Other characteristics are also clear, depending on the subkingdoms
, which follow.
It can be subdivided into two subkingdoms
: the central or desert area (i.e., arid Australia) and the Eucalyptus.
Spliceosomal introns are currently known only in the more advanced subkingdom
"Southeastern North American Region" of the Madrean Subkingdom
Gregory of Tours's sixth-century Historia francorum unfolds as the recurring story of a unified Frankish kingdom disintegrating within a single generation into warring subkingdoms
. (1) Clovis united all the Franks and baptized hem as Christians, but after he died, his four sons established mini-kingdoms with capitals at Paris, Soissons, Reims, and Orleans.
The five-kingdom system does include prokaryotic and eukaryotic "superkingdoms," and classifies Bacteria and Archaebacterta as subkingdoms
(Margulis & Schwarz, 1998).
It is divided into two subkingdoms
: eubacteria and cyanobacteria (blue-green algae).]
Adopting a classic policy of divide-and-rule, the British established thirteen subkingdoms
; Cetshwayo himself was banished.
Potentially more informative results are based on comparisons between the subkingdoms
of protists, the Archezoa and Mitozoa.