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DOMAINS AND KINGDOMS

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Transcript of DOMAINS AND KINGDOMS

How are organisms classified into domains & kingdoms?
Living things are placed into categories called domains and kingdoms by cell type, their food making abilities, and the cell count in their bodies.
Vocabulary
Prokaryotes-are unicellular organisms whose cells LACK a nucleus

Nucleus-a dense area in a cell that contains nucleic acids

Eukaryote-organisms with cells that contain neclei
Protists
Topic 4
Animals
Every animal is a multicellular eukaryotes and is a heterotroph. They have different adaptations that let them find food, capture it, eat it, digest it. Animals live in very diverse enviroments, including the depths of the ocean, the top of Everest, hot deserts, and freezing landscapes.
DOMAINS AND KINGDOMS
A protist is an an eukaryotic living thing that can't be determined as a fungus, plant, or animal.The protist kingdom is sometimes called the "odds and ends", because
it's members are so different from one another
.Protists are
autotrophs and heterotrophs.
They are also
multicellular
and
unicellular.
Fungi
Mushrooms, molds, and mildew are all fungi. Most fungi are multicellular eukaryotes. Yeast is a fungi but is unicellular. They are found almost everywhere on land but few live in fresh water. They are all heterotrophs and eat the DEAD.
Plants
All plants are all multicellular eukaryotes. Plants provide food for the heterotrophs. Most plants live on land. They are also autotrophs that can make their own food.Their kingdom includes a big group of organisms. Some plants can grow very tall while others can be very small.
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