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The 6 Kingdoms of Life

It's about Biology. :D
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Anissa Umfleet

on 21 May 2016

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Transcript of The 6 Kingdoms of Life

Kingdom: Plantae
- The Plantae kingdom is home to many eukaryotic plants.
- They are producers, which means that they can make their own food by (Photosynthesis)
- They are stationary, which means that they cannot move.
- The plants in the kingdom Plantae are multicellular, or made of many cells.

- Some examples of plants include cacti, flowers, trees, and grass
The SIX
Kingdoms
Of Life

Kingdom: Animalia
Fact One:
Fact Two:
- The kingdom Animalia is home to many eukaryotic animals.
- They are consumers, which means they cannot make their own food.
-They are a mobile group of organisms that vary from millipedes to humans.
Fact One:
Fact Two:
- The animals in the kingdom Animalia are multicellular.
Examples of animals include deer, frogs, butterflies, and lizards.
Kingdom: Eubacteria
Fact One:
- The kingdom Eubacteria is home to many prokaryotic bacteria.

-They are producers, consumers and decomposers.

- They are a group of stationary AND mobile organisms, which means that while some can move, others can't.
Fact Two:
- The bacteria in the kingdom Eubacteria are unicellular.

- Examples of eubacteria are E. coli, Streptococcus, and Staphlococcus.
Kingdom: Fungi
Fact One:
- The organisms in the kingdom Fungi are eukaryotic.

- They are decomposers.

-Their cell walls are made of chitin, which specifies that they are NOT plants.

- They are stationary, which means they cannot move.
Fact Two:
- The fungi in the kingdom Fungi are mostly multicellular.

- Yeast is unicellular.

- Examples of fungi are mushrooms, bracket fungus, bread mold, athlete's foot, and penicillium.
Kingdom: Protista
Fact One:
- The protists in the kingdom Protista are eukaryotic.

Some are consumers, some are producers and others are decomposers.

- Protists are divided into three groups: plant-like, animal-like, and fungus-like. They move by using flagella, cilia, pseudopods, or they don't move at all.
Fact Two:
Kingdom: Archaebacteria
Fact One:
- The bacteria in the kingdom Archaebacteria are prokaryotic.

- They live in extreme conditions such as: high acidity, boiling water, freezing water, and high salt concentration.

- They are very primitive organisms, believed to be the first organisms on the planet.

- They are both producers and consumers.
Fact Two:
- The bacteria in the kingdom Archaebacteria are unicellular.

- Some examples of archaebacteria are *Methano bacterium* and *Haloferax volcanii*.
***The asterisked words are supposed to be italicized.
- The protists in the kingdom are mostly unicellular, examples amoeba, paramecium, euglena

- A minority are multicellular, examples are algae and giant Kelp.
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