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kindoms

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Is Archaebacteria Prokarya or Eukaria/are they unicellular or multicellular? Prokarya/unicellular
Is Eubacteria Prokarya or Eukaryia/ are they unicellular or multicellular? Prokarya/unicellular
Are Protista Prokarya or Eukaria/are they unicellular or multicellular? Prokarya/ both
Are Fungi Prokarya or Eukaria/are they unicellular or multicellular? Eukaria/ both
Are Plantae Prokarya or Eukaria /are they unicellular or multicellular? Eukaria/ multicellular
Are Animalia Prokarya or Eukaria/are they unicellular or multicellular? Eukaria/ multicellular
Do all kindoms move? All kindoms move in some way.
Are Archaebateria, Eubacteria, and Protista Autotrophic or Heterotrophic? Both
Are Fungi And Animalia Autotrophic or Heterotrophic? Heterotrophic
Is Plantae Heterotrophic or Autotrophic? Autotrophic
Are Archaebacteria decomposers or parisites/ where do they live? some are decomposers/ live in extreme environments
Are Eubacteria decomposers or parasites/ where do they live? many are decmposers:some are parasites/ live in all environments
Are Protista decomposers or parisites/ where do they live? many decomposers:some parasites/ live in mostly aquatic areas fresh, and salty
Are Fungi decomposers or parisites/ where do they live? Mostly decomposers/ live in mostly terrestrial areas
Are plantae decomposers or parisites/ where do they live? Both/ Terrestrial areas
Are animalia decomposers or parisites/ where do they live? Both/ many environments
What are the six kingdoms in order? Archaebacteria, Eubacteria, Protista, Fungi, Plantae, and Animalia
What are the seven levels of classification? KIngdom, phylum, class, order, family, genus, and species.
In scientific names what are the rules to capitalization? First part of the name is the Genus name and the second is the species name.
Created by: emilyrg