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6 Kingdoms

6 Kingdoms characteristics

KingdomCell TypeCell StructureCell StructureNutritionReproductionExamples
Eubacteria (Live in normal environments- on tables, in freshwater ponds...) Cell Type: Prokaryotic Cell Structure: Cell Walls Cell Structure: Unicellular Nutrition: Heterotroph and Autotroph Reproduction: Sexual and Asexual (mostly asexual) Examples: Streptococcus, Escherichia coli (e. coli)
Archaebacteria (Live in extreme environments- inside people, soil with no oxygen...) Cell Type: Prokaryotic Cell Structure: Cell Walls Number of Cells: Unicellular Nutrition: Heterotroph and Autotroph Reproduction: Asexual Examples: Methanogens, halophiles
Protista Cell Type: Eukaryotic Cell Structure: Cell Walls & some have Chloroplasts Number of Cells: Most unicellular, some multicellular Nutrition: Heterotroph and Autotroph Reproduction: Sexual and Asexual Examples: Amoeba, Paramecium, Algae, Slime Molds, Giant Kelp
Fungi Cell Type: Eukaryotic Cell Structure: Cell Walls Number of Cells: Most multicellular, some unicellular Nutrition: Heterotroph Reproduction: Sexual and Asexual Examples: Mold, Mushrooms, Yeast
Plantae Cell Type: Eukaryotic Cell Structure: Cell Walls & Chloroplasts Number of Cells: Multicellular Nutrition: Autotroph Reproduction: Sexual and Asexual (mostly sexual) Examples: Mosses, Ferns, Flowering plants
Animalia Cell Type: Eukaryotic Cell Structure: No Cell Walls Number of Cells: Multicellular Nutrition: Heterotroph Reproduction: Sexual and Asexual (mostly sexual) Examples: Sponges, Worms, Insects, Fishes, Mammals
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