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Transcript of Kingdom Animalia
Kingdom: Organisms in this kingdom are multicellular, they are comprised of many cells. This kingdom contains only Eukaryotes. Organisms in this kingdom are heterotrophic.
They digest and indigest food. Organisms in this kingdom do not have cell walls, instead they have cell membranes. 1. Reproduce sexually.
2. Organisms in Kingdom Animalia are heterotrophs.
3. Each organism shows levels of organization including: cells, tissues, organs, and organ systems. The domain that kingdom animalia belongs to is Eukaryota.
It is one of the three domain systems of biological classification. Scaley -Eyed Gecko Scientific name: Lepidobleppharis buckwaldii Sponge Scientific name: Trichoplax adhaerens Lion Scientific name: Panthera leo Unique Organism Blob Fish: Scientific name: Psychrolutes marcidus
This organism is unique because they live deep in the oceans where gas bladders do not work. They are also very buoyant. Advantages and Harms Advantages
1. Bilateral Symmetry
1. Used as food
2. Some are disease causing Quiz!: 1. T or F: This Kingdom contains Eukaryotes and Prokaryotes.
2. Name one thing you learned about Kingdom Animalia.
3. What is the common name for the Trichoplax adhaerens?
4. Do organisms in this kingdom have cell walls? If no what do they have?
5. Name one harm for this Kingdom. Sources 1. Hough, Andrew. (2010) Blobfish: world's most miserable looking animal facing extinction. The Telegraph. Retrieved 1/17/13 from http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/picturegalleries/howaboutthat/7077472/Blobfish-worlds-most-miserable-looking-marine-animal-facing-exinction.html
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