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What is the crier

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The criteria which is used for classification of organisms is presence or absence well defiend nucleus and membrane-bound cell organelles (cell structure). The organisms which do not possess well defined nucleus and membrane bound cell organelles are grouped under the kingdom Monera. While organisms which are unicellular and eukaryotic are placed under the kingdom Protista.


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