, microbiology and zoology.

What are the 3 types of biology? ›

The three major branches of Biology are: Medical Science- It includes the study of several plants used in medicines. Botany- It includes the study of plants. Zoology- It includes the study of animals.

What is Thallophyta class 9th? ›

Thallophyta is a group of non-mobile organisms which are often known as lower plants because they lack proper body differentiation. They are also known as a Simple plant. Mechanical and conducting elements absent. They mainly grow in water. Example: Spirogyra, Chara, Cladophora.

What is plant kingdom class 11? ›

The Plant Kingdom is defined as a multicellular, eukaryotic living organism where the cell wall contains chlorophyll, imparting green color to the plants. Broadly, the plant kingdom is divided into two classifications: Cryptogame: The plants without seeds. Phanerogamae: The plants that bear seeds.

What are the examples of Plantae Class 9? ›

Plantae Kingdom
  • 1.1 Thallophytes.
  • 1.2 Bryophyta.
  • 1.3 Pteridophyte.
  • 1.4 Cryptogamae.
  • 1.5 Phanerogams.
  • 1.6 Gymnosperm.
  • 1.7 Angiosperm.
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What are classification of plants? ›

While there are many ways to structure plant classification, one way is to group them into vascular and non-vascular plants, seed bearing and spore bearing, and angiosperms and gymnosperms. Plants can also be classified as grasses, herbaceous plants, woody shrubs, and trees.

What is Gymnosperm Class 9? ›

Gymnosperms are non-flowering plants belonging to the sub-kingdom Embophyta. The seeds are not enclosed in an ovary or fruit. They are exposed on the surface of the leaf-like structures of the gymnosperms. They can be classified as Coniferophyta, Cycadophyta, Ginkgophyta and Gnetophyta.

Who is the father of botany? ›

Theophrastus presided over the Peripatetic school for thirty-six years, during which time the school flourished greatly. He is often considered the father of botany for his works on plants.

Are fungi a kingdom? ›

What are fungi? - The Fungi Kingdom for kids - YouTube

What are the 7 characteristics of plants? ›

The seven characteristics of plants are nutrition, respiration, movement, excretion, growth, reproduction, and Sensitivity.

What are the 7 classifications of plants? ›

The classification system groups, in order from largest to smallest, are kingdom, phylum or division, class, order, family, genus, and species (Figure 2).

Why is plant kingdom important? ›

The Plant Kingdom has a great significance as a resource to mankind. Without plants, humans would be unable to survive on the planet Earth. This is because plants provide us with many vital components that aid life, such as oxygen and water.

Who discovered plant kingdom? ›

Summary
Linnaeus 1735Haeckel 1866Copeland 1938
VegetabiliaPlantaePlantae
AnimaliaAnimaliaAnimalia
8 more rows

What are 5 characteristics of Plantae? ›

Kingdom Plantae
  • They are eukaryotic and multicellular.
  • Their cells have cellulose walls.
  • Majority have transport system.
  • They have photosynthesis hence autotrophic.
  • Reproduction is both asexual and sexual.
  • They show alternation of generation.

Is algae a plant? ›

Algae are broadly classified as micro- and macroalgae based on size. Macroalgae indicates large aquatic photosynthetic plants that can be seen without the aid of a microscope and can generally be divided into three groups: Green (Chlorophyta), Red (Rhodophyta), and Brown-Kelps (Phaeophyta—related to Chromista).

What are the 2 main types of plants? ›

Plants can be divided into two groups: flowering plants, for example, sunflowers, orchids, and most types of tree. The other group is nonflowering plants, which includes mosses and ferns. All plants make their own food, taking energy from sunlight.

What are the 3 main types of plants? ›

  • Based on the size, nature of the stem and the life span, plants are classified into herbs, shrubs and trees. ...
  • Depending on the presence of flowers, plants are classified into two types namely, flowering plants and non-flowering plants.

What are 5 uses of plants? ›

List Ten Uses of Plants
  • Plants provide us food, like fruits, vegetables, etc.
  • Plants provide us medicines.
  • Plants provide shade during hot, sunny days.
  • Plants help to reduce soil erosion.
  • Plants prevent air pollution.
  • Plants provide paper.
  • Plants are a good source of wood and timber.

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