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Five Kingdoms Of Life

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Judy Moody

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The Five Kingdoms Kingdom Monera Kingdom
Protistia Kingdom Fungi Monera’s are unicellular organisms, which means they only have one cell. The cells are far simpler and more basic than the cells of other life forms. The cells have no nucleus. They are missing many of the organelles, or parts, commonly found in other cells. Monera's are not related to other life forms. Autotrophs and Heterotrophs are in the Monera Kingdom. Autotrophs create their own food. Heterotrophs can't create their own food(so they rely on the Autotrophs as their food source). Bacterias are placed in the Monera Kingdom.Monera’s are the oldest lifeforms on earth. All living things came from Monera’s and changed over time. Protists are unicellular lifeforms who have a nucleus. They are More complex than Monera's. Most of the Protists appear to be both plants and animals. Just like plants they are green. They are able to move around and make their own food. Biologists believe that Protists are ancestors of plants and animals. Most Fungi are Multi cellular but you will rarely find some that are uni cellular. Here are a couple things we know about Fungi. Of cource Fungi’s made up of a variety of different fungi. Fungi cannot make their own food, so they must rely on other food sources. Sometimes Fungi are mistaken for plants, but actually there not. A common type of Fungus is mushroom. Other types of Fungus are Microscopic fungus, and truffles. Kingdom Plantae The plantae Kingdom is made up of the plants we see every day. Most of the plants are multi cellular. Our food and oxygen come from plants, so technically us humans, can't live with out plants. Here are examples of different plants from the Plantae kingdom: Trees, Grass, flowers and some types of algae. Plants can live any where with enough water and sun light to produce their own food. Notice how flowers have colours like Pink, Orange and Yellow? Well, they get those colours from chlorophy. The Five Kingdoms All living things are divided or classified in to 5 different groups called the Kingdoms. Kingdoms are based on similarities and differences of living things. scientists are discovering new things every day and so are we. When the scientists find a better way of classifying things, the five kingdoms will change. The first classification system was developed 2,500 years ago by a greek philosopher named Aristotle. It only included 2 groups, plants and animals. Later on 3 groups were made by the same man: Animals that fly, that walk and that swim. Soon there became five kingdoms which are now known as 1. Monera, 2. Protists, 3.plantae, 4.Animalia, 5. Fungi Tiger Kingdom Animalia Animals are multi cellular they come in many shapes and sizes. These animals can be found all over the world. They can't survive with out food sources because they can't make their own food. Animals rely on Fungi and plants for food There are Herbivores, Carnivores, Scavengers, Omnivores and Dertrivores. Carnivores eat meat, on the other hand, Herbivores eat plants. Some animals are Omnivores and they eat both meat and plants. There are also scavengers who eat anything they find. For example Garbage or Dead Birds. Lastly, Detrivores they decompose animal parts and eat it after. The Animalia Kingdom has more species than all the Kingdoms combined. Some of the species include; Worms, Whales, Bald eagles, Bears and Pandas. Bibliography Doyle, Susan. Jean, Bowman. Darlene. Science probe 6. Toronto: Nelson Thomson 2005

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< http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=F38BmgPcZ_I> Taxonomy Taxonomy is the science of classifying living things. In other words, The Tree of Life. It’s like telling the story of all life on earth. Taxonomy gives us structure. Taxonomy is all about organizing living things into categories. It is good to know Taxonomy because you need to know what is safe and what is dangerous.There are many ways of classifying living things, for example, 1.Species, 2.Genius, 3.Family, 4.Order, 5.Class, 6.Phylum, 7.Kingdom, 8.Domain. Well, one of the main things you should remember is that, Every living thing is related to every other living thing. Blue Mountain Tree Frog Monera Tree with Fungus on it Sarcoscyphacoccinea Mushroom Flower " Sarcoscyphacoccinea". Photo. Coqui. Tree of life web project. 7 Nov. 2012.(tolweb.org). Leaf Bacteria
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