[2015] Karynne Campbell: 6 Kingdoms

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[2015] Karynne Campbell: 6 Kingdoms

4.Eubacteria-Complex and single-celled-Most common form of bacteria-Classified differnetly because of their chemical makeup

6.Protists-Protists are all microscopic organisms that are NOT bacteria, animals, plants, or fungi-Most are unicellular and complex

1. Animals-Over 1 million known species-Largest kingdom-Animals are heterotrophs, meaning they utilize organic materials for food

Six kingdoms

2. Plants-Plants are multicellular-Plants consist of complex cells-Plants are autotrophs, meaning they make their own food

3.Archaebacteria-Found in extreme environments-Found in thermal vents and conditions devoid of oxygen, or highly acidic-Single-celled

5.Fungi-Most fungi are multicellular -Fungi differ from plants in the fact that they cannot produce their own food-Common examples are: mushrooms, mold and mildew


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