The five kingdom classification was proposed by
(a) RH Whittaker (b) C Linnaeus (c) A Roxberg (d) Virchow
Option (a) RH Whittaker
Rh Whittaker (1969), an American taxonomist in order to develop phylogenetic classification divided organism into five kingdoms, i.e.,
(i) Monera (ii) Protista (iii)Fungi (iv) Plantae (v) Animalia
Whereas, C Linnaeus developed two kingdom classification, i.e.,
(i) kingdom-Plantae (ii) kingdom-Animalia.
and Virchow is associated with the discovery of cell theory.