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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.
Biology AHSGE Standard IX- Five and Six Kingdom Classifications (2 questions)
PROTISTS AND FUNGI. Similarities and Differences in the Protist Kingdom All are eukaryotes (cells with nuclei). Live in moist surroundings. Unicellular.
PROTISTS AND FUNGI. Commonalities / Differences in the Protist Kingdom All are eukaryotes (cells with nuclei). Live in moist surroundings. Unicellular.
Notes for B 2.3 Classification systems change as scientists learn more.
LIVING AND NONLIVING THINGS Biology Mrs. Bonifay.
Bacteria and Protists Ms. Dunn Forestbrook Middle Academic Standard Compare the body shapes of bacteria (spiral, coccus, and bacillus) and the body.
Bacteria How Discovered? Draw and label. Describe cell structure and how moves. How obtains food and energy? Explain types of bacteria reproduction. List.
6 Kingdoms Archaebacteria Eubacteria Protista Fungi Plantae Animalia These four kingdoms are believed to have evolved from the Archaebacteria. Formerly.
Protists. PROTISTS We have already learned about Bacteria and Viruses Now its time to study Protists MICROBES: 1.Viruses 2.Bacteria 3.Protists 4.?
Kingdom Protista. If you look at a drop of pond water under a microscope, all the "little creatures" you see swimming around are protists. If you look.
Six-Kingdom Classification. Classification Aristotle first classified organisms as either plants or animals…. This was good until… There are forms.
Protists Chapter 8, Section 1. What is a Protist? One or many celled eukaryotic organism that lives in moist or wet surroundings. Remember, a eukaryotic.
Bacteria Remember they are everywhere! In your food (yogurt), air (germs) on your body (remember our video?)
Fungi. FUNGI We have already learned about Bacteria, Viruses, and Protists Now its time to study Fungi MICROBES: 1.Viruses 2.Bacteria 3.Protists 4.Fungi.
Living Systems Bacteria and Protists Dr. Marjorie Anne Wallace, Elementary Science Resource Teacher.
CHAPTER 19 PROTISTA. Protists All Eukaryotes (Domain Eukarya) Most unicellular, some multicellular, some colonial (volvox) Autotroph or heterotroph Some.
Template by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Life Science JEOPARDY!
Kingdom Monera Also known as the Bacteria. Evolution of Monerans The original living things on earth were prokaryotic cells. They could survive in almost.
Domain Bacteria: Eubacteria Domain Archea: Archaebacteria.
Microbiology. Bacteria 1. How many cells? 2. Type of organism? 3. Nucleus? 4. Membrane bound organelles? 5. What kingdom are they in? Unicellular Prokaryotic.
Analogy: Kitchen junk drawer Animal-like Plant-like In General Mostly aquatic life Usually unicellular – Eukaryotic Reproduction: – Some asexual, some.
DOMAINDid KingdomKing PhylumPhillip ClassCome OrderOver FamilyFrom GenusGreat SpeciesSpain There are 8 ways.
Cells. All living things are made up of cells Cells are the building blocks of life Organization Organ Systems Organs Tissues Cells Tissues are made of.
Inside the Cell Plant and Animal. Enter the Cell In our journey through the cell we will see tiny cell structures, called organelles, which carry out.
The Kingdoms of Life Diversity of the Earth Characteristics of Life There are 7 Major Characteristics that all living creatures have in common. There.
Protists Protists are single celled eukaryotes. A few forms are multi-cellular. Protists often have a very complicated internal structure: a single cell.
Ch 19: Diversity of Protists. Kingdom Protista G Eukaryotes that are not animals, plants or fungi. They share some but not all of the features of plants,
CELL THEORY: 1. All living things are composed of cells. 2. Cells are the basic units of structure and function in living things. 3. All cells are produced.
Overview of the Six Kingdoms. Vocabulary Which term means one-celled? Many-celled? multicellular multicellular unicellular unicellular Which term means.
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