New concepts of kingdoms of organisms

@article{Whittaker1969NewCO,
  title={New concepts of kingdoms of organisms},
  author={R. Whittaker},
  journal={Science},
  year={1969},
  volume={163},
  pages={150-160}
}
are those who consider questions in science which have no unequivocal , experimentally determined answer scarcely worth discussing. [...] Key Result There remained a wide range of uni-cellular forms in which nonmotility and flagellate or pseudopodial motility, and ingestive, photosynthetic, and absorp-tive nutrition, were combined in various ways which were neither clearly plant-like nor animal-like.Expand
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