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Copyright © 2005 Pearson Prentice Hall, Inc. Chapter 20 The Diversity of Fungi.

) A mushroom fairy ring (F 20.8 p. 394) Copyright © 2005 Pearson Prentice Hall, Inc. Imperfect Fungi –Species in Which Sexual Structures Have Not Been Observed algal layer fungal hyphae attachment structure Some Fungi Form Symbiotic Relationships Lichens: Formed by Fungi That Live with Photosynthetic Algae or Bacteria The lichen: A symbiotic Partnership (F20.9 p. 394) Diverse lichens (F20.10 p. 395) Mycorrhizae/


AP Biology Domain Bacteria Domain Archaea Domain Eukarya Common ancestor Kingdom: Fungi Domain Eukarya.

AP Biology Domain Bacteria Domain Archaea Domain Eukarya Common ancestor Kingdom: Fungi Domain Eukarya AP Biology General characteristics  Classification criteria  eukaryotes  heterotrophs  feed by absorption  mostly multicellular  except /spores MEIOSIS Zygomycete (Bread Mold) Life Cycle AP Biology Basidiomycete Life Cycle FUSION of and hyphae fruiting body MEIOSIS spores gills lined with basidia basidium zygote (n) haploid (n + n) dikaryotic strain 2n (diploid) AP Biology The /


KEY QUESTIONS What are Pathogens? How are they classified? Are they good or bad? Objective 8.L.1 – Summerize the basic characteristics of viruses, bacteria,

Bacteria are prokaryotic and unicellular. Bacteria are prokaryotic and unicellular. Bacteria have cell walls. Bacteria have cell walls. Bacteria have circular DNA called plasmids Bacteria have circular DNA called plasmids Bacteria can be anaerobes or aerobes. Bacteria can be anaerobes or aerobes. Bacteria are heterotrophs or autotrophs. Bacteria are heterotrophs or autotrophs. Bacteria are awesome! Bacteria are awesome! Review Review Bacteria, Fungi, and Protista are living organisms Bacteria, Fungi, and/


Unit V: Bacteria, Viruses, Protists and Fungi Chapters 18-20.

Bacteria, Viruses, Protists and Fungi Chapters 18-20 VIRUS Viruses, Viroids, and Prions Viruses: are associated with a number of plant, animal, and human diseases; can only reproduce by using the metabolic machinery of the host cell; are noncellular; may have a DNA or RNA genome. In 1884, Pasteur suspected something smaller than bacteria/more information, visit www.pandemicflu.gov BACTERIA The Prokaryotes A. Prokaryotes include the bacteria and archaea. – 1.Bacteria were discovered in the seventeenth century/


Unit 2 Microbiology. Lesson 1 – Evolution of Microbes  View the video “Microbial Evolution” and respond to student worksheet.  Lecture: Species Concept.

Due to an enterotoxin, a type of exotoxin. The enterotoxin is secreted by the bacteria and affects the cell membrane of intestinal cells. It makes the host cell membrane more permeable to chloride ions. As /.uk/nwfg/fungbiot.htm Activity Provide 4 examples of why fungi are important in biotechnology and explain their use. Fungi There are 3 basic types of fungi a.Unicellular fungi - Yeast b.Filamentous fungi – Mold and fungi c. Macroscopic fungi – Mushrooms We will limit our discussion to the first two/


Morphology Unit 1 Microbes, Protists, and Fungi Unit 1 Microbes, Protists, and Fungi.

Morphology Unit 1 Microbes, Protists, and Fungi Unit 1 Microbes, Protists, and Fungi Ch 23 Bacteria  Prokaryotes - single cell organisms without a membrane bound nucleus and organelles.  All bacteria are prokaryotic and are the earliest known group of living organisms.  There are 2 branches of bacteria  Eubacteria - What we think of when we hear the word bacteria  Archaebacteria - (archaea) bacteria that lives in extreme conditions.  Prokaryotes - single cell organisms without a membrane/


Health Watch An investigation into the dangers of fungi and bacteria.

. Scientists under the direction of the Obama Administration have developed a new cure for disease. The Cure The cure eliminates all bacteria and fungi within an ecosystem. The scientists believe that the device will benefit mankind by eliminating deadly diseases by removing the fungi and bacteria the cause them. Your Mission President Obama remains unconvinced. He is not sure that the cure will benefit mankind as/


Harmful Microbes What are germsgerms? Harmful effects of bacteria.  Cause Diseases (<1% of bacteria cause diseases)  Three ways to get disease. Through.

animals. CCauses metal to rust and wear away. Bacteria Eating the TitanicTitanic. Harmful effects of bacteria. Can Bacteria Get SickSick? How to prevent diseases.  Vaccinations.  Antibiotics.  Wash hands after using bathroom or whenever dirty.  Cook food properly. Harmful effects of bacteria. SStore food properly. C/ a worm). When is Cheese Mold Good or Bad? Harmful Effects of Fungi DDiseases in humans. The presentation ends here. How a few scientists transformed the way we think about disease.


Classification, Bacteria, & Viruses Unit 7. Early Systems of Classification  Biologists use a system of classification to organize information about.

Organizing Life’s Diversity  The three domains are Bacteria, Archaea, and Eukarya.  The six kingdoms are Bacteria, Archaea, Protists, Fungi, Plantae, and Animalia. Chapter 17 Domain Bacteria  Eubacteria are prokaryotes whose cell walls contain peptidoglycan. Organizing Life’s Diversity 17.3 Domains and Kingdoms Chapter 17 Domain Archaea  Archaea are thought to be more ancient than bacteria and yet more closely related to our eukaryote ancestors. Organizing Life’s/


How do you think you did on the ch. 3 Test? How long did you study?

Waste Products Light Living Things Nonliving Things Plants Pressure Animals Protists Fungi Water Sand Bacteria Do-Now: Contrast the terms organism and species. Contrast population and community. The living components of an ecosystem are _____. The/Name the six kingdoms of organisms and identify two characteristics of each. Explain the importance of bacteria and fungi in the environment. Describe the importance of protists in the ocean environment. Describe how angiosperms and animals depend on each other. /


Microbiology 205 Georgetta Seidel.

It is generally found on the foot where it is given the name watering can foot Mycetoma may be due to several fungi or actinomycetes (actinomycetoma). Actinomycetes are bacteria producing filaments like fungi. Both the fungi and the actinomycetes are found in soil and plant material in tropical regions. The organism is inoculated into the skin by a minor injury, for example, a cut with a/


Types of Micro-organisms

Antibiotics chemicals produced by microorganisms which can kill or stop the growth of bacteria & fungi e.g. penicillin importance: effective in treating many diseases such as meningitis, syphilis, etc Antibiotics Broad-spectrum antibiotics/vinegar (usually together with salt) kill bacteria by acid Osmotic preservation by adding salt or sugar to remove water from micro-organisms by osmosis Food Preservation Irradiation Preservatives expose food to -radiation kill bacteria and moulds & prevent food spoilage Preservatives /


LIVING AND NONLIVING THINGS

, like a human or tree, and small living things, like bacteria, are organisms. Bacteria are the simplest organisms that carry /and other organisms to use. More Fungi Some fungi are parasites. Parasites absorb food from living organisms. Examples of parasites are: a. Dutch Elm disease killing trees. b. ringworm, which is a human skin disease. The Monera Kingdom Monera means alone. The monera kingdom has only one kind of organism. Monerans are usually one-celled organisms that do not have organelles. Bacteria/


6 Kingdoms of Life.

Number Unicellular- single celled organism – protozoans, bacteria, some algae Multicellular- many celled organism – /Fungi All fungi are eukaryotic They may be unicellular or multicellular All fungi have a cell wall Unicellular (yeast) Multicellular Fungi Fungi can be very helpful and delicious Penicillin Fungi can be very helpful and delicious Many antibacterial drugs are derived from fungi Fungi Fungi also causes a number of plant and animal diseases: Athletes Foot Fungi Ringworm Fungi Locomotion Fungi/


Parade Through the Kingdoms Presentation

. The third domain, Eukarya, contains all four of the eukaryotic kingdoms: Animalia (animals), Fungi (fungi), Plantae (plants), and Protista (protists). The Domain Bacteria Contains a single kingdom, Eubacteria. Some scientists call this kingdom Bacteria. Bacteria are prokaryotes and have no internal compartments. Bacteria are found in practically every environment on Earth. Characteristics of Bacteria Bacteria have strong exterior cell walls made of peptidoglycan, a weblike molecule complex made of/


Overview: Mighty Mushrooms

compete for their food predation: eventually consuming the bacteria 48 Which of the following phyla includes aquatic, flagellated fungi? Ascomycota Basidiomycota Chytridiomycota Zygomycota Answer: c 49 Which of the following phyla includes aquatic, flagellated fungi? Ascomycota Basidiomycota Chytridiomycota Zygomycota 50 Which of the following statements about mycorrhizae is false? They are important in natural systems and agriculture. Almost all vascular plants have them. Foresters/


Viruses, Bacteria, Protists, Fungi

products that plants need to grow. Decomposing bacteria roots Nitrogen-fixing bacteria Health and Medicine Bacteria _______________ Bacteria ____________ Good bacteria can help harmful bacteria from making your sick. ________________ - purified and made into medicine for people that cannot make their own. Help to digest food Make vitamins Insulin-making bacteria Protists ___________ - eukaryotes that cannot be classifies as animals, plants, or fungi All protists live in _____ surroundings. Animal/


Fungi. Bacteria Archaea Lobose amoebae Cellular slime molds Plasmodial slime molds Fungi Choanoflagellates Animals Parabasilids Diplomonads Euglenids.

Fungi Bacteria Archaea Lobose amoebae Cellular slime molds Plasmodial slime molds Fungi Choanoflagellates Animals Parabasilids Diplomonads Euglenids Kinetoplastids Glaucophyte algae Red algae Green algae Land plants Green plants Foraminifera Chlorarachniophytes Ciliates Dinoflagellates Apicomplexa Oomycetes Diatoms Brown algae STRAMENOPILA ALVEOLATA RHIZARIA PLANTAE EXCAVATA BIKONTA CHROMALVEOLATA UNIKONTA OPISTHOKONTA AMOEBOZOA All eukaryotes are protists except for the fungi, animals, and land plants /


Chapter 4 Eukaryotic Microorganisms

a very low moisture content, generally too low to support the growth of bacteria. 5. Fungi require somewhat less nitrogen for growth than bacteria. Fungi are capable of using complex carbohydrates, such as lignin (wood), that most bacteria cannot metabolize. Fungi differ from bacteria in certain environmental requirements and in the following nutritional characteristics: 1. Fungi usually grow better in an acidic pH (5.0), which is too acidic/


Domain Archae Domain Bacteria Kingdom Protista Kingdom Plantae Kingdom Animalia Kingdom Fungi # of cells Type of cell w/ regard to organelles Mode of nutrition.

prokaryotic eukaryotic Mode of nutrition Chemo- autotrophi c autotrophic or heterotr. autotrophic or heterotrohic Photo- autotrophic but rarely hetero. heterotrophic Example species Domain Archae Domain Bacteria Kingdom Protista Kingdom Plantae Kingdom Animalia Kingdom Fungi # of cellsunicelled unicelled, colonies and multicelled multicelled, but rarely unicelluled Type of cell w/ regard to organelles prokaryotic eukaryotic Mode of nutrition Chemo- autotrophic autotrophi c or heterotr. autotrophic/


Chapter 12: The Eukaryotes: Fungi, Algae, Protozoa, and Helminths

The Eukaryotes: Fungi, Algae, Protozoa, and Helminths Arthropods as Vectors Fungi Algae Protozoa Helminths $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500 FINAL ROUND Topic 1: Fungi $100 Question / $100 Question What do tapeworms eat? red blood cells host tissues intestinal contents intestinal bacteria Answer = C ANSWER BACK TO GAME Topic 4: Helminths $100 Answer What do tapeworms eat? red blood cells host tissues intestinal/


Bacteria, Protists, and Fungi 7th.  Bacteria are very small unicellular organisms that do not contain organelles  This makes them prokaryotes  They.

between plant roots and fungi, where the fungi gets food and the plant gets nutrients  Penicillin and other medicines can be made from fungi  Break down cell wall of bacteria  Help us make food like bread and cheese Cons for fungi  Cause health issues if bad ones are ingested  Live on skin  Cause huge amounts of crops to be destroyed  Spoil food Lichens  Cool little relationship between bacteria and fungiFungi break down/


Describe How Humans Use And Are Affected By Micro-Organisms A.S.90168 2 credits.

class Specific learning objectives (SLO) 1Recognise that micro-organisms are very tiny and found almost everywhere on Earth and in and on living things. 2Appreciate the relative sizes of bacteria, fungi and viruses. 3Describe the structure and life processes of bacteria. 4Describe the structure and life processes of fungi. 5Describe the structure and “life processes” of viruses. 6Safely culture bacteria and fungi. 7Understand the factors that affect the life processes of micro-organisms. The/


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rights reserved. ResourcesChapter menu Section 3 The Diversity of Living Things Objectives Name the six kingdoms of organisms and identify two characteristics of each. Explain the importance of bacteria and fungi in the environment. Describe the importance of protists in the ocean environment. Describe how angiosperms and animals depend on each other. Explain why insects are such successful animals. Chapter 4 Copyright © by Holt, Rinehart/


Copyright © by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. All rights reserved. ResourcesChapter menu The Organization of Life Chapter 4 Table of Contents Section 1 Ecosystems:

rights reserved. ResourcesChapter menu Section 3 The Diversity of Living Things Objectives Name the six kingdoms of organisms and identify two characteristics of each. Explain the importance of bacteria and fungi in the environment. Describe the importance of protists in the ocean environment. Describe how angiosperms and animals depend on each other. Explain why insects are such successful animals. Chapter 4 Copyright © by Holt, Rinehart/


Chapter 21 The Nature of Microorganisms. Domains The three domains: Eubacteria Archaea Eucarya  Kingdom Protista  Kingdom Fungi  Kingdom Plantae 

Domains The three domains: Eubacteria Archaea Eucarya  Kingdom Protista  Kingdom Fungi  Kingdom Plantae  Kingdom Animalia Bacteria Differences in Eubacteria and Archaea Eubacteria has the compound peptidoglycan in their cell wall, Archaea does not Different kind of lipids in their plasma membrane The DNA of Archaea is largely unique from other living organisms  Eubacteria and Eukaryotes are more similar in genetic make-up, than Eubacteria/


Structure and Functions of Microorganisms Classification of Life - Prokaryotes vs. Eukaryotes - Bacteria, Parasites, Fungi & Viruses.

of Microorganisms Classification of Life - Prokaryotes vs. Eukaryotes - Bacteria, Parasites, Fungi & Viruses Classification of Life ThinkWell Video What’s the main difference between prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells? Organisms without a cell nucleus or any other membrane bound organelle DNA found in the nucleoid within the cytoplasm of organism. Examples: Bacteria and Archaea. Organisms whose cells are organized into complex structures organelles. DNA found in the/


{ Friend or Foe Infectious diseases. Head Lice Virus, Bacteria, Fungi or Parasite Friend Foe OR.

children than adults.  Transmission: person to person and contagious  Treatments: antiviral drugs  Preventive measures: Getting the vaccine CORRECTInfluenza Classification: Virus { Study its features, habitat or general location, actions Not Quite, Try Again Try Again Try Again PROBIOTICS Virus, Bacteria, Fungi or Parasite Friend Foe OR {  Living bacteria and yeasts that are good for your health. CORRECTProbiotics Classification: Bacteria/Fungi { Not Quite, Try Again Try Again Try Again/


Classifying Life Lesson 2. Think about your kitchen and how it’s organized… List some reasons we organize our kitchens? List some reasons we organize.

obtain food from other organisms. What would happen to a forest without fungi? Dead organisms would be piled up because they were not broken down. The nutrients from once- living material would not be available to other organisms. Bacteria and Protists The simplest unicellular organisms have no nucleus. They are divided into 2 kingdoms: The simplest unicellular organisms have no nucleus. They are/


BACTERIA. PROTISTS. FUNGAL AND VIRUSES Microbiology is the study of microorganisms, a collection of organisms that are generally only be visible with a.

collection of organisms that are generally only be visible with a microscope. Members of the microbial world are very diverse and include: bacteria, protists, fungi and viruses. MICROSCOPES: Microscopes permit extremely small objects to be seen, objects measured in the metric system in micrometers (um) and nanometers(nm). A micrometer is equivalent to a millionth of a meter, while a nanometer is a billionth of/


What are bacteria? How are they classified? Are they good or bad? Warm Up.

Bacteria are prokaryotic and unicellular. Bacteria are prokaryotic and unicellular. Bacteria have cell walls. Bacteria have cell walls. Bacteria have circular DNA called plasmids Bacteria have circular DNA called plasmids Bacteria can be anaerobes or aerobes. Bacteria can be anaerobes or aerobes. Bacteria are heterotrophs or autotrophs. Bacteria are heterotrophs or autotrophs. Bacteria are awesome! Bacteria are awesome! Review Review Bacteria, Fungi, and Protista are living organisms Bacteria, Fungi, and/


Introduction to the Kingdoms Of Life Chapter 19. How do scientists organize all living organisms? Scientists classify and organize organisms based on.

example of a prokaryotic organism raise your hand The Three Domains of Life Bacteria- thought to be the oldest living thing (contains organisms in kingdom Eubacteria) - Prokaryotic Archaea- contains Archaebacteria - Prokaryotic Eukarya- contains all four eukaryotic kingdoms (protist, animals, plants and fungi) - Eukaryotic The 6 Kingdoms of Life To organize and classify all organisms into the six kingdoms of life required scientists to look/


2 Points: Easy Which letter shows bacilli bacteria? Be sure to hide the answer. Answer = B.

Points: Easy Which organelle is the arrow pointing at? Be sure to hide the answer. Answer = Flagella 2 Points: Easy Name 2 molecules cyanobacteria and plant-like protista create by photosynthesis. 1.Sugar (glucose) 2.Oxygen 2 Points: Easy Which organelle of bacteria, protista, and fungi allows materials to enter and exit cells? Cell membrane (plasma membrane) 2 Points: Easy Name the 2 kingdoms of/


What are bacteria? How are they classified? Are they good or bad? Warm Up.

Bacteria are prokaryotic and unicellular. Bacteria are prokaryotic and unicellular. Bacteria have cell walls. Bacteria have cell walls. Bacteria have circular DNA called plasmids Bacteria have circular DNA called plasmids Bacteria can be anaerobes or aerobes. Bacteria can be anaerobes or aerobes. Bacteria are heterotrophs or autotrophs. Bacteria are heterotrophs or autotrophs. Bacteria are awesome! Bacteria are awesome! Review Review Bacteria, Fungi, and Protista are living organisms Bacteria, Fungi, and/


Viruses, Bacteria, and Fungus How they affect us!.

Nature Environmental Recycling Disease - Fighting Fungus-Plant Root Association Disease- Causing Food Environmental Recycling Many are decomposers Fungi and Food Yeasts help to make bread We eat mushrooms and truffles Disease – Fighting Fungi Penicillium produces a substance that kills bacteria Disease – Causing Fungi Many are parasites Corn smut and wheat rust destroyed crops Athlete’s Foot Ring worms Fungus-Plant Root Association Symbiotic relationship in which hyphae/


Viruses & fungi By:Afnan Bakhsh. Fungi: : Mycology: study of fungi. Fungi: group of heterotrophic eukaryotic cells. Fungi called saprophytes because they.

2) Mold: Multicellular (multinucleated cell). Consists of branching hyphae forming Mycelium. Multiply both sexually and asexually. What are the best conditions to grow fungi? Media: Sabouraud Dextrose Agar (SDA). PH: wide range of PH especially acidic. Moisture. /from 20-300 nm. We can see it by electron microscope. Viruses infect human, plants, animals and bacteria. Viruses that infected bacteria are called: bacteriophage. Cultivation of viruses: Inoculation of lab animals (ex: mice, hamster). Inoculation /


Characteristics of Life. LO: Describe the structure of viruses SLE: Think critically and solve problems Viral Disease Informational Posters: Make a poster.

: Are Viruses Bad for You? Yes. Homework: LO: Describe the structure and behavior of bacteria and viruses. SLE: Apply academic habits for success. 1.Read p. 34-37/Bacteria (not a protist, but what the heck) 5.Diatoms 6.Desmids (a type of algae) For each organism, draw it, title it, and say what objective lens you used. Characteristics of Fungi: Fungi are eukaryotic heterotrophs that have rigid cell walls and are usually decomposers. Most, but not all, fungi are multi-celled. How fungi get energy: Fungi/


6 Kingdoms of Life SOL BIO: 5 a-f. The student will investigate and understand life functions of archaebacteria, monerans (eubacteria), protists, fungi,

Kingdom Divisions: Cell Number Unicellular- single celled organism – protozoans, bacteria, some algae Multicellular- many celled organism – cells start to /Fungi All fungi are eukaryotic They may be unicellular or multicellular All fungi have a cell wall Unicellular (yeast) Multicellular Fungi Fungi can be very helpful and delicious Many antibacterial drugs are derived from fungi Penicillin Fungi Fungi also causes a number of plant and animal diseases: Athletes Foot Fungi Ringworm Fungi Locomotion Fungi/


H ARMFUL AND B ENEFICIAL M ICROORGANISMS. H ELPFUL AND H ARMFUL M ICROORGANISMS A microorganism is a living thing that is too small to see without a microscope.

upon decaying organic materials. In the later stages of decomposition, mites, millipedes, centipedes, springtails, beetles and earthworms further break down and enrich these composting materials. Medicine- One of the most important groups of medicines, antibiotics, is produced by fungi and bacteria. Most antibiotics used today were found originally in fungi. Fungi get their nourishment from dead animals or plant matter. Microorganisms A LGAE B ENEFICIAL MICROORGANISM, KNOWN/


Happy Monday 4/14 TOC 19 Understanding Bacteria Video Questions 4/11 20 Week 4 Bell Work 4/14 21 Kingdom Fungi Notes 4/14 Bell Work Week #4 1.Name a deadly.

a deadly bacteria. 2.Can we ever wash off all the bacteria on our bodies? 3.Name two ways bacteria are helpful? 4.What does it mean to be antibiotic resistant? The Fungi Kingdom Mycology -the study of fungi fungi - singular fungus - plural 1) fungi are / The Fungi Kingdom Wind and water can carry pieces of hyphae to new places. If enough moisture and food is present, the spores/hyphae can grow into new fungi Fungi can also reproduce from pieces of hyphae. Fungi Reproduction Cont’d: The Fungi Kingdom 1/


Lesson 4 View the video “Microbial Evolution” and respond to student worksheet Lecture: Species Concept and Evolutionary Domains. Response to questions.

this domain Contain extremophiles - Hyperthermophiles: live in high temperatures. - Methanogenic : produce methane. - Extreme halophiles: live in high salt environments. Contains Ignicoccus, bacteria with the smallest genome. Three Domains - Microbiology Eukarya rRNA phylogeny based on 18S rRNA. Four kingdoms: Protista, Fungi, Plant, and Animal. Range from single cell to complex multi-cell organisms. Rapid diversification of Eukarya was tied to changes in oxygen levels/


Structure and Functions of Microorganisms Classification of Life - Prokaryotes vs. Eukaryotes - Bacteria, Parasites, Fungi & Viruses.

of Microorganisms Classification of Life - Prokaryotes vs. Eukaryotes - Bacteria, Parasites, Fungi & Viruses Classification of Life ThinkWell Video What’s the main difference between prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells? Organisms without a cell nucleus or any other membrane bound organelle DNA found in the nucleoid within the cytoplasm of organism. Examples: Bacteria and Archaea. Organisms whose cells are organized into complex structures organelles. DNA found in the/


The Cell Theory Unit 3 – Lesson 2 Notes. Vocabulary Cells The basic units of structure and function of living things. Organelles The structures that make.

’s a membrane? BACTERIA Eukaryotes Eukaryotes – cells that contain membrane bound organelles. Examples: Protists Fungi Plants Animals Protists Amoeba – single cell organism - moves with a pseudopod (foot like projection)  Paramecium – single cell organism - has cilia – short hair-like projections Fungi There are four types of fungi: sac fungi zygote fungi club fungi imperfect fungi Sac FungiImperfect Fungi Zygote Fungi Club Fungi Eukaryotes We will be discussing animal cells and plant cells in/


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rights reserved. ResourcesChapter menu Section 3 The Diversity of Living Things Objectives Name the six kingdoms of organisms and identify two characteristics of each. Explain the importance of bacteria and fungi in the environment. Describe the importance of protists in the ocean environment. Describe how angiosperms and animals depend on each other. Explain why insects are such successful animals. Chapter 4 Copyright © by Holt, Rinehart/


6 Kingdoms of Life Diversity of Life. S7L1:The student will investigate the diversity of living organisms and how they can compare scientifically. b.

Kingdom Divisions: Cell Number Unicellular- single celled organism – protozoans, bacteria, some algae Multicellular- many celled organism – cells start to /Fungi All fungi are eukaryotic They may be unicellular or multicellular All fungi have a cell wall Unicellular (yeast) Multicellular Fungi Fungi can be very helpful and delicious Many antibacterial drugs are derived from fungi Penicillin Fungi Fungi also causes a number of plant and animal diseases: Athletes Foot Fungi Ringworm Fungi Locomotion Fungi/


Bacteria. Bacteria _______________ Kingdom One-celled organism NO NUCLEUS……___________________!

Can cause cavities What is an antibiotic? An antibiotic is a medicine that kills or inhibits the growth of microbes, such as bacteria and fungi. Alexander Fleming discovered the first antibiotic, penicillin, in 1927. Fungi Fungi Fungi Kingdom Single-celled or Multicellular EUKARYOTIC! Found EVERYWHERE! (Deserts, Arctic) Sexual or Asexual Reproduction Fungus Structures Mycelium - Vegetative part (plant) of a fungus, consisting of branching, thread- like hyphae/


Unit 6: Classification and Diversity CH 17 The Tree of Life Ch 18 Viruses and Prokaryotes Ch 19 Protists and Fungi.

genes for antibiotic resistance on a plasmid. A copy of the plasmid is transferred through conjugation. Resistance is quickly spread through many bacteria. Ch 19 Protists and Fungi 19.1 Diversity of Protists Protists are eukaryotes that are not animals, plants, or fungi. Animal-like protists –heterotrophs –single-celled Plantlike protists –single-celled, colonial, or multicellular –no roots, stems, or leaves Funguslike decompose dead/


Copyright © 2009 Pearson Education, Inc.. Lectures by Gregory Ahearn University of North Florida Chapter 16 The Diversity of Life Translated and Rearranged.

Fig. 16-4 BACTERIA ARCHAEA EUKARYA fungi plants animals protists Copyright © 2009 Pearson Education Inc.  Kingdom-level classification remains unsettled.  Biologists recognized: 15 kingdoms among the Bacteria. 3 kingdoms in the Archaea 4 kingdoms among the Eukarya. أربع ممالك في حقيقيات النواة. مملكة الحيوانات  Animals مملكة النباتات  Plants مملكة الفطريات  F ungi مملكة الأوليات  Protists 16.2 What Are The Domains Of Life? Copyright © 2009 Pearson Education Inc. 16.3 Bacteria And Archaea  Earth’s/


6 Kingdoms of Life. The student will investigate and understand life functions of archaebacteria, monerans (eubacteria), protists, fungi, plants, and.

Kingdom Divisions: Cell Number Unicellular- single celled organism – protozoans, bacteria, some algae Multicellular- many celled organism – cells start to /Fungi All fungi are eukaryotic They may be unicellular or multicellular All fungi have a cell wall Unicellular (yeast) Multicellular Fungi Fungi can be very helpful and delicious Many antibacterial drugs are derived from fungi Penicillin Fungi Fungi also causes a number of plant and animal diseases: Athletes Foot Fungi Ringworm Fungi Locomotion Fungi/


6 Kingdoms of Life. The student will investigate and understand life functions of archaebacteria, monerans (eubacteria), protists, fungi, plants, and.

Kingdom Divisions: Cell Number Unicellular- single celled organism – protozoans, bacteria, some algae Multicellular- many celled organism – cells start to /Fungi All fungi are eukaryotic They may be unicellular or multicellular All fungi have a cell wall Unicellular (yeast) Multicellular Fungi Fungi can be very helpful and delicious Many antibacterial drugs are derived from fungi Penicillin Fungi Fungi also causes a number of plant and animal diseases: Athletes Foot Fungi Ringworm Fungi Locomotion Fungi/


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