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Archezoa was a kingdom in taxonomy, which is the system that scientists use to put living things in groups. Thomas Cavalier-Smith said taxonomy should have a kingdom called Archezoa, which would contain some living things that have organelles in their cells. Scientists stopped using Archezoa after they learned more about those living things.[1]

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  1. T. Cavalier-Smith (May 11, 1989). "Archaebacteria and Archezoa". Nature. 339 (6220): 100–101. Bibcode:1989Natur.339..100C. doi:10.1038/339100a0. PMID 2497352. S2CID 30405691. Retrieved May 8, 2021.{{cite journal}}: CS1 maint: date and year (link)