The Kingdoms of Organisms

@article{Copeland1938TheKO,
  title={The Kingdoms of Organisms},
  author={H. F. Copeland},
  journal={The Quarterly Review of Biology},
  year={1938},
  volume={13},
  pages={383 - 420}
}
Sacramento Junior College T HIS paper proposes the recognition of certain groups of living creatures as kingdoms in addition to the two which are conventionally recognized. Revision of the primary classification of organisms is a taxonomic operation, governed by taxonomic principles; it differs from revision of a family or genus only in wider scope. Because of the human need of an arrangement of organisms which will express as fully as possible existing knowledge and opinion concerning them… Expand
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