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Classification: Three Kingdom System vs Five Kingdom System

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Transcript of Classification: Three Kingdom System vs Five Kingdom System

Three Kingdom System
Five Kingdom System
Animalia
Plantae
Fungi
Protista
Monera
Bacteria
Archaea
Eukaryota
One of the kingdoms in the three kingdom classification
Contains bacteria which are prokaryotic cells
Membranes are made of un-branched fatty acid chains
Attached to glycerol by ester linkages
Introduction to Classification
CLASSIFICATION
Conclusion
Three Kingdom System:
Good or Bad
BACTERIA
ARCHAEA
EUKARYOTA
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Archaeans inhabitants some of the most extreme environments
Some live near rift vents the sea
In extremely alkaline or acid waters.
Have been found thriving inside the digestive tracts of cows, and other life forms where they produce methane.
Eukaryote are eukaryotic cells which have membranes
Eukaryote are further grouped into Kingdom Protista, Kingdom Fungi, Kingdom Plantae and Kingdom Animalia.
Not all Eukaryotes have a cell wall
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