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Animal Kingdoms

Classifying Animals

Five Kingdoms Classification
Animalia Are multicellular animals, and move with the aid of cilia, flagella, or muscular organs based on contractile proteins. They have organelles including a nucleus, but no chloroplasts or cell walls. Animals acquire nutrients by ingestion.
Plantae Are multicellular and most don't move, although gametes of some plants move using cilia or flagella. Organelles including nucleus, chloroplasts are present, and cell walls are present. Nutrients are acquired by photosynthesis (they all require sunlight).
Fungi Are multicellular,with a cell wall, organelles including a nucleus, but no chloroplasts. They have no mechanisms for locomotion. Nutrients are acquired by absorption. For the most part, fungi acquire nutrients from decaying material.
Protista are single-celled and usually move by cilia, flagella, or by amoeboid mechanisms. They have organelles including a nucleus and may have chloroplasts.Nutrients are acquired by photosynthesis, ingestion of other organisms, or both.
Monera Are Individuals and are single-celled, they may or may not move, They have a cell wall, and have no chloroplasts or other organelles, and have no nucleus. They absorb nutrients through the cell wall or produce their own by photosynthesis.
Created by: sledbett