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Bacteria have cells that lack a true nucleus.
What is a Prokaryote?
These are the three shapes of bacteria.
What is rod, round or spiral?
Bacteria form these when conditions become unfavorable.
What are endospores?
This is what we call bacteria that cause disease.
What are pathogens?
Some scientists believe this group of bacteria should be put into its own separate kingdom.
What are Blue-Green bacteria?
Members of the kingdom Protista are the first to possess cells that have a true nucleus.
This member of the Kingdom Protista has characteristics of both plants and animals.
What is a Euglena?
This protozoan moves by using pseudopodia, appears as a blob, and is readily found on the Elodea plant
What is an Amoeba?
Spirogyra are filamentous members of this group in the Protista kingdom.
What are Green Algae?
Some are parasites, but most are free-living in this type of environment.
What is water?
This member of the Kingdom Fungi is used to make beer, wine and bread.
What is yeast?
Most fungi gain nutrition by consuming dead or decaying organisms.
What is a saprophyte?
Fungi are made up of thin filaments called hyphae. A collection of hyphae is referred to as what?
What is a mycelium?
For centuries fungi were thought to be members of this kingdom?
What is Plantae?
A fungus that causes potato blight nearly wiped out the potato crop in this country causing millions to die or migrate to the US or Canada.
What is Ireland?
These are the three main ingredients of photosynthesis.
What are CO2, water and sunlight?
Members of the modern day plant kingdom are thought to have evolved from this group of organisms.
What are green algae?
These structures in the cells of plants are Responsible for photosynthesis.
What are chloroplasts?
This group of plants gets its name from the fact that it keeps its leaves or needles year round.
What is an evergreen tree?
This is the what the ovary and ovules of a flower becomes.
What is the fruit and seeds?
Animals are divided into two groups depending upon whether or not they have a backbone or not.
What are vertebrates and invertebrates?
Members of this group of animals have hair, have live births, and possess mammary glands.
What are Mammals?
Insects, crustaceans, and spiders are all members of this group of animals.
What is Arthropoda?
This is the substance in the exoskeleton of insects that makes the exoskeleton hard. It also makes that crunchy noise when the insect is stepped on.
What is chitin?
Sharks, skates, and rays are in a different class than fish because their skeleton is made up of this substance.
What is cartilage?
BIOLOGY REVIEW Mrs. Tedder GPS B3: Students will derive the relationships between single-celled and multi- celled organisms and the increasing complexity.
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Biology AHSGE Standard IX- Five and Six Kingdom Classifications (2 questions)
5 Kingdoms How we classify living things…. Review Terms Heterotrophic- must find it’s food Autotrophic- makes it’s own food New Terms to be learned *
5 Kingdoms Kingdom Monera (“Monerans”) Smallest and simplest lifeforms Unicellular (one-celled) no nucleus Bacteria and cyanobacteria.
Archaebacteria “Acient Bacteria” -Domain: Archae - Prokaryotes - Both autotrophic and heterotrophic - All are single celled.
Diversity of Life. Kingdom Phylum Class Order Family Genus Species The 5 Kingdom System.
The 6 Kingdoms. Archaebacteria Unicellular Organisms No Nucleus (prokaryotes) Can live in extreme conditions Cell structure different than Eubacteria.
KINGDOMS. Bacteria Prokaryotes (no true nucleus) Unicellular Autotrophic (makes own food) Heterotrophic (consumes others) Chemoautotroph (break down inorganic.
FIVE KINGDOMS OF LIFE 1. A nimalia 2. P lantae 3. P rotista 4. F ungi 5. M onera.
EUKARYOTES. EUKARYOTES ANTICIPATION GUIDE ( Choices for each question include protists, fungi, plants, and animals.) 1. Do not contain cell walls and.
The Diversity of Living Things Section 4.3. Life is Diverse 1. Classification- how scientists organize the varieties into categories 2. 3 Million Species.
5 Kingdoms Moneran One celled No separate nucleus Example: bacteria.
Taxonomy of Organisms 6.12 C. Taxonomy The branch of Science that formally names and classifies organisms by their structure, function and relationships.
Kingdoms & Domains. Eubacteria Archaebacteria ProtistaPlantaeFungiAnimalia Bacteria Archaea Eukarya 3 DOMAINS 6 KINGDOMS.
Biological Kingdoms An introduction to the six kingdoms of living things.
Kingdom Notes. Classification of Living Things 6 Kingdoms All living organisms Archaebacteria* Eubacteria* Protista Fungi Plantae Animalia * Used to be.
Diversity of Organisms and Classification Classification of Organisms Kingdom Phylum / Division Class Order Family Genus Species.
In the late 1930’s, electron microscopes were developed These let you see tiny structures within cells.
5 Kingdoms Moneran One celled One celled No separate nucleus No separate nucleus Example: bacteria Example: bacteria.
Diversity of Organisms and Classification. Classification of Organisms Kingdom Phylum / Division Class Order Family Genus Species.
KINGDOMS 5.5 Living Systems. Animal Kingdom What makes up the animal kingdom? –Many-celled organisms.
Classification Study Guide. 1. To what domain does the eubacteria kingdom belong? Bacteria 2. Bacteria are what type of cell? Prokaryotes 3. What type.
VirusDomain Prokaryotes (Kingdom Eubacteria & Archaebacteria) Kingdom Protista Kingdom Fungi Kingdom Plantae Kingdom Animalia Not cellular (nucleic.
1. Explain the term “taxonomy” 2. Explain the necessity for classifying living things 3. Identify the scientist that developed the current classification.
Diversity of Modern Life Kingdom Monera (Monerans) Smallest and simplest lifeforms Unicellular (one-celled) no nucleus Bacteria and cyanobacteria.
$1 Million $500,000 $250,000 $125,000 $64,000 $32,000 $16,000 $8,000 $4,000 $2,000 $1,000 $500 $300 $200 $100 Welcome.
Classification. Grizzly bear Ursus arctos Polar bear Ursus maritimus Giant panda Ailuropoda melanoleuca Binomial Nomenclature Do Ursus arctos and Ursus.
Kingdom Protista. Introduction Does not fit into kingdom fungi, animalia, or plantae Live in water Most are unicellular and some are multicellular Features.
BACTERIA 4 Prokaryotic Cells 4No Nucleus 4No Organelles 4Small! Dysentery.
Protist and Fungi Notes: Chapter 19 & Kingdoms Archaebacteria Archaebacteria Eubacteria Eubacteria Protist Fungi Plant Animal.
5 Kingdom System vs. 3 Domain System Previously the diversity of life was classified based on 5 kingdoms 1.Monera (prokaryotes) 2.Protists (simple eukaryotes)
1.Kingdom Monera 2.Kingdom Protista 3.Kingdom Fungi 4.Kingdom Plantae 5.Kingdom Animals (Click on the Kingdom name)
TAXONOMY OF ORGANISMS 6.12 C. TAXONOMY The branch of Science that formally names and classifies organisms by their structure, function and relationships.
Kingdoms and Domains Section 18–3 This section describes the six kingdoms of life as they are now identified. It also describes the three-domain system.
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.
Kingdom Animalia The kingdom Animalia includes all 1.2 million species of animals on earth, 950,000 of which are insects! All animals are made of many.
Five Kingdoms of Living Things. Each living thing must have most of the following: Ability to MOVE around from place to place, or make things inside it.
Introduction to Classification. Why do we classify things? To organize To organize To see relationships between organisms To see relationships between.
Classify the following organisms based on their characteristics Classification Scavenger Hunt:
Kingdoms of Modern Life Kingdom Monera (“Monerans”) Smallest and simplest lifeforms Unicellular (one-celled) no nucleus Bacteria and cyanobacteria.
Domains Bacteria (Eubacteria) Archaebacteria Eukarya.
Diversity in Archaea, Bacteria, and Eukarya (except for animals)
Domains The 3 Domains are Archaea, Eubacteria and Eukaryota (Eukarya) Each Domain includes 1 or more Kingdoms Domains are bigger than Kingdoms Archaea.
Diversity of Organisms. Six Kingdom System Archaea Eubacteria Protists Fungi Animals Plants.
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