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6 Kingdoms. The Kingdom of Eubacteria. Single-Celled Prokaryotic Producer/Consumer No Organelles Some are helpful by producing vitamins and foods like yogurt Example: strep, E-coli. The Kingdom of Archaebacteria. Single-Celled Prokaryotic Producer/Consumer No Organelles

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6 kingdoms

6 Kingdoms


The kingdom of eubacteria

The Kingdom of Eubacteria

  • Single-Celled

  • Prokaryotic

  • Producer/Consumer

  • No Organelles

  • Some are helpful by producing vitamins and foods like yogurt

  • Example: strep, E-coli


The kingdom of archaebacteria

The Kingdom of Archaebacteria

  • Single-Celled

  • Prokaryotic

  • Producer/Consumer

  • No Organelles

  • Found in extreme environments like hot springs and salt lakes

  • Example: Thermophiles


The kingdom protista

The Kingdom Protista

  • Single-Celled

  • Eukaryotic

  • Producer/Consumer

  • Contains organelles

  • Examples:

    • algae, amoeba, diatoms, volvox, paramecium, euglena


The kingdom of fungi

The Kingdom of Fungi

  • Single and Multi-celled

  • Eukaryotic

  • Producer/Consumer

  • Contains organelles

  • Examples:

    • mushrooms, yeast, molds, mildews, decomposers


The kingdom of plantae

The Kingdom of Plantae

  • Multi-Cellular

  • Eukaryotic

  • Producer(photosynthesis)

  • Contains organelles

  • Contains plastids / chloroplasts

  • Examples:

    • Mosses, trees, flowers, ferns, angiosperms


The kingdom of animalia

The Kingdom ofAnimalia

  • Multi-Cellular

  • Eukaryotic

  • Consumer

  • Cells Lack a Cell Wall

  • Examples:

    • worms, fish, birds, mammals


Which is a picture of a plant

Which is a picture of a Plant?

NEXT QUESTION


Which is a picture of a protist

Which is a picture of a Protist?

NEXT QUESTION


Which is a picture of an animal

Which is a picture of an Animal?

NEXT QUESTION


Which is a picture of a fungi

Which is a picture of a Fungi?

FINISHED


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