2Vocabulary Which term means one-celled? Many-celled? multicellular unicellularWhich term means that the organism produces its own food? Consumes food?autotrophheterotroph
3VocabularyProkaryotic – describes an organism with cells that have a cell membrane but do NOT have a nuclear membraneEukaryotic – describes an organism with cells that have a cell membrane and a nuclear membrane
4Vocabulary Autotrophic – makes its own food Heterotrophic – gets nutrients from the food it consumes
5List of the Three Domains and the Six Kingdoms 1. Domain BacteriaKingdom Eubacteria2. Domain ArchaeaKingdom Archaebacteria3. Domain EukaryaKingdom ProtistaKingdom FungiKingdom PlantaeKingdom Animalia
6Kingdom EubacteriaBacteria can live in many places on earth, inhabiting a wide variety of habitats, including other organismsUnicellularProkaryoticAutotrophic or heterotrophicThick cells walls with peptidoglycan
7Kingdom EubacteriaBacteria come in different shapes, such as round, spiral and rod-shaped.
8Kingdom EubacteriaBacteria can cause a wide variety of diseases, such as strep throat, food poisoning and the Black Death (bubonic plague of the Middle Ages)
9Kingdom EubacteriaBacteria also play an important role in decomposition, nitrogen fixation and human digestion (E. coli)Soybean root containing billions of bacteria
10Kingdom EubacteriaProcholorococcus – an autotrophic bacterium – What does that mean about how it gets its nutrients?
11Kingdom EubacteriaBacteria from an Nitrifying Trickle Filter (NTF) stained with acridene orange. The stain makes DNA appear yellow and RNA appear orange.
12Kingdom Archaebacteria Bacteria that live in extreme habitats, such as hot springs, geysers, volcanic hot pools, brine pools, black smokersUnicellularProkaryoticAutotrophic or heterotrophicCell walls without peptidoglycan
13Kingdom Archaebacteria Morning Glory Pool in Yellowstone National Park – note the bright colors from the archaebacteria growing in the extremely hot water.
14Kingdom Archaebacteria Some like it hot! Bacillus infernus
15Kingdom Archaebacteria Archaebacteria can live deep in the ocean near geothermal vents called black smokersThere is no light, so they carry out chemosynthesis instead of photosynthesis
16Kingdom Protista Extremely diverse group Eukaryotic Most unicellular, some colonial, some multicellularAutotrophic and heterotrophicSome with cell walls containing cellulose; some carry out photosynthesis with chloroplasts
17Kingdom Protista Euglena - autotrophic Volvox – a colonial protist A slime moldAmoeba - heterotrophic
18Kingdom Fungi Eukaryotic Most are multicellular Heterotrophic (decomposers)Cell walls made of chitin