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The Six Kingdoms

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Danielle Mason

on 16 April 2014

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The Six Kingdoms!
There are:

that are
(have a
backbone or
spinal column)
consist of many
complex cells. they
are heterotrophs and are

For Example...
(Giraffa camelopardales)
they are multi cellular
the cells have nuclei
the body plan is symmetrical
they are browsers (browses around for food)
eats leaves and twigs
moves around with its four legs
about 14 to 19 ft tall
weighs about 1750 to 2800 pounds
Reproduces sexually
has offspring one at a time
no specific breeding season
lives in wooded savannas, open woodlands and riparian forests
Animals that are invertebrates (have no backbone or spinal column) cell type could be complex or simple and thay are also heterotrophs.
Like starfish!!!
(Asterias rubens)
they're multicellular
their cells have nuclei
the body plan is symmetrical
they are consumers
eats mollusks
covered in tube feet which it uses to move
gets about 4.7 to 9.4 inches big
can spawn together or asexually
if asexually, its arm can come off and a new body will grow from it.
only one offspring at a time
without starfish mollusks would over populate
they effect many organisms and help determine types and numbers of other organisms

lives in tropical habitats in seas
Plants are multicellular and consist of complex cells. They contain Chlorophyll which make them green, most of them are footed in soil and they make there own food.
For example...
The Tropical Pitcher Plant
scientific name: Nepethes
spetabilis x ventricosa

has nuclei
eats insects but
mostly uses
Could get up to 8 feet tall!!
Reproduces asexually
Without it, insects would be overpopulated
Grows in hotter areas with poor soil
Fungi is multicellular, consists of complex cells and can't make their own food.They absorb easily dissolved nutrients from living or dead plants and animals.
Clavarioid Fungi
(Clavicorona pyxidata)
cells do have nuclei
they are decomposers
eats decomposed animals, decaying wood, etc.
they absorb the nutrients they need
Can get up to almost 50 pounds!!!
Reproduces asexually
Without it there would be more rotting animals and decaying plants everywhere
lives in no specific environmental conditions
they are found all over the world
Most of them are unicellular. Protists are made up of complex cells. Some make their own food while others cannot.
Plankton is a protist!!!
( Clavicorona pyxicata)
Plankton are unicellular
the cells have nuclei
body plan is symmetrical
plankton are consumers and also use
they eat other plankton and absorb sunlight
too weak to move so it moves with the current
they vary in different sizes
some are between 2 to 20
micrometers while others are
.2 to over 200 millimeters
reproduces asexually through fission or budding
also reproduces sexually
no specific number of offspring
Provides food for larger animals
generates about half the oxygen
has a variety of habitats
Eubacteria is complex and single celled. They have their own kingdom because their chemical make up is different.
Spirochetes are Eubacteria!!!
(Borrelia burgdorferi)
they are unicellular
cells have no nucleus
body plan is asymmetrical
to eat it gravitates to areas in the host where fatty acids are to eat it
mostly lives in cow stomachs
it moves like a corkscrew, the filaments (a threadlike
object or fiber) rotate.
gets about .5 to 1 micro meter long
reproduces asexually
uses binary fission
(dividing into two cells)
They help the host they're living in break down food that's difficult to digest.
lives in living animals with or without oxygen
Archaebacteria is
singular celled organisms
found in extreme
environments with
no oxygen or
highly acid
scientific name: Haloccus halobacterium
They are unicellular
cells have no nuclei
the body plan is asymmetrical
they are producers
eats plenty of salt
Moves around by the rotations of their
flagella (small whiplike tail that helps
it swim)
gets about .2 to .85 micro meters big
reproduces asexually
uses binary fission
splits into two daughter cells when reaches a certain size
without Halophiles there would be too much salt everywhere
there would be more polluted places
lives in extremely hot environments that has a large amount of salt
grows best in concentrations of salt around 2% to 5%
Interesting facts:
Giraffes have the same
number of bones in their neck as humans do
A giraffe's neck is too short to reach the ground. It has to awkwardly spread its front legs or kneel to reach the ground for a drink of water.
Interesting facts:
they are not related to fish at all even though its in their name
Some starfish can have fifty arms!!!
Interesting facts about pitcher plants:
some people have them as house plants because of their exotic colors
The plant dissolves the insects for the nitrogen and nutrients it needs to survive.
Interesting facts:
some of them are edible
right now scientists aren't sure which class they should go into
Interesting Facts about plankton:
some plankton are glow in the dark!
some plankton blooms(when they reproduce in great quantities) are so big they can be seen from satellites in space
Interesting facts:
causes diseases such as syphilis, yaws, Lyme disease, and relapsing fever.
what makes them unique is that they have endocellular flagella (axials fibrils)
Interesting facts:
they impact a purplish red color in the water
they are unlike any other organism on the planet, they don't get effected by high concentrations of salt
I better get a
good grade on this!!!!
By Danielle Mason :D
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