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Biological Classification

Explain the two parts of the word microorganism Small living things
What are kingdoms Scientists divide all living things into groups
Name the kingdoms Animal, Plant, Fungi, Protist, Archea, and Bacteria
What would you find in the Fungi Kingdom Mushrooms, Yeast, and Mold
Which kingdoms are made of mostly microscopic organisms Protists, Archea, and Bacteria
Describe Bacteria Simplest kind of life, no nucleus, and are producers, decomposers, and parasites
How can Bacteria be helpful Breakdown dead organisms, Breakdown waste materials, Clean up oil spills, Convert Nitrogen
How can Bacteria be harmful Can cause disease in humans, plants, and animals
Describe Protists Cells with nuclei, most diverse, plant-like (plankton), animal-like (protozoa, and fungi-like (slime mold
What is pictured on #10 and how do you know This is a Protist because it is a single cell with a nucleus
Is it more plant-like or animal-like and explain Animal-like because it moves and eats
Created by: s35370