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# 1. Fungi, and members of the Monera and Protista having cell walls have now been excluded from Plantae 2. Earlier classifications also have placed them in Plantae 3. The cyanobacteria that are also referred to as blue green algae are not ‘algae’ any more. Regarding 1,2 and 3:

( a ) 1 and 3 are correct; 2 is incorrect
( b ) 1 and 2 are correct; 3 is incorrect
( c ) 3 is correct; 1 and 2 are incorrect
( d ) 1 is correct; 2 and 3 are incorrect
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(A) is the right answer.

Fungi, and members of the Monera and Protista having cell walls have now been excluded from Plantae though earlier classifications placed them in the same kingdom. So, the cyanobacteria that are also referred to as blue green algae are not ‘algae’ any more.
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