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THE SIX KINGDOMS BY: J and Z
A kingdom made up of bacteria that live in extreme environments
A kingdom that contains all prokaryotes except archaebacteria !!!
Giardia lambliaProtista swimming
A kingdom of mostly one celled eukaryotic organisms that are different from plants, animals, bacteria and fungi.
A kingdom made up of non- green, eukaryotic organisms that have no means of movement,reproduce by using spores and get food by breaking down substances in their surroundings and absorbing the nutrients!!
By: Zomaira Skinner and Kali Mcfarland The Six Kingdoms.
Archaebacteria Archae - Archaic meaning ancient Single celled Prokaryotic – lack a nucleus Live in extreme environmental conditions.
Chapter 9 Classification
The 6 Kingdoms.
17.2 The Six Kingdoms.
Chapter 18 Classification.
Classification of Life. Warm Up What do you think a has in common with a ?
Kingdoms and Domains 18.3.
Objectives 18.3 Building the Tree of Life
1) To explain how scientists classify living things 2) To identify the 6 kingdoms of life.
Prokaryote - Does not contain a nucleus Eukaryote - Contains a nucleus.
Ch 17 – Classification of Organisms
Classification Levels KINGDOM PHYLUM CLASS ORDER FAMILY GENUS SPECIES “King Phillip Came Over For Grape Soda”
Six Kingdoms. What characteristics determine how to classify an organism into a kingdom?
Directions Print these slides as “handouts” 6 per page. You can fold the power point slides in half and cut them out to make flashcards. I hope this helps.
Prokaryotic vs. Eukaryotic Cells Eukaryotic Cells Prokaryotic Cells.
THE KINGDOMS Phylum away in your brain in the proper order. Then, class, you’ll be a lot of fungis.
The Six Kingdoms Life Science.
Classification of Organisms
REVIEW: Taxonomy is the study of how organisms are related. Its important to realize that Taxonomy is an inexact science. eg. Panda bears related to.
Kingdoms & Domains.
Kingdoms. Two types of cells Prokaryote- Any of the group of organisms primarily characterized by the lack of true nucleus and possessing only a few organelles,
The Diversity of Living Things Section 4.3. Life is Diverse 1. Classification- how scientists organize the varieties into categories 2. 3 Million Species.
UNIT 3: Organization of Life S7L1.a.b October 14 – October 25.
How would you describe the 6 kingdoms of classification?
Standard 9 A. Monera Eubacteria Protista Fungi Plantae Animalia B. Archaebacteria Eubacteria Protista Fungi Plantae Animalia C. Archaebacteria Monera.
Test Review Choice1Choice 2Choice 3Choice
Living Systems. Living Systems Chapter Three: Classifying Living Things 3.1 Types of Living Things 3.2 Dichotomous Keys.
What is a Fungus? Chapter 20 Section 1. Fungi What are the basic characteristics of the fungi kingdom? Eukaryotic Organisms Eukaryotic Organisms Most.
The broadest and most general category of classification is the DOMAIN.
The Six Kingdoms of Life. EUBACTERIA This is a kingdom of single-celled prokaryotes that have been around in similar forms since the beginning of life.
Introduction to the Cell Cell Theory, Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes.
The Six Kingdoms
Chapter 4: The Organization of Life Section 3: The Diversity of Living Things.
Students will be able to list the five kingdoms of life. Please get out your lab book.
Taxonomy The science of naming organisms.. Aristotle Plant or animal? If an animal, does it –Fly –Swim –Crawl Simple classifications Used common names.
Cell type (prokaryotic or eukaryotic) Source of energy Number of cells in their body.
Cell Theory All living things are composed of cells.
Bell Ringer 1/29/07 1. Which two levels of taxonomy make up the scientific name? 2. Give one example of why we use Latin for scientific names.
Dichotomous Key 1a Coin is silver in color………………………………… Go to 2 1b Coin is not silver in color……………………………. Go to 4 2a Coin has ridges around the edge…………………...
Differences and Similarities Why do we put that there?
Domains & Kingdoms (17.3) State Standard
Life Science Overview Cells, Classification, and Ecosystems.
Classification Chapter 7 sections 1 & 2 Pages
+ Chapter 10 classification. + Sec 1: Classification: Sorting it All Out Classification – the arrangement of organisms into orderly groups based on their.
The Six Kingdoms. Introduction 1. Archaebacteria 2. Eubacteria 3. Protists 4. Fungi 5. Plants 6. Animals.
Kingdoms. Scientists use differences in organisms to help identify them Essential Question: How do scientists identify organisms belonging to different.
Unicellular Organisms Objective 1.2 Identify unicellular organisms, including bacteria and protista, by their methods of locomotion, reproduction, ingestion,
**PLEASE START A NEW PAGE** classification We will read and complete section reviews to understand classification of organism and review dichotomous.
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