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5 Kingdoms

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Chris Rains

on 6 January 2016

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Transcript of 5 Kingdoms

PLANTS
Characteristics:
Produce their own food
Can't move
Multicellular
Cell Wall

Example: Flower
Kingdoms
A way that humans classify organisms based on there characteristics
ANIMALS
Characteristics:
Can't make their own food
Movement
Multicellular
No cell walls

Example: Elephant
FUNGI
PROTISTS
Characteristics:
Unicellular (some multi-)
Can either make or find their own food
Can and cannot move

Example: Paramecium
BACTERIA
Characterisitcs:
Unicellular
Can move
Can and cannot make their own food
No nucleus
6 Kingdoms
6 Kingdoms:
Animals
Plants
Fungi
Protists
Archaebacteria
Eubacteria
Characteristics:
Multicellular or Single
Cell Wall
Gets food from dead organisms
Can not move

Example: Mushroom
Binomial Nomenclature
How organisms are organized and seperated
Always in Latin
Humans =
Homo sapiens
Asian Elephants =
Elephas maximus
African Elephant =
Loxodonta cyclotis
Bacteria Types
No nucleus
No organelles
Single celled
Prokaryote
Common Ancestor
Can live in extreme environments

Cell wall made of different material

Non-standard energy production
Can NOT survive in extreme environments

Cell walls are of peptoglycen

Standard energy production
Archaebacteria
Eubacteria
Example:
Thermoplasma volcanium
Example:
Escherichia coli
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