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Biological classification

What does Microorganism mean? Small living things
What are kingdoms? The way scientists classify living things
What are the six kingdoms? 1 animal 2 plant 3 fungi 4 protists 5 archea 6 bacteria
What are some examples of organisms found in the fungi kingdom? yeast, mushrooms, mold
What is similar between protists, archea, and bacteria? microscopic
What are 3 things that describe bacteria? 1 simplest form of life 2 one-celled w/out nucleus 3 producers, decomposers, and parasites
How can bacteria be helpful and harmful? Helpful-breakdown dead organisms and waste materials, clean up oil spills, and convert nitrogen harmful-can cause disease is plants, animals,and humans
What are protists? 1 cell w/nucleus,plantlike (plankton), animal like(protozoan), fungus (slime mold),
what is the picture on the study guide? Is it more animal or plant like? A protist because it is single celled w/out anecleus. It is more animal like because it uses hairs to move and eat
Created by: s58688