The building a taxonomical system approaching the most complete reflecting the genealogy relationships between taxa was declared as the main taxonomist’s goal. This purpose hasn’t a fundamental importance only, i.e. an increasing in knowledge about the world. In practice, the heuristic power of an approaching natural system is in demand due to its increase predictive power, i.e. the ability to predict certain properties in as yet unexplored groups, related in one way or another to those studied. Marking such a natural groups opens up opportunities for predictive estimates of varying degrees of certainty concerning both the evolutionary tendencies of organisms and their some, essential from the point of view of applied research, properties.
A eukaryotic cell is a symbiotic ensemble, somewhat super-cell, the basic property of which is the production and secretion of an “outside product” (biopolymers, enzymes, signal molecules). Eukaryotes represent a kind of mill for the biomass production and extracellular secretion with a huge biotechnological potential.
The biotechnological community is in demand for a stable macrosystem of organisms with the maximum current heuristic power (primarily for exploratory screening studies). However its creation is hampered both by the chronic incompleteness of current systems and their competition in scientific media. The time has come to create a taxonomic/biotechnological interface that allows a user-biotechnologist to quickly select the classification solution that is most adequate to modern data in order to optimization of the search for new nests of technologically significant organisms from various eukaryotic supergroups that have certain properties already studied.