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Cell Types

Plants Kingdom that contains multicellular, autotrophicc eukaryotic organisms ( Trees, grass, flowering plants & cacti)
Multicellular Composed of more than one cell
Unicellular Composed of just one cell
Animals Kingdom that includes multicellular heterotrophic eukaryotic organisms (Mammals, birds, insects and fish
Eubacteria Kingdom that contains unicellular prokaryotic organisms, living in moderate conditions.
Eukaryote Larger complex cells with a nucleus and membrane -bound organelles.
Prokaryote Smaller simple cells that lack a nucleus bacteria.
Protista Kingdom that contains unicellular eukaryotic organisms living a watery environment (amoeba and algae).
Fungi Kingdom that contain multicellular eukaryotic organisms involved in decomposition. (mushrooms and molds
Nucleus A membrane-bound organelle that is the control center( holds the DNA) of the cell.
Membrane-Bound Organelles Organelles that are surrounded by a membrane (ex: Mitochondria and Endoplasmic Reticulum).
Archeabacteria Kingdom that contains unicellular prokaryotic organisms, living in extreme conditions.
Created by: jcenglish