Scheme #1 For people who consider viruses to be lifeforms, but not descendants of cellular lifeforms.
Cytota — cellular lifeforms. This would include the morphological groupings prokarya and eucarya, and the genetic groupings archaea and bacteria.
Acytota — this group would include viruses, and in some primordial life scenarios the ancestors of the cytota, making the acytote morphological condition the ancestral one for the biota, and thus making the acytota a paraphyletic grouping unless it were restricted solely to modern viruses.
Table #1 — This works as a morphological distinction, and it is possible it corresponds to natural genetic groupings as well.