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5 KINGDOMS n MONERA n PROTISTA n FUNGI n ANIMAL n ANIMAL (METAZOA) n PLANT n PLANT (METAPHYTA)
KINGDOM MONERA n Division n Division Cyanophyta Schizophyta n Viruses n Rickettsia
KINGDOM MONERA n 1. Prokaryotic Cells n 2. Reproduce by binary fission and n fragmentation. n 3. Represenative of the oldest and n most primitive life on earth.
Division Cyanophyta n 1. n 1. Blue-Green Algae n (a) n (a) Nostoc n (b) n (b) Oscillatoria
DIVISION SCHIZOPHYTA (Bacteria) n I History (Spontaneous Generation) n (a) Von Leeuwenhoek (b) Redi © Spallanzani; Schultz; Schwann (d) Pasteur n II Bacteriology (science) n 1. Perfection of microscope n 2. Cessation of belief in Spontaneous n Generation n 3. Von Plenciz-Germ Theory of Disease
SCHIZOPHYTA contd. n III BACTERIA n (a) Description n (b Reproduction n © Distribution n (d) Aerobic-Anaerobic n (e) Autotrophic-Heterotrophic n (f) Size
SCHIZOPHYTA contd. n IV Size n V Classes according to morphology n VI The Bacterial Cell n VII Motility or Mobility n VIII Spore Formation n IX Growth (binary fission) Growth Curve n X Uses
5 KINGDOMS OF LIVING THINGS 6. Animals Characteristics of Animals Kingdom: Eukaryotes ( an organism with a complex cell or cells. Genetic material /DNA.
Todays Objective Given information about the development of cell theory, summarize the contributions of scientists and/or state the cell theory.
Diversity in Living Organisms. Five Kingdom Classification The five kingdom classification, the most modern classification was given by Whittaker…… Whittaker.
The History of Cell Theory How did scientist figure out that all living things are made of cells?
Scientists Organisms Infectious Agents Earth’s History.
Kingdom Classifications Section History of Kingdom Systems Aristotle was the first to classify organisms: – Plant – Animal Microscope use allowed.
The broadest and most general category of classification is the DOMAIN.
Cell Division And Reproduction We learned that cells division occurs for healing, repair and growth. But cell division is also the process that allows.
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.
Taxonomy!!. Taxonomy! Branch of biology used to classify organisms according to their characteristic similarities Consider phylogeny (evolutionary.
Viruses: Living or Non Living? Phage = virus Phage = virus Bacteriophage = virus with bacteria host Bacteriophage = virus with bacteria host Virus = genetic.
The Six Kingdoms
Classification & The Six Kingdoms. Classification History 1700s Plantae Animalia 1800s Protista Plantae Animalia 1950s Monera Protista Fungi Plantae Animalia.
Students will be able to list the five kingdoms of life. Please get out your lab book.
Microbiology: Study of microbes What is a microbe? Typically microbes are small and most cannot be seen without the aid of a microscope Microbes are comprised.
Bacteria. Cell Type Are they unicellular or multicellular? Are they prokaryotes or eukaryotes? Do they have a cell wall? What type? Explain gram staining.
Cell Structure and Function Chapter 7 EOC Goal 2.
Two Major Divisions of Cells Prokaryotic Cells: bacteria Eukaryotic Cells: plant, animals, fungi, protistsbacteria.
Organism Traits Within Kingdoms. Archaebacteria Unicellular: made of one cell Prokaryotes: very simple cells that do not have a nucleus and other organelles.
UNIT 1 Living organisms Natural Science 2. Secondary Education THE FIVE KINGDOMS.
Learning Goal Understand that all living things are made of cells. Compare and contrast prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells.
Unit ( 9 & 10: Microbes) Click to begin Which of the following is true of all algae (plant-like protists)? A.) eukaryotic B.) unicellular C.) heterotrophicD.)
The Origin of Life I. SPONTANEOUS GENERATION A. Belief that living things came from non-living things 1. Ex: Mold in my fridge came from the tomato.
Introduction to Cells What do you already know about cells? THINK, INK, PAIR, SHARE.
Department of Civil Engineering. BIOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS of WASTEWATER Importance of study is to introduced (1)the microorganisms found in surface.
Kingdom Protista. Cell Type Are they unicellular, multicellular, or both? Are they prokaryotes or eukaryotes? Do they have a cell wall? What type? Add.
The Five Kingdoms. Most modern scientists use the five kingdom system of classification. Any system of classification is somewhat artificial. It.
THE SIX KINGDOMS BY: J and Z. A kingdom made up of bacteria that live in extreme environments.
Kingdom: Monera. General characteristics Prokaryotic (no nucleus or membrane bound organelles) Most are unicellular (some live in colonies) Nobody seems.
Microbiology “scientific study of microorganisms and their effect on other living organisms”
Content Standard (4) Describe organisms in the six – kingdom classification system by their characteristics.
Kingdom Monera Bacteria PA State Standards. What is a Moneran? They are unicellular and prokaryotes (no nucleus) Small, but bigger than viruses (300 across.
Biology AHSGE Standard IX- Five and Six Kingdom Classifications (2 questions)
Ch.26/27. I. History of life A. Earth formed about 4.5 billion years ago B. Life began a few 1,000,000 years later 1. Metabolic activity found in 3.5.
Classification of the Five Kingdoms Overview after Ward’s Taxonomy Activity.
1 Classification. 2 I. Classification is the arrangement of organisms into orderly groups based on their similarities also known as taxonomy.
Life Science Chapter 7 Part 1 Living Things. Characteristics of Living Things All living things are composed of cells All living things are composed of.
Asexual Reproduction. Order of the day! Asexual Reproduction Mitosis Quiz! Presentation on cancer Individual work time Microscope booklet?
Classification Concepts. The 3 Domains of Life 3) Eukaryotes 1)Bacteria 2) Archaeabacteria.
Kingdom (?) Protista General Characteristics Most diverse kingdom, contains organisms that cannot be classified in other kingdoms Eukaryotes with little.
Principales of Plant systematic Classification: Grouping of living things are sorted into groups to order them. History of classification: Aristotle (
(NOW KINGDOM ARCHAEBACTERIA/EUBACTERIA) Microbiology: Kingdom Monera.
SIX KINGDOM POWER POINT By chase thompson. PLANT All plants have cell walls Plants mostly get there energy from the sun They contain chloroplasts.
Asexual Reproduction The formation of a new individual that has identical genetic information to its parent. Occurs in all five kingdoms –Monera (bacteria)
Classification of living organisms The modern classification of five Kingdoms system of living organisms, according to Whittaker (1969), classify the living.
Kingdom Protista The Kingdom that has all the eukaryotes that do not go in the other kingdoms.
A SEXUAL & S EXUAL R EPRODUCTION. R EPRODUCTION PRODUCES NEW INDIVIDUALS OF A SPECIES. The way a species reproduces determines how much variation the.
The five kingdoms of living organisms NameInstitution.
1 Why Study Microbiology? Ubiquity –Roles in disease –Presence everywhere Biological roles –Food chain –Environmental element recycling Animal digestion.
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