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Biology Kingdoms

Biology

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What is an example of an organism from the Archaebacteria Kingdom? bacteria found in extreme environments
What is an example of an organism from the Eubacteria Kingdom? typical bacteria that is familiar to us (like the bacteria that help us digest food)
What is an example of an organism from the Protista Kingdom? Algae
What is an example of an organism from the Fungi Kingdom? mushrooms
What is an example of an organism from the Plantae Kingdom? grass
What is an example of an organism from the Animalia Kingdom? You! (a human being)
Which group of animals do NOT have a backbone? Invertebrates
What cells have a cell wall? Plant cells
What are the five classes of vertebrates? reptiles, fish, birds, amphibians, mammals
Fungi are ___________, which means they do not move freely. Sessile
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