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Do Now: 1. To ____________ means to organize things into groups based on similarities. (taxonomy or classify) 2.The science of classifying living things is called ____________. (taxonomy or classification) Itinerary: 1.Kingdom notes 2. Exit slip? Homework: Vocab cards: archaebacteria, eubacteria, protista, Fungi, plant and animal (vocab word on one side, characteristics on back side) December 13, 2010 - Take out agendas and science folders.
Domains 1.The Archaea (archaebacteria) - prokaryotic, very ancient life forms 2.The Bacteria (eubacteria) - prokaryotic, more advanced 3.The Eukarya (eukaryotes) -All eukaryotic -Broken down into kingdoms -Protista kingdom, Fungus kingdom, Plant kingdom, and Animal kingdom
1 st Kingdom Archaebacteria – “ancient” bacteria a.Prokaryotic – no nucleus b.Single-celled (unicellular) c.Some move by themselves d. Producers – use chemicals (salt, sulfur, methane) e. Found in extreme environments a.Asexual reproduction – binary fission
Archaebacteria Archaebacteria under a light microscope that came from a hot spring!
2 nd Kingdom: Eubacteria – “modern” bacteria a. Prokaryotic – no nucleus b. single celled – but some live in colonies with other cells c. Some move d. Some consumers – mostly decomposers e. Some producers – act like plants and do photosynthesis f. Asexual reproduction – binary fission
3. Protista – “odds and ends” a. All eukaryotic - has a nucleus, some with a cell wall b. Single celled and Multi-cellular c.Some move, some don’t d.Producers or consumers e.Reproduce – cell division, some have sexual reproducion
4.Fungi – the “decomposers” a. All Eukaryotic, with a cell wall b. Most multicellular, some unicellular c.Do not move, live in moist areas d.All consumers – decomposers e.Reproduce sexually and asexually
Questions 1. The classification system most commonly used today separates organisms into six major groups called __________________. 2. Because bacteria don’t have an organized nucleus or organelles, they are called _____________. 3. __________________ are organisms with a nucleus and organelles surrounded by membranes. 4. Name and give an example member of each kingdom. ___________________________________________ ___________________________________________ ___________________________________________