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Kingdom Comparison

QuestionAnswer
Which Kingdom does NOT ever have a cell wall? Animalia
Which Kingdom makes it's own food source? Plantae
Which Kingdom is single cell AND has a nucleus Protista
Which Kingdom(s) are always heterotrophs Fungi and Animalia
List the 2 Kingdoms that do NOT have a nucleus in their cells Archaea and Bacteria
List 1 way that Protista is different from Bacteria Protista have a nucleus and Bacteria do NOT
Are Animals unicellular or multicellular? multicellular
Are Plants single celled or many celled? many celled
Are Protists single celled or many celled? almost always single celled
Are Bacteria and Archaea unicellular or multicellular? unicellular
Which Kingdom has only autotrophs? Plantae
Do Fungi make their own food No, they decompose organisms
Created by: ckrater