Look! I have made a much more efficient classification than Haeckel's.
This time, organisms are classified into four kingdoms: Animalia, Plantae, Protoctista and Monera.
They are classified in Kingdom Protoctista, along with algae.
What about Fungi?! Where are they?
Why is that? Aren'tFungiare not supposed to be part of protoctista. Generally, algae are unicellularand are autotrophs, while fungi are multicellular and are heterotrophs. Fungi are not supposed to be part of protoctista.
I'll also research about different organisms and their properties.
I'll just correct Copeland's mistakes. Fungi need to have their own kingdom!
After some research...
So that's what they were missing!
Organisms should be divided bystructure of the cell, mode of nutrition, the source of nutrition, interrelationship, body organization, and reproduction.
The kingdoms are Monera, Protista, Plantae, Animalia and Fungi