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Eukaryotic vs. Prokaryotic. The Six Kingdoms Original1860’s1930’s1960’s1990’s Animals Plants Fungi Plants FungiProtists Bacteria ProtistsBacteria Archaea.

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1 Eukaryotic vs. Prokaryotic

2 The Six Kingdoms Original1860’s1930’s1960’s1990’s Animals Plants Fungi Plants FungiProtists Bacteria ProtistsBacteria Archaea Discussion Questions: Why where plants and animals known about for the longest time? What lead to the discovery of protists? Bacteria? Archaea?

3 ArchaeaBacteriaProtistaFungiPlantaeAnimalia Composed of Single Celled organisms Composed of Multi- Celled organisms

4 Cells less complex No nucleus No membrane bound organelles Single circular chromosome (DNA) Cells are more complex: Cells contain a nucleus Cells contain membrane bound organelles Can be multiple, linear chromosomes (DNA) ArchaeaBacteriaProtistaFungiPlantaeAnimalia Eukaryotic Prokaryotic Cell Type, Kingdoms, and domains

5 ProkaryotesEukaryotes ArchaeaBacteriaProtistaFungiPlantaeAnimalia But… The differences between Archaea and Bacteria are so vast, that scientists use Domains, a rank more general than Kingdom, to classify them. Eg. An apple tree and a blue whale have more in common than a bacteria and an archaea.

6 Archaea Bacteria Eukaryotes ProtistaFungiPlantaeAnimalia DomainKingdom

7 Eukaryotic vs. Prokaryotic cells

8 Differentiating Characteristics DomainBacteriaArchaeaEukarya KingdomBacteriaArchaeaProtistaFungiPlantaeAnimalia ExampleStaphylo- coccus Thermus aquaticus AmoebaYeast, portobello Maple tree, moss Canis lupus (wolf) Cell TypeProkaryote Eukaryote Number of Cells Uni-cellularUnicellularUni and Multi Mostly multi Multi Cell Wall Material Peptido- glycan Not Peptido- glycan (or no wall) Cellulose in some, none in others ChitinCelluloseNo cell wall Nutrition Auto and heterotroph HeterotrophAutotrophheterotroph Repro- duction Asexual Asexual and Sexual Sexual


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