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Classification Biology Agriculture
5 Kingdoms Animalia Plantae Fungi Monera Protista
Kingdom Protista Protozoa – one cell eukaryotes Most are found in aquatic habitats Some thrive in moist soils They live in a: Symbiotic Relationship Independent Relationship
Kingdom Protista Protozoa Classified by the way they move. Flagellates – move themselves with small flagella.
Kingdom Protista Sarcodines – move by extending parts of their cytoplasm and cell membrane. Ex. Amoeba
Kingdom Protista Ciliates – hundreds of flagella propel them.
Kingdom Protista Sporozoans – Carried along with current in the body.
Kingdom Monera All monerans are prokaryotes Bacteria Carry out biological activities for life. Decomposers Most are beneficial Characterized by their shape
Kingdom Monera Bacteria have three basic shapes; 1. Rod
Kingdom Monera Bacteria have three basic shapes; 2. Corkscrew
Kingdom Monera Bacteria have three basic shapes; 3. Spherical
Kingdom Monera Movement Motile – able to move Non-motile – Not able to move Growth Increase number rather then size
Kingdom Moneria Beneficial bacteria Rhizobium bacteria Located on alfalfa roots to change nitrogen from the atmosphere so the plant can use it. Nitrogen fixation
Kingdom Moneria Beneficial bacteria Majority of bacteria in the body are beneficial Intestinal tract is lined with millions of bacteria
Kingdom Moneria Harmful bacteria Many are Pathogens Pneumonia Diphtheria Leprosy Produce toxin that are harmful to the body.
Kingdom Moneria Antibiotics Chemicals that inhibit the growth of bacteria Penicillin – first antibiotic discovered from mold
Kingdom Fungi Fungi Non-motile Decomposers Do not photosynthesize Eukaryotic
Kingdom Fungi Habits; Must be around moisture Decomposers Types of Fungi Terrestrial Molds Mold found on old bread
Kingdom Fungi Types of Fungi Water Molds Water dwelling Club Fungi Mushrooms Sac Fungi Yeast- they produce CO2, this is what causes bread to rise.
In the late 1930’s, electron microscopes were developed These let you see tiny structures within cells.
Kingdoms Dr. Childs Science Computer Lab Winter, 2004.
Prokaryotic vs. Eukaryotic Cells ProkaryoticEukaryotic Primitivemodern Simplecomplex DNA is in nucleiod regionDNA is in nucleus No membrane boundmembrane.
7 th Grade Virus & Fungi Standard B. B Viruses – extremely small non-living particles 1. simple structure, vary in shape a. protein coat, surrounds.
Biology AHSGE Standard IX- Five and Six Kingdom Classifications (2 questions)
FUNGI. Fungi Kingdom Eukaryotes. Use spores to reproduce. Heterotrophs cannot make their own food. Need warm, moist places to grow. Examples: yeast, molds.
Aim: How do scientists classify living organisms?.
Classification of the Five Kingdoms Overview after Ward’s Taxonomy Activity.
Diversity in Living Organisms. Five Kingdom Classification The five kingdom classification, the most modern classification was given by Whittaker…… Whittaker.
Protista and Fungi – 7.3, 7.4 Trashketball!. Organisms that get energy from other living things are called… A. Autotrophs B. Heterotrophs C. Decomposers.
What are protists? Very diverse group of organisms containing over 200,000 species NOT members of the kingdoms plantae, animalia, fungi or bacteria Eukaryotes.
Classification of Organisms The most basic category of organisms is called a kingdom. Most scientists divide organisms into five major kingdoms. The five.
Kingdoms (simple to complex) 1. Monerans 2. Protists 2. Protists 3. Fungus 3. Fungus 4. Plants 4. Plants 5.Animals 5.Animals.
17.4 Domains and Kingdoms KEY CONCEPT The current tree of life has three domains.
Essential Natural Science 1 Unit 7 HOME RESOURCESCONTENTS CLOSEBACK ACTIVITYLINKS CONTENTS RESOURCES ACTIVITY LINKS.
Kingdoms Of Living Things. Virus Non living, but they do have hereditary material or DNA Can only reproduce inside another living cell. It injects its.
PROTISTS AND FUNGI. KINGDOM PROTISTA Kingdom Protista Eukaryotes (cells with nuclei). Live in moist surroundings. Unicellular or multicellular. Autotrophs,
Are things That Different? Yummy How do You Do That? Picture This Mixed.
14.2 The Six Kingdoms. Three main characteristics that distinguish the members of each kingdom a. Cellular type (complex or simple) b. Their ability to.
The Five Kingdoms. Most modern scientists use the five kingdom system of classification. Any system of classification is somewhat artificial. It.
The five kingdoms of living organisms NameInstitution.
The Five Kingdoms Life Science Standards of Learning Mrs. Holster.
The 6 Kingdoms. Classification Domain (recent addition)-Kingdom- Phylum - Class- Order- Family- Genus- Species 3 Domains Archaea Archaea Bacteria.
BACTERIA AND ARCHAEABACTERIA Objectives: Identify two domains of prokaryotes. Describe the physical features that are used to classify prokaryotes. Explain.
Kingdom Fungi. Living things Animals (Animalia) Plantae (Plants) Protista (e.g. Amoeba) Monera (e.g. bacteria) Fungi (e.g. Dogs, cats, pigs, cows, birds,
Kingdom Fungi. Targets 1. Describe the basic structure of fungi. 2. Explain the function of spores in fungal reproduction. 3. Compare and contrast the.
PROTISTS AND FUNGI. Commonalities / Differences in the Protist Kingdom All are eukaryotes (cells with nuclei). Live in moist surroundings. Unicellular.
PROTISTS AND FUNGI. Similarities and Differences in the Protist Kingdom All are eukaryotes (cells with nuclei). Live in moist surroundings. Unicellular.
D OMAINS AND K INGDOMS. More inclusive than Kingdoms Based on molecular (DNA) analysis ◦ Organisms grouped based on how long they have been evolving independently.
S S ONE BIOLOGY. WEEK THREE TOPIC: CLASSIFICATION OF LIVING THINGS.
FUNGI. KINGDOM FUNGI Important characteristics Eukaryotic- have a nucleus Use spores to reproduce Heterotrophs Some unicellular, some are multicellular.
18-3 Kingdoms and Domains. The Tree of Life Evolves Organisms originally grouped as either plant or animal Scientists realized that bacteria, protists.
Lab Exercise # 2Zoo Cells were discovered in 1665 by a British scientist named Robert Hooke. He was able to observe the cell with the use of the.
5 KINGDOMS OF LIVING THINGS 6. Animals Characteristics of Animals Kingdom: Eukaryotes ( an organism with a complex cell or cells. Genetic material /DNA.
19.1 Diversity of Protists KEY CONCEPT Kingdom Protista is the most diverse of all the kingdoms.
The Protist Kingdom The Protist Kingdom is one of the most diverse groups and includes organisms that have characteristics similar to but are not classified.
The Six Kingdoms. Introduction 1. Archaebacteria 2. Eubacteria 3. Protists 4. Fungi 5. Plants 6. Animals.
Which of the following is not a kingdom of life? A.Primates B.Plantae C.Protista D.Archaebacteria.
Kingdoms. Archaebacteria Type of cells: Prokaryotic Unicellular Movement: Some move Nutrition: Some are producers, some are consumers. Examples: Live.
6 Kingdoms Archaebacteria Eubacteria Protista Fungi Plantae Animalia These four kingdoms are believed to have evolved from the Archaebacteria. Formerly.
KEY CONCEPT The current tree of life has three domains.
KINGDOMS AND DOMAINS. The tree of life shows our most current understanding. New discoveries can lead to changes in classification. - Until 1866:
Cell Pre-Quiz True of False? All living things are made of cells. All cells contain DNA. Viruses are a type of cell because they contain DNA. All cells.
Archaebacteria Archae - Archaic meaning ancient Single celled Prokaryotic – lack a nucleus Live in extreme environmental conditions.
Overview of the Six Kingdoms. Vocabulary Which term means one-celled? Many-celled? multicellular multicellular unicellular unicellular Which term means.
Living Things Vocabulary with Realia ( slides2-12 ) Abiotic and Biotic in an Ecosystem example of a Community 5 Kingdoms chart descriptions of the 5 kingdoms.
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