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The Kingdom of EubacteriaSingle-Celled Prokaryotic Producer/Consumer No Organelles Some are helpful by producing vitamins and foods like yogurt Example: strep, E-coli
The Kingdom of ArchaebacteriaSingle-Celled Prokaryotic Producer/Consumer No Organelles Found in extreme environments like hot springs and salt lakes Example: Thermophiles
The Kingdom Protista Single-Celled Eukaryotic Producer/ConsumerContains organelles Examples: algae, amoeba, diatoms, volvox, paramecium, euglena
The Kingdom of Fungi Single and Multi-celled EukaryoticProducer/Consumer Contains organelles Examples: mushrooms, yeast, molds, mildews, decomposers
The Kingdom of Plantae Multi-Cellular EukaryoticProducer(photosynthesis) Contains organelles Contains plastids / chloroplasts Examples: Mosses, trees, flowers, ferns, angiosperms
The Kingdom of AnimaliaMulti-Cellular Eukaryotic Consumer Cells Lack a Cell Wall Examples: worms, fish, birds, mammals
Which is a picture of a Plant?NEXT QUESTION
Which is a picture of a Protist?NEXT QUESTION
Which is a picture of an Animal?NEXT QUESTION
Which is a picture of a Fungi?FINISHED
Taxonomy - Classifying the 6 Kingdoms. Kingdom This is the largest taxon. All organisms are placed in 1 of 6 groups based on their cell structure. A group.
Characteristics of the Six Kingdoms
Classification of Organisms
Kingdoms & Domains Chapter 19
Differences and Similarities Why do we put that there?
Animalia Plantae Protista Fungi Monera
Cells and Classification of Life Reassessment Review
Characteristics of Living Organisms
3 Domains Everything that is living Archae Eukarya Bacteria.
Chapter 19 The Six Kingdoms Bacteria Archaea Protista Fungi Plantae Animalia.
Major Characteristics of the Six Kingdoms. Six Kingdoms Archaebacteria Eubacteria Protista Fungi Plantae Animalia.
18-3 Kingdoms and Domains. The Tree of Life Evolves Organisms originally grouped as either plant or animal Scientists realized that bacteria, protists.
A Tour Through The Kingdoms Chapter Terms to Review Prokaryote: – Simple cells that have no nucleus. Eukaryote: – Complex cells, with a nucleus.
CLASSIFICATION OF LIFE
The Six Kingdoms Organisms are placed into kingdoms based on five questions 1.Prokaryotic or Eukaryotic? 2.Unicellular or Multicellular? 3.Producer or.
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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