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Biological Classification

What does microorganism mean? Small living things
What are kingdoms? Scientist divide all living things into groups.
How many kingdoms are there? Six
What would you find in the fungi kingdom? Mushrooms, yeast, and mold
Which kingdoms are made of mostly microscopic organisms? Protists, archaea, and bacteria
What is bacteria? Simplest form of life, one cell without nucleus.
How can bacteria be helpful? Breakdown dead organisms and breakdown waste materials.
How can bacteria be harmful? Can cause diseases in humans, plants, and animals.
What are protists? Cells with nucleus and they are the most diverse.
What is pictured on #10 and how do you know? This is a protists because it is a single cell with a nucleus.
Is it more plantlike or animal-like? Explain. It is more animal- like because it moves and eats.
Created by: s31676