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Biological Class


Explain the two parts of the word microorganism. Micro=small Organism=living things
What are kingdoms? Scientists divide all living things into groups. They are large groups that have similar characteristics.
Name the kingdoms: Animal, Plant, Fungi, Protist, Archaea, Bacteria.
What would you find in the fungi kingdom? Mushrooms, Yeast, and Mold.
Which kingdoms are made of mostly microscopic organisms and are mostly single-celled? Protist, Archaea, and Bacteria.
Describe bacteria: Simplest kind of life, one cell without a nucleus, and are producers, consumers, and decomposers.
How can bacteria be helpful? Breakdown organisms, breakdown waste materials, clean up oil spills, and convert nitrogen.
How can bacteria be harmful? Cause diseases in humans, plants, and animals.
Describe protists: A cell with a nucleus, most diverse, plant-like, animal-like, and fungus-like, and are producers, consumers, and decomposers.
Which kingdoms do not have a nucleus? Bacteria and Archaea.
Created by: Matthew Chilson