2 All organisms are classified into one of the following 6 kingdoms. Archaebacteria – bacteria that live in harsh conditionsEubacteria – bacteria that live in normal conditionsProtista – organisms made of one eukaryotic cellFungi – mushrooms and moldsPlantae – all plants including trees, bushes, and flowersAnimalia – all animals including insects
3 The grouping of organisms into KINGDOMS is based on 3 factors: 1. Cell Type2. Cell Number3. Feeding TypeNotice these are three of the categories at the top of your chart.
4 1. Cell Type- The presence or absence of a nucleus. Prokaryotes (NO nucleus) & Eukaryotes (DO carry a nucleus)
5 2. Cell number - Whether the organisms exist as single cells or as many cells Unicellular- single celled organismMulticellular- many celled organism
7 3. Feeding Type - How the organisms get their food Autotroph or ProducerMakes it’s own foodHeterotroph or ConsumerMust eat other organisms to survive
8 As we go through the PowerPoint Fill in the chart with the correct information about each of the 6 kingdoms. Remember for each kingdom your want to find:Cell Type – Prokaryotic OR EukaryoticCell Number – Single celled OR Multi celledFeeding Type – Autotrophic OR HeterotrophicHow organisms in that kingdom are important to us
45 ChordatesThe Chordata is the animal phylum with which everyone is most familiar, since it includes humans and other vertebrates.
46 Anywhere they can get food KingdomCell TypeCell #Feeding TypeArchaebacteriaProkaryoteUnicellularAutotrophEubacteriaBothProtistaEukaryoteMost UnicellularFungibothHeterotrophPlantaeMulticellularAnimaliaLocationHarsh areasEverywherePonds / LakesWet areas dead stuffForests, deserts, waterAnywhere they can get food
47 Now That you are familiar with the 6 Kingdoms of Life, complete your thinking map by putting the title of the kingdom and some illustrated examples of organisms that belong to that kingdom in each box.
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