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Domains and Kingdoms

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Krisha Rana

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Domains ans Kingdoms
In this presentation, you will be educated on the 8 levels of classification.
By: Krisha Rana and
Michaela Raguseo
Levels of Classification
There are 8 levels of classification:
- Domain
- Kingdom
- Phylum
- Class
- Order
- Family
- Genus
- Species
Example
Domain Eukarya
The second domain is Eukarya. Some facts on this domain include the following:
- The cell type is prokaryote
- The cell number is both unicellular and multicellular
- They get energy by using the sun and eating other organisms
- They reproduce asexually
- They are found in most water and some soil

Domain Archaea
The last domain is archaea. Some facts on this domain include the following:
- The cell type of this domain is prokaryote
- The cell number for this domain is unicellular
- They get their energy by the sun and eating
- This domain reproduces asexually
- They atre found in harsh enviorments
Domain Bacteria
The first domain is Bacteria. Some facts on this domain include the following:
- The cell type is prokaryote
- The cell number is unicellular
- They get their energy by using the sun
- They reproduce asexually
- They are found everywhere from soil, water, and even in the intestines in you body
Domains and Kingdoms
Kingdom Protista
- The cell type is eukaryote
- They are both unicellular and multicellular
- They are both hetorotrophs and autotrophs
- Their habbitat is mostly water and some in soil

Kingdom Fungi
- Their cell type is eukaryote
- They are both unicellular and multicellular
- Their cell wall is present
- Their habitat is just about anywhere
Kingdom Plantae
- They are multicellular organisms
-Their cell wall is present
-They are only autotrophs
-They are asexual and sexual organisms
-Their habitat is only terrestrial
Kingdom Animalia
-They are multicellular organisms
-The cell wall is absent
-They are hetorotrophs
-They live in just about any habitat
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