Presentation on theme: "A Tour Through The Kingdoms Chapter 18-3. Terms to Review Prokaryote: – Simple cells that have no nucleus. Eukaryote: – Complex cells, with a nucleus."— Presentation transcript:
Terms to Review Prokaryote: – Simple cells that have no nucleus. Eukaryote: – Complex cells, with a nucleus and many cell organelles. Unicellular: – Organisms made of one cell. Multicellular: – Organisms made of two or more cells. Autotroph: – Producers who make their own food. Heterotroph: – Consumers who get energy from other sources besides themselves.
Characteristics of Bacteria Prokaryotes: Simple Cells Unicellular Autotroph or Heterotroph
Eubacteria vs. Archaebacteria Eubacteria Kingdom * Contain most examples of bacteria * Found in nearly all conditions * Cell wall contains peptidoglycan Archaebacteria Kingdom * Found in unusual conditions: volcanic vents and hot springs * Have unusual lipids in their cell membranes. * Cell walls do not contain peptidogycan