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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.
EUBACTERIA Prokaryote No nucleus Single-celled No cell walls Both autotrophs and heterotrophs Sessile and motile Asexual reproduction
Archaea This is a kingdom of single-celled prokaryotes that live in extreme environments.
Archaea Prokaryote No nucleus Single-celled No cell walls Both autotrophs and heterotrophs Sessile and motile Asexual reproduction
Protista This is a kingdom of mostly single-celled eukaryotes.
Protista Eukaryotes Nuclei in cells Mostly Single-celled No cell walls Both autotrophs and heterotrophs Sessile and motile Mostly Asexual reproduction
Fungi This is a kingdom sessile heterotrophs made up of many decomposers and parasites as well as other organisms.
Fungi Eukaryotes Nuclei in Cells Mostly Multicellular Cell Walls Heterotrophs Sessile Sexual and Asexual Reproduction
Plantae Plants are all sessile, multicellular, autotrophs.
Plantae Eukaryotes Nuclei in cells Multicellular Cell Wall Autotrophs Sessile Mostly Sexual Reproduction
Animalia Animalia are a diverse group of mostly motile heterotrophs. Many animals have cells that are specialized for a variety of functions like defense, reproduction, etc.
Animalia Eukaryotes Nuclei in cells Multicellular No Cell Wall Heterotrophs Mostly Motile Mostly Sexual Reproduction
Mrs. Feorino 7th Grade Science P.S. DuPont Middle School
six kingdom power point
Cell Type (Karyote) Reproduction Body Form (How many cells) Nutrition (Troph) Example Prokaryote Eukaryote Asexual Sexual Sexual or Asexual Multicellular.
Kingdoms and Domains 18.3.
Objectives 18.3 Building the Tree of Life
Organism Traits Within Kingdoms. Archaebacteria Unicellular: made of one cell Prokaryotes: very simple cells that do not have a nucleus and other organelles.
List the 6 Kingdoms Create a Mnemonic, song, or sentence with each word or the first letter of each Kingdom.
Characteristics of Living Organisms
3 Domains Everything that is living Archae Eukarya Bacteria.
7 Chapter 17 Organizing Life’s Diversity. Eubacteria Contains about 5,000 species Organisms in this kingdom: Are prokaryotic (Review: cells lack.
The broadest and most general category of classification is the DOMAIN.
Classification Lions, and Tigers, and Bears, and Bacteria, and Archaebacteria, and everything else….Oh my!
Organism #1- Elodea (Elodea canadensis) Domain: Eukarya Kingdom: Plantae Characteristics shared by all organisms within Plantae: –Plants –Eukaryotes –Photosynthesis.
Chapter Domains and Kingdoms.
18-3 Kingdoms and Domains. The Tree of Life Evolves Organisms originally grouped as either plant or animal Scientists realized that bacteria, protists.
Archaea Ancient Bacteria Bacteria Regular Bacteria Eukaryota Organisms with a nucleus.
Diversity in Living Organisms. Five Kingdom Classification The five kingdom classification, the most modern classification was given by Whittaker…… Whittaker.
Prokaryote - Does not contain a nucleus Eukaryote - Contains a nucleus.
The 6 Kingdoms.
TAXONOMY OF ORGANISMS 6.12 C. TAXONOMY The branch of Science that formally names and classifies organisms by their structure, function and relationships.
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