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Kingdoms

TermDefinition
Kingdom Archeabacteria Contains organisms that may appear similar to bacteria but have a cell structure that is so different that scientists separate them into their own kingdom
Prokaryotic A cell that does not contain a nucleus
Kingdom Eubacteria Are unicellular organisms with no nucleus
Eukaryotic A cell that does contain a nucleus
Kingdom Plantae Includes plants such as trees, grass, and flowers
Unicellular Contains only one cell
Kingdom Animalia Includes animals, from lions, tigers, and bears to bugs and multicellular microbes
Multicellular Contains two or more cells
Kingdom Protista Includes organisms that don't easily fit into animals, plants or fungi.
Autotrophic A producer (uses energy from the sun to make their own food)
Kingdom Fungi Includes mushrooms and yeasts
Heterotrophic A consumer (gets energy by consuming other organisms)
Created by: jdjd22