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Classification of Organisms

6 kingdoms
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Elizabeth Reynolds

on 24 March 2015

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Transcript of Classification of Organisms

All Living
Organisms

Kingdom
Archaea
Kingdom
Bacteria
Kingdom
Protista
Kingdom
Fungi
Kingdom
Plantae
Kingdom
Animalia
Unicellular
Prokaryotes
Circular chromosomes
Unique cell membrane
First discovered in extremely hot, salty, unfavorable conditions
Asexual reproduction
includes only methanogens on Earth
Unicellular
Prokaryotes
Circular chromosomes
Asexual reproduction
Can be helpful
- yogurt, cheese, etc.
Can be harmful
- strep throat, staph infection
Unicellular (mostly)
Eukaryotes
Live almost anywhere there is liquid water
Amoeba and Algae
Autotrophs and heterotrophs
some asexual, some sexual
Unicellular or Multicellular
Eukaryotes
Decomposers
Mushroom, yeast, mold
Cell walls contain chitin
Multi-cellular
Eukaryotes
Contain chlorophyll (green)
Cell walls contain cellulose
Autotrophs (photosynthesis)
Phylum
Cnidaria
Phylum
Mollusca
Phylum
Annelida
Phylum
Arthropoda
Phylum
Phylum
Chordata
-Multicellular
Eukaryotes
-Heterotrophs (eat other organisms for food)
Echinodermata
Ex: halophiles, thermophiles
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