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The Five kingdoms of life

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Plants

The Five kingdoms of life
Animals
Multicellular organisms.
Eukaryotic ( have nucleus )
Larger than all other kingdoms combined
Reproduce with eggs. Some eggs develop inside the mother's body, and some develop outside the mother's body.
Get nutrients and energy by eating other organisms
Cells have a membrane around the nucleus
Heterotroph ( Eats other organisms )
Links: http://waynesword.palomar.edu/trfeb98.htm
http://www.factmonster.com/science/biology/five-kingdoms.html
Fungi
•Eukaryotic (cells contain a nucleus)
•no chloroplasts
•can be multicellular or unicellular
•have a membrane around the nucleus
•most of them reproduce using spores
•range in size from microscopic to very large
(such as mushrooms)
•For the most part, fungi acquire nutrients from decaying material.
•Fungi are not capable of producing their own food,
so they get their nourishment from other sources.
• Fungi can be single celled or very complex multicellular organisms.
•They are found in just about any habitat but
most live on the land, mainly in soil or on plant material rather than in sea or fresh water.



Protists
http://www.biologycorner.com/lesson-plans/phyla/kingdom-protista/
they are mostly unicellular, some are multicellular such as algae.
they can be heterotrophic or autotrophic
they mostly live in water, moist soil or even the human body!
all are eukaryotic because they have nuclei and they belong to the Eukaryote domain
Cells have a membrane around the nucleus
Cells have a membrane around the nucleus
Cells have a membrane around the nucleus
Most reproduce by splitting in two

http://www.microbeworld.org/types-of-microbes/protista
another subgroup in protists are water molds, slime molds, protozoa, diatoms
Some get energy from the sun, and nutrients from the water around them
Most reproduce by splitting in two


Bacteria
Pictures for The Animal Kindom
Psittaciformes

•Multicellular
•Cells have a membrane around the nucleus, contain chlorophyll, and have cell walls
•Eukaryotic (has a nucleus)
Links: http://www.biology-innovation.co.uk/pages/plant-biology-ecology/the-five-kingdoms/
•Most reproduce from seeds; some reproduce from other special parts
Links: http://teachers.oregon.k12.wi.us/hanson/plant.htm
•Autotrophic (Makes their own food)
•The leaves collect and absorb sunlight to convert to glucose
•The leaves have a waxy coat on them to shield against water
Links: http://danmarkltd.tripod.com/taxonomy/id1.html
•Plants obtain their nutrition from the soil as well as from the atmosphere
Links: http://bionerds.freeservers.com/whats_new.html
Link: http://www.ask.com/question/what-are-the-characteristics-of-bacteria
Most have a cell wall
Bacteria are prokaryotic (no nucleus)
Cells have no membrane around the nucleus
Some bacteria have a tail called flagellum
Many bacteria live in the body
Some Bacteria in your stomach are good for you, but some cause diseases
Most bacteria are heterotrophic, organisms that eat other organisms
Link: http://www.infoplease.com/encyclopedia/science/bacteria-nutrition.html
Some bacteria are saprobes, bacteria that live off dead organic matter
Bacteria can survive in extreme environmental conditions
Bacteria reproduce through splitting into two
Bacteria absorbs nutrients from outside their bodies
Agalychnis callidryas


Tetraodontidae



Chytridiomycota
Zygomycota
Ascomycota
Basidiomycota
Scientific name is: Amoeba prostate
http://chsweb.lr.k12.nj.us/mstanley/outlines/protista/image43.gif

Bacteria:

Pteridophyte


url: http://www.uic.edu/classes/bios/bios104/mike/mastigop.jpg

Gymnosperms
Charophytes
Angiosperms
Chlamydias
http://bionerds.freeservers.com/photo2.html
Cyanobacteria
http://bionerds.freeservers.com/photo2.html
http://bionerds.freeservers.com/photo6.html

http://bionerds.freeservers.com/photo6.html

http://www.proprofs.com/quiz-school/story.php?title=what-kind-parrot-are-you_2
http://www.ryanphotographic.com/frogs.htm
http://www.veloster.org/forum/58-hyundai-veloster-turbo-discussion/6782-official-pricing-information-source-4.html
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