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and develop, reproduce, respond to their environment, adapt to their environment.  Prokaryotae(Monera) - Unicellular and Microscopic. Non- membrane bound (no nuclear membrane, no ER, no mitochondria). Cell wall made of murein. Examples: Bacteria, Cyanobacteria. 5 Kingdoms of Life  Protista- Unicellular (mainly) Many live in aquatic environments. This is usually the kingdom including organisms which arent animals, plants or fungi that don’t form tissues/


(heterotrophs who consume their food) 5 Kingdom System vs. 3 Domain System Because of evolutionary analysis, most scientists have adopted a 3 domain classification system over the 5 kingdom system. Monera is now divided between the Domains Bacteria / Heterotrophs that feed on other organisms (dead or alive) Amoeba Trypanosoma causes sleeping sickness. Paramecium Protozoa Example: Malaria Parasite Plant-like Protists Carry out photosynthesis Dinoflagellates Euglena Diatoms Plant-like Protists Three Types of /


Animalia 1990s Eubacteria Archaebacteria Protista Fungi Plantae Animalia Formally the Kingdom Monera now broken into two Kingdoms: Eubacteria Eubacteria Archaebacteria Archaebacteria E. Coli (http://www3.niaid/ structures (fruit, cones) to aid in dispersal of seeds. http://www.jtrue.com/cartoons/art/low/plant_layoff.jpg Kingdom Plantae Examples: Examples: http://www.tcr.gov.nl.ca/nfmuseum/images/whitespruce7shoecovejune82002.jpg http://www.landscapingyourself.com/images/1plant1.jpg Animal (Domain Eukarya/


Kingdom Monera - Bacteria Kingdom Monera - Bacteria Reproduction and Ecological Roles www.onacd.ca Bacterial Reproduction Asexual reproduction: BINARY FISSION BUDDING / produced by a microorganism that restricts the growth of another microorganism Where do antibiotics come from? many are produced from other living organisms example. Penicillin is collected from the fungi penicillium (above) Streptomycin comes from the bacteria streptomyces some antibiotics are modified chemically and some are produced/


can feed on many different things Protist Single Celled All have a nucleus Absorb, ingest, and/or photosynthesize food Examples are: paramecium, amoeba Protist Activity – Protist VS. Monera Complete the Venn Diagram using your notes on the kingdoms Protist and Monera. Activity – Protist VS. Monera Animals Largest group of living things on earth Have many cells Cannot make their own food More than a million/


dead language? They are static – don’t change So Why Use a Scientific Name? Maybe if we use an example using an animal you know. Mountain Lion Devil Cat Ghost Cat Screaming Cat Puma Florida Panther Cougar There are at/ domains –Archaebacteria –Everything else –Along with 5 kingdoms The Five Kingdom System n Monera n Protista n Fungi n Animalia n Plantae Small Things in All Kingdoms But Mostly Protists and Monera Big Things in 3 Kingdoms Monera Kingdom n Unicellular n Unicellular,microscopic n No nucleus –/


a dead language? They are static – don’t change So Why Use a Scientific Name? Maybe if we use an example using an animal you know. Mountain Lion Devil Cat Ghost Cat Screaming Cat Puma Florida Panther Cougar There are at least/italics n Capitalize genus, species lower case Five Kingdom System Can you name them? n Monera n Protista n Fungi n Animalia n Plantae Small Things in All Kingdoms But Mostly Protists and Monera Big Things in 3 Kingdoms Monera Kingdom n Unicellular n Unicellular,microscopic n No nucleus/


kingdoms, Animalia and Plantae Animalia Plantae –1866: all single-celled organisms moved to kingdom Protista Protista –1938: prokaryotes moved to kingdom Monera Monera –1959: fungi moved to own kingdom Fungi –1977: kingdom Monera split into kingdoms Bacteria and Archaea Archea Bacteria The 6 kingdoms are classified into domains. Domains are above the kingdom/to be closely related – 2 nd word: Species (specific, never written alone) Example: House cat – Genus: Felis (wild cats, mountain cats, jungle cats, /


Rings Image Courtesy of http://mytopography.com/wp-content/before%20fall.jpgtesy of What are the 5 Living Kingdoms? Plants (Image courtesy of http://www.toptropicals.com/pics/garden/c17/9858.jpg) Animals (Image courtesy / of http://staff.tuhsd.k12.az.us/gfoster/standard/bvirus_files/image005.jpgImage Courtesy of http://www.bioremediate.com/lyngbya.jpg Monera Give examples of the following Autotrophs: Heterotrophs: Protist Cell Structure: –Uni-cellular Environment: –Watery environments Food: –They can either/


cocci) rod (bacilli) spiral (spirilli) Kingdom Protista(“Protists”) Single-celled or multicellular more complex than organisms in Kingdom Monera nucleus protozoans (animal-like) algae (plant-like) Protozoans Kingdom Protista no cell wall or chlorophyll internal / fungi (yeast and mildew) Kingdom Plantae Multicellular, cell walls, and chlorophyll Largest and longest-living things on Earth Create food through Photosynthesis Nonvascular Plants CANNOT conduct water Example: Moss Moist environment Vascular Plants/


cocci) rod (bacilli) spiral (spirilli) Kingdom Protista(“Protists”) Single-celled or multicellular more complex than organisms in Kingdom Monera nucleus protozoans (animal-like) algae (plant-like) Protozoans Kingdom Protista no cell wall or chlorophyll internal /) sac fungi (yeast and mildew) Kingdom Plantae Multicellular, cell walls, and chlorophyll Largest and longest-living things on Earth Vascular or Nonvascular Nonvascular Plants CANNOT conduct water Example: Moss Moist environment Vascular Plants CAN /


Findings from Molecular Systematics There are two distinct evolutionary lineages of prokaryotes, the Archaea and the Bacteria  Kingdom Monera is therefore obselete, and Archaea and Bacteria are both domains in the 3D system  Archaea is /beneficial, but certain strains can cause food poisoning E. coli photo gallery 3.5 Example of An Autotrophic Bacterium Nostoc sp. Domain Bacteria, Kingdom Cyanobacteria A filamentous spherical (coccus) species Filaments are also called trichomes Trichomes form gelatinous/


kingdom Protista  Fungus, yeasts and molds placed in kingdom Fungi Tree of Life Evolves  Realized bacteria lacked nuclei and organelles  Regrouped into kingdom Monera Tree of Life Evolves  This process lead to 5 kingdoms: –Monera/Photosynthetic or heterotrophic  Some have characteristics of fungi –Others characteristics of plants –Others characteristics of animals  Examples: amoeba, paramecium Fungi  Heterotrophs  Feed on dead or decaying organic matter  Secrete digestive enzymes into food/


Phytoplankton are photosynthetic organisms that drift in the water. F. Most marine phytoplankton belong to either kingdom Monera (cyanobacteria) or the kingdom Protista. G. Diatoms: Kingdom Protista, Phylum Chrysophyta H. Diatom means “cut- in-two” 1. extremely plentiful phytoplankton especially/ (they live their whole life as plankton) 2. Meroplankton (they live part of their life as plankton) examples include starfish and barnacle Module 3 test Know highlighted notes, terms A-K on page 75 + the five pics/


What is an incorrect statement about vestigial organs? a.The human appendix and the snake’s pelvis are examples of vestigial organs b.Vestigial organs are structures that were once useful to the species’ ancestor but no /) – Now we have 5 kingdoms 1.Animalia 2.Plantae 3.FungiEukaryotes (nucleus) 4.Protista 5.Monera – Prokaryotes (bacteria) no nucleus Taxomony science of identifying and classifying organisms according to specific criteria using these categories: Kingdom (largest/Diverse)King Phylum (Division/


County Ponds Some Examples Phytoplankton Kingdom Monera – The Blue-green “Algae” Nostoc sp. Forms colonies composed of filaments of moniliform cells in a gelatinous sheath Possess heterocysts (clear, thick-walled cells) capable of nitrogen fixation Phytoplankton Kingdom Monera – The Blue/equal diameter throughout whole length Rigid sheath that can extend beyond the cells in the filament Phytoplankton Kingdom Monera – The Blue-green “Algae” Merismopedia sp. Cells arranged in perpendicular rows one cell thick /


living organisms NameInstitution Contents 1. Classification 2. Origin 3. Examples 4. The five kingdoms: 4.1. Monera 4.2. Protista 4.3. Fungi 4.4. Plantae 4.5. Animalia 5. Summary All living organisms are divided into five kingdoms Origin  First known classification: Aristotle (384 -322 B.C):  Modified by Linnaeus (1707-1778): 3 kingdoms: animalia, vegetabilia and mineralia.  Robert. H. Whittaker classified living organisms/


Standard IX- Five and Six Kingdom Classifications (2 questions) Five and Six Kingdom Classification CONTENT STANDARD 9. Differentiate between the previous five-kingdom and current six-kingdom classification systems. ELIGIBLE CONTENT A. Identify and define similarities and differences between the five-kingdom and six-kingdom classification systems. 5 Kingdom Classification Domain Bacteria Kingdom Monera- Unicellular and prokaryotic Domain Eukarya Kingdom Protista- Unicellular/multicellular and eukaryotic/


. What household product did they name after Joseph Lister? The Classification of Living Things: All Living Things AnimaliaPlantaeMICROORGANIMS Monera Archebacteria Eubacteria FungiProtista Kingdom Monera Archaebacteria:Archaebacteria: Primitive bacteria Survive under extreme conditions Types:Types: Thermophiles- extreme heat Methanogens- swamps, no O /effects. E.g. Coliform levels in water = fecal pathogens Examples: Pneumonia, tuberculosis, botulism, Flesh Eating Disease Streptococcus Necrotizing Fasciitis


classes that share important characteristics. Kingdom - largest taxonomic group, consisting of closely related phyla CLASSIFICATION Whittaker’s Five Kingdoms, 1965 Kingdom Monera (Bacteria) Kingdom Protista Kingdom Fungi Kingdom Plantae Kingdom Animalia Woese, 1985 Prokaryotic organisms / record Morphology Embryological patterns of development Chromosomes and DNA Taxa show unique combinations of characteristics. For example, birds have feathers, beaks, and wings, and lay eggs, while mammals have hair, teeth/


in living things SOUTH DAKOTA CORE SCIENCE STANDARDS 9-12.L.1.2. Students are able to classify organisms using characteristics and evolutionary relationship of major taxa. (APPLICATION) Kingdoms Examples: animals, plants, fungi, protista, monera Phyla Examples: invertebrates, vertebrates, divisions of plants LIFE SCIENCE: Indicator 1: Understand the fundamental structures, functions, classifications, and mechanisms found in living things Core High School Life Science Performance/


The Five Kingdoms 1. 1. Monera 2. 2. Protista 3. 3. Fungi 4. 4. Plantae 5. 5. Animalia 1. Monera Simplest organisms, one celled, prokaryotic everywhere on earth, Found everywhere on earth, some/make their own food though photosynthesis) Live in both aquatic & land environments Plants do not move Examples include: mosses, ferns, grasses, shrubs, flowering plants (angiosperms), trees (gymnosperms) PLANTAE Kingdom PLANTAE We will look at 9 phyla (plural of phylum) 1.Poriferans 2.Coelenterates 3.Platyheminthes 4/


, class, kingdom Corder, family, genus Dgenus, family, species 2. Unicellular, prokaryotes would be classified into the category… AFungiB Monera CProtistaD Plantae Agenda Warm-up Notes Concept Map Video-Outbreak Clean-up Cool-down Monera Guided Notes MONERA single celled /substance produced by a microorganism which harms or kills another microorganism However, antibiotics DO NOT harm viruses Antibiotics Example: Penicillin Comes from mold (fungus) Stops the creation of a cell wall during binary fission Many /


) Animalia 2) The 3-Domain System (“superkingdoms”) 1) Archaea 2) Bacteria 3) Eukarya Which is the most primitive? 3 Domains 3 Domains contain 6 Kingdoms Classification 5 Kingdoms turns into 6 Monera is now Eubacteria and Archaeabacteria Just another example of changes in science Classification System  Linnaeus created a classification system based on organism’s form and structure.  He created 7 taxa (classification “groups/


extreme cold and high pressure on the sea bed. Bacteria in pond water Bacteria on apple Bacteria Bacteria belong to the kingdom Monera. They are unicellular organisms They are classified according to three shapes Spherical (cocci) Rod (bacillus) Spiral (spirillum) /to almost all known antibiotics (multi-resistant). As a result present day antibiotics become ineffective. MRSA is one example. Misuse Over use of antibiotics This results in the increased growth of antibiotic resistant bacteria Failure of some /


Quiz 3. Recap- What have we been discussing? Viruses 4. Today-Discuss Bacteria!!! Objective: identify the differences between bacteria and viruses Monera Kingdom: (Mon-ear-a) page 80  One celled (but larger then viruses)  Lack a nucleus, have a cell well, /) 3. Algae (plant like)  plantlike protist move w/ flagellum ; a tail! 4. Mold (fungus like) Fungus Kingdom page 102  Examples: Mushrooms, molds, yeasts  Consumers & decomposers- They can not make their own food  Most are Saprophytes: organisms that /


Scientists then separated Monera into Eubacteria and Archaebacteria 3 Domains  A domain is more inclusive than a kingdom  Domain Bacteria Kingdom Eubacteria  Domain Archaea Kingdom Archaebacteria  Domain Eukarya Kingdom Protista Kingdom Fungi Kingdom Plantae Kingdom Animalia Domain Archaea-Kingdom Archaebacteria  Unicellular  Prokaryotic-No nucleus  Many live in extreme / harsh environments (conditions)  Mostly autotrophic by chemosynthesis  Simplest cells  Examples: Methanogens, halophiles Domain/


and "blue-green algae", into a separate Kingdom Monera (1956) Two Domains Became Five Kingdoms Robert Harding Whittaker (1920–1980) elevated the fungi to their own Kingdom in 1969 Whittaker’s Five Kingdoms, one for prokaryotes and four (protists, fungi/ Release of phage Infection of recipient Legitimate recombination Transduction Horizontal Gene Transfer (HGT) The classic examples of evolutionarily significant HGT are the origins of mitochondria and chloroplasts from endosymbiosis Multiple transfers are /


order into families, each family into genera, and each genus into species. KINGDOM MONERA (monerans) - Single cell No true nucleus - prokaryote (genetic material scattered and not enclosed by a membrane) Some move (flagellum); others dont Some make their own food (autotrophic); others cant make their own food (heterotrophic) Examples - bacteria cyanobacteria KINGDOM PROTISTA (protists) Single cell Have a true nucleus – eukaryote Some move (cilia/


a small number of cells They can have characteristics similar to plants or animals Characteristics of the Protista Kingdom: Eukaryotes Heterotrophic and Autotrophic Unicellular (some live in colonies) Mostly aquatic Mostly asexual reproduction Motile and non-motile Examples: Protozoa and Algae MONERA Characteristics of the Monera (Bacteria) Kingdom:. Prokaryote (organism that lacks a nucleus and other complex cell structures = primitive cell). Heterotrophic and autotrophic Anaerobic/


extreme cold and high pressure on the sea bed. Bacteria in pond water Bacteria on apple Bacteria Bacteria belong to the kingdom Monera. They are unicellular organisms They are classified according to three shapes 1.Spherical (cocci) 2.Rod (bacillus) 3./to almost all known antibiotics (multi- resistant). As a result present day antibiotics become ineffective. MRSA is one example. Misuse Over use of antibiotics This results in the increased growth of antibiotic resistant bacteria Failure of some patients /


MONERA Prokaryotes called BACTERIA All BACTERIA were in the KingdomMONERA CURRENT Classification Prokaryotes (BACTERIA) are divided into 2 very different KINGDOMS EUBACTERIA ARCHAEBACTERIA Eubacteria vs. Archaebacteria BOTH: Prokaryotes, unicellular, autotrophic or heterotrophic EUBACTERIA: Larger kingdom/into simpler substances Works as sewage treatment; produces purified water; releases nitrogen and CO2 EXAMPLE: Nitrogen Fixation Process by which nitrogen is converted into a form plants can use Nitrogen/


Archaebacteria & Eubacteria (formerly the Kingdom Monera) Part 3 Classification notes What is an Archaebacteria? Prokaryotes that live in /green bacteria) MYCORRHIZA: mutualistic relationship between fungus and plants Decomposers that return and recycle nutrients EXAMPLES breadmold (Rhizopus stolonifer), yeast (single-celled), Mushrooms, Puffballs, Bracket Fungi, Athlete’s foot, ringworm PLANTAE KINGDOM NOTES Plants are autotrophic (produce their own food), multi-cellular, eukaryotes Plants are autotrophic/


Kingdoms Animal Monera Fungi Plant Protist The Animal Kingdom b Move From Place To Place. b Don’t make Their Own Food. b Some eat meat, plants or both. b Digest food. b Examples are Humans, dogs,and cats. Why an Animal ? b It belongs in the Animal Kingdom Because in the Animal Kingdom it would be classified as a mammal. The Bacteria Kingdom/ own food. b They don’t move. b Examples are illnesses and cheeses Why Bacteria? b It belongs in the Bacteria Kingdom because the Chamydomonas doesn’t make it’s own food/


6.Animalia OLD VERSION CURRENT VERSION ***VIRUSES ARE NOT CONSIDERED TO BE LIVING!!! Classification Video Kingdom: Monera Type of cells: prokaryotic Unicellular/Multicellular: most unicellular Mode of Nutrition: Heterotrophic & Autotrophic Examples: Bacteria *New Kingdoms: *Archaebacteria - cell walls lack muramic acid (live in extreme regions) *Eubacteria - cell walls have muramic acid. Kingdom: Protista Type of cells: eukaryotic Unicellular/Multicellular: most unicellular Mode of Nutrition: Heterotrophic/


contain these pigments are different from chloroplast in plant cells.  Found everywhere, salt water, fresh water, land, hot springs, and arctic Kingdom Eubacteria-Examples  Prochlorobacteria:  Newly discovered group  Contain chlorophyll A & B  This makes them more similar to plants. Kingdom Eubacteria-Examples Kingdom Archaebacteria  Lack complex carbohydrate in cell wall  Live in extremely harsh environments  Methanogens: live in oxygen free environments like thick mud and/


KINGDOM MONERA  STRUCTURE  Have very few organelles  Consist of a cell membrane, cell wall, cytoplasm, ribosomes, genetic material, and a flagellum  Genetic material is DNA or RNA  Flagellum is used for movement Kingdom /Archaebacteria -- Live in extreme environments Methanogens—produce methane gas(marshes,lakes, & digestive tracts) Live in water with high concentrations of salt Hot acidic water of springs Prokaryotes that live in more hospitable places (almost anywhere) True Bacteria Examples/


of a human is: Kingdom Monera  Moneran – an organism without a membrane- bound nucleus; also known as a prokaryote ; most monerans have only 1 cell. Bacteria What is a moneran? What is an example of a moneran? Kingdom Protista  Review: What is/with a microscope. Fungus  Fungus – a decomposing, or parasitic organism that is separated from the plant kingdom because of the way it gets nutrients. Fungi  Examples of fungi:  Mushrooms  Yeast  Mold  Mildew Fungi Spore – a single reproductive cell that/


were grouped together in one kingdom called Monera. Now they are separated into two kingdoms: Archaebacteria and Eubacteria Now they are separated into two kingdoms: Archaebacteria and Eubacteria Kingdom Archaebacteria A. Prokaryotic with cell walls made up of uncommon lipids 1. Unicellular 2. Autotrophic or Heterotrophic B. Found in extreme environments 1. Swamps, deep-ocean hydrothermal vents 2. Oxygen free environments Examples: halobacterium, methanogens and thermoacidophiles/


difficult Where do we put the frogs? TAXONOMY Where do we put the dogs? The Five Kingdoms Protist Monera (bacteria) Fungi Plant Animal The Protist Kingdom Amoeba Single Celled All have a nucleus Absorb, ingest, and/or photosynthesize food Examples are: paramecium, amoeba Amoeba Examples Paramecium The Monera (Bacteria) Kingdom Simplest form of life Do not have a nucleus Absorb food These are bacteria and cyanobacteria which/


Kingdoms of Living Organisms Your Name Table of Contents The Living Dead VIRUSES Viruses Viruses are tiny pathogens that can invade an organism and cause diseases. They are much smaller than a living cell. Viruses are not considered to be living because they do not carry out several life functions. For example/acid. Draw and label a type of environment inhabited by archea. Kingdom Monera (Bacteria & Cyanobacteria) The Kingdom Monera, consists entirely of eu(bacteria) and cyanobacteria (blue-green bacteria.) /


Kingdoms There are 6 Kingdoms of Life: 1) Kingdom Archaea: Prokaryotic extremophiles 2) Kingdom Monera: All other prokaryotes 3) Kingdom Protista: single celled Eukaryotic organisms 4) Kingdom Fungi: fungus (absorptive) 5) Kingdom Plantae: plants (photosynthetic autotrophs) 6) Kingdom Animalia: animals (heterotrophs) Kingdom Plantae and Kingdom Fungi We will deal with two “Kingdoms/ that form seeds inside a protective chamber called an ovary. Examples: Monocots: Orchids, lilies, grasses, palms, bamboo (Eu)/


worth 90 pts. Terrible way to start your new grades with an E now. Especially since conferences are 2 weeks away. 1) Examples of viruses? 2) Are viruses alive? grow - YES and NO develop – YES and NO lifespan - YES AND NO use /two  Sexual - needs a male and female to reproduce EVERY LIVING THING IS PUT INTO ONE OF FIVE GROUPS CALLED KINGDOMS BASED ON ITS CHARACTERISTICS/ TRAITS  MONERA  PROTISTA  FUNGI  PLANTAE  ANIMILIA http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bEk- 3fvutMc ARCHAE - archaebacteria “living fossils/


O 2 and releases CO 2  Takes in CO 2 and releases O 2  Carries out protein synthesis Kingdom EUBACTERIA (Monera) We now introduce you to the one species of the famous Staphylococcus genus. This scanning electron micrograph of Staphylococcus / Carries out protein synthesis yes Check Off For Eubacteria (check YES if true, leave blank if NO) Animal Kingdom Examples of other animals (invertebrates) people forget about! INVERTEBRATE ANIMALS More strange animals Animal Cells Prokaryote Membrane Bound Organelles/


has 84 strains D. Pathogenic or Harmless? more than 90% either harmless or beneficial to humans II. Features of the Kingdom Monera A. Prokaryotic Cells B. Colonies or Filaments C. Motility 1. Most nonmotile 2. Some possess bacterial flagella 3. Others/ chlorophyll b. Chemoautotrophic bacteria 1) Obtain energy through oxidation of reduced inorganic groups (NH 3, H 2 S) 2) Examples: iron, sulphur, and hydrogen bacteria 3. Human relevance of the Unpigmented, Purple, and Green Sulphur Bacteria a. Compost and/


, ATGCGCTGGC, A. Deletion B. Duplication C. Inversion D. Replication Classification The Science of Taxonomy 5 Kingdom vs 6 Kingdom 5 Kingdoms: Monera (prokaryotic), Protista (eukaryotic), Fungi* (eukaryotic), Plantae* (eukaryotic), Animalia (eukaryotic) 6Kingdoms: Eubacteria (prokaryotic/Reproduction ( found only in Angiosperms) Nonvascular Plants Nonvascular plants lack roots, stems, and leaves. Examples: Mosses, Liverworts, and Hornworts Vascular Plants Vascular tissues are xylem and phloem. (much like our/


, ATGCGCTGGC, A. Deletion B. Duplication C. Inversion D. Replication Classification The Science of Taxonomy 5 Kingdom vs 6 Kingdom 5 Kingdoms: Monera (prokaryotic), Protista (eukaryotic), Fungi* (eukaryotic), Plantae* (eukaryotic), Animalia (eukaryotic) 6Kingdoms: Eubacteria (prokaryotic/Reproduction ( found only in Angiosperms) Nonvascular Plants Nonvascular plants lack roots, stems, and leaves. Examples: Mosses, Liverworts, and Hornworts Vascular Plants Vascular tissues are xylem and phloem. (much like our/


Bacteria: The Monera Kingdom Bacteria are classified into two groups: Eubacteria (true bacteria) and Archaebacteria (Ancient Bacteria). They are autotrophic /feed on living things together with bacteria, they allow the recycling of dead organisms into the environment mushrooms, molds and yeast are common examples of fungi. Basic Fungus Groups Zygomycota Ascomycota Basidiomycota Deuteromycota Common molds Ascomycota Sac fungi Basidiomycota Club fungi Deuteromycota Imperfect fungi Oomycota Water molds /


, ATGCGCTGGC, A. Deletion B. Duplication C. Inversion D. Replication Classification The Science of Taxonomy 5 Kingdom vs 6 Kingdom 5 Kingdoms: Monera (prokaryotic), Protista (eukaryotic), Fungi* (eukaryotic), Plantae* (eukaryotic), Animalia (eukaryotic) 6Kingdoms: Eubacteria (/ Reproduction ( found only in Angiosperms) Nonvascular Plants Nonvascular plants lack roots, stems, and leaves. Examples: Mosses, Liverworts, and Hornworts Vascular Plants Vascular tissues are xylem and phloem. Xylem transports water/


who’s who of the Protista Kingdom What are The five kingdoms? Monera PROTISTA Fungi Plantae Animalia What is a Protist? Do any of these look familiar? What are the characteristics of the Kingdom Protista? 1. Eukaryotic 2./ Algae- The plant like protists Key Characteristics: Autotrophs Use chloroplasts to make food. Examples include Euglenoids, Dinoflagellates, Diatoms and Seaweeds. euglenoid Example: Euglena Example: plankton Dinoflagellates and Diatoms Diatoms Green Algae Provides most of the Earth’s oxygen/


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