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Biology: the six kin

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What are the six kingdoms? Archeabacteria, eubacteria, protista, fungi, plantae, and animalia
What is the domain of archeabacteria? Archea
What is the domain of eubacteria? (eu)bacteria
What is the domain of protista? Eukarya
What is the domain of fungi Eukarya
What is the domain of plantae? Eukarya
What is the domain of animalia Eukarya
What type of cell is archaebacteria? Prokaryote
What type of cell is eubacteria? Prokaryote
What type of cell is protista? Eukaryote
What type of cell is fungi? Eukaryote
What type of cell is plantae? Eukaryote
What type of cell is animalia? Eukaryote
How many cells does archaebacteria have? Unicellular
How many cells does eubacteria have? Unicellular
How many cells does protista have? Unicellular and multicellular
How many cells does fungi have? Unicellular and multicellular
How many cells does plantae have? Multicellular
How many cells does animalia have? Multicellular
What is the mode of nutrition for archaebacteria? Autroph and heterotroph
What is the mode of nutrition for eubacteria? Heterotroph, some are autotroph
What is the mode of nutrition for protista? Heterotroph, some are autotroph
What is the mode of nutrition for fungi? Decomposers (heterotroph)
What is the mode of nutrition for plantae? Autotroph
What is the mode of nutrition for animalia? Heterotroph
What are some examples of archaebacteria? Methanogens, thermoacidophiles, halophiles
What are some examples of eubacteria? Streptococcus and E. Coli
What are some examples of protista? Cilia, amoeba, algae, rotifer
What are some examples of fungi? Mushrooms, yeast, mold, ringworm
What are some examples of plantae? Mosses, ferns, flowering plants
What are some examples of animalia? Sponge, round worm, jelly fish, shark
Interesting facts about archaebacteria Cells walls are WITHOUT peptidoglycan
Interesting facts about eubacteria Cell wall is made of peptidoglycan. Some aerobic and some anaerobic
Interesting facts about protista The way they move. They're motile
Interesting facts about fungi Cell walls contain CHITIN. It's nonmobile. Not a plant. Saprobes (lives on dead organisms)
Interesting facts about plantae NONMOTILE. Contain clorophyl. Has cell wall made of cellulose. Sexual reproduction.
Interesting facts about animalia MOTILE. NO chloroplast. NO cell wall.
Created by: zoezobro6