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[2015] Cassandra Godinez: 6 Kingdoms of Life

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Biology
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[2015] Cassandra Godinez: 6 Kingdoms of Life

Eubacteria

Archaebacteria

Protists

Fungi

Animals

Plants

- Eukaryote - Cell walls of cellulose; chloroplasts- Multicellular- Autotroph- With over 250,000 species, the plant kingdom is one of the largest!

-Prokaryote-Cell walls without peptidoglycan-Unicellular- Autotroph or heterotroph-They are found in extreme enviroments such as hot boiling water and thermal vents under conditions with no oxygen or highly acidic enviorments.

-Eukaryote -Cells walls of chitin-Most multicellulr; some are unicellular-Heterotroph-Fungi are orgabisims that biologists once confused with plants.

-Eukaryote-No cell walls or chloroplasts-Multicellular-Heterotroph-The animal kingdom is the largest of all the six!

-Prokaryote-Cell walls with peptidoglycan-Unicellular-Autotroph or heterotroph-Most are helpful, some produce vitamins and foods like yogurt. Others can be harmful and cause infections.

-Eukaryote-Cell walls of cellulose, others have chloroplast-Most unicellular and some are multicellular-They are called the odds and the ends of the kingdom beacuse its members are different than one another.

The 6 Kingdomsof

Life


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