THE EUKARYOTIC KINGDOMS

@article{Lipscomb1985THEEK,
  title={THE EUKARYOTIC KINGDOMS},
  author={Diana L. Lipscomb},
  journal={Cladistics},
  year={1985},
  volume={1}
}
Abstract— Cladistic analysis of data from ultrastruetural and other cell biological studies indicates that neither the classical two kingdom nor the commonly accepted five kingdom classifications accurately represent the cellular diversity of eukaryotes. The resulting cladogram indicates instead that there are nine major groups of eukaryotes. 

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