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Moneran One celled No separate nucleus Example: bacteria
Protist Most one celled Have nucleus and other cell structures Examples: algae, amoeba
Fungus Many celled Cannot move Absorb nutrients from other organisms Examples: mushrooms, yeast, molds
Plant Many-celled Cannot move Use energy from the sun to make sugars Examples: trees, flowers, ferns
Animal Many-celled Most can move Get energy by consuming other organisms Examples: invertebrates, 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 Moneran? NEXT QUESTION
Which is a picture of a Fungus? FINISHED
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