Biota

(Redirected from Bionta)
Plants in Uganda.

TaxonavigationEdit

Imperium: Biota
Superregna: Archaea – Bacteria – Eukaryota
Regna: Animalia – Archaea – Bacteria – Chromista – Fungi – Plantae – Protozoa – incertae sedis
(Unranked): Viruses

NameEdit

Biota

SynonymsEdit

  • Eobionti
  • Panbiota Wagner, 2004
  • Terrabiota
  • Vitae
  • Bionta Walton, 1930

HomonymsEdit

  • Biota (D.Don) Endl., a synonym of Platycladus, a genus of plants

Alternative classificationsEdit

Biota
Domini: Archaea - Bacteria - Eukaryota - Aphanobionta (viruses and viroids) - Vitae incertae sedis


Biota
Superdomain: Cytota (cellular organisms: Archaea - Bacteria - Eukaryota) - Acytota (non cellular organisms: Aminoacuea - Nucleacuea)

Walton (1930)Edit

Kingdom Bionta

  • Subkingdom Protistodeae
  • Subkingdom Metaphytodeae
  • Subkingdom Metazoodeae

ReferencesEdit

  • Margulis, L., Schwartz, K.V. 1998. Five Kingdoms: an illustrated guide to the Phyla of life on earth. 3rd edition. Freeman: New York, NY (USA). xx, 520 pp. ISBN 0-7167-3027-8.
  • Pelletier, B. 2012. Empire Biota: Taxonomy and Evolution. 2nd Edition, 354 pages. Google Books.
  • Wagner, J.R. 2004. The general case of phylogenetic definitions, alternate classes of definitions, and the phylogenetic definition of Life (with a capital L). First International Phylogenetic Nomenclature Meeting 8.
  • Walton, L.B. 1930. Studies concerning organisms occurring in water supplies with particular reference to those found in Ohio. Ohio Biological Survey Bulletin 24: 1–86 Google Books. Reference page

LinksEdit

Vernacular namesEdit

English: Life
français: Vie