Wow! OMG! You're one of those scientists who gave a contribution in making the biological classification of animals, plants, etc. HIIIIIIIII!!
Hi! I am Herbert Copeland, I am an American Biologist who was bon on the year 1902 and died in 1968. I am responsible for the fourth kingdom, in the biological classification, Monera.
What is that Monera thing?
I classified the microorganisms into the Monerans (prokaryotes) and the Protoctista (which included fungi with the rest of the eukaryotic microorganisms). My four-kingdom scheme (Monera, Protista, Animalia, and Plantae) will had the advantage of clearly separating microbes with nuclei (Protista) from those without (Monera: the prokaryotes) and of distinguishing the two embryo-forming groups—plants and animals—from the rest of life.
Herbert Copeland explains to the girl what are the kingdoms he proposed.
The 4 Kingdoms include: Monera Protista Plantae Animalia
Here are the notes that the girl took down from the mini lesson of Herbert Copeland.
Monera - includes all the prokaryotic organisms with incipient nucleus such as bacteria and cyanobacteriaProtista: having tru nucleate organismsPlantae - having photosynthetic and multicellular organismsAnimalia - having non-photosynthetic and multicellular organisms
Thank you! Now, I know what the Kingdom of Monera is!