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Domains. BacteriaEukarya Archae. Eubacteria. Archaebacteria. Animalia. Plantae. Protista. Fungi. Kingdoms. Archaebacteria Eubacteria Protista Fungi Plantae Animalia. These four kingdoms are believed to have evolved from the Archaebacteria. 6 Kingdoms.

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Domains

BacteriaEukarya Archae

Eubacteria

Archaebacteria

Animalia

Plantae

Protista

Fungi

Kingdoms


Archaebacteria

Eubacteria

Protista

Fungi

Plantae

Animalia

These four kingdoms

are believed to have

evolved from the

Archaebacteria.

6 Kingdoms

Formerly grouped as one kingdom known as the Monerans.


Cells

Prokaryote

Eukaryote

has membrane

bound organelles

does not have membrane

bound organelles


Types of Nutrition

  • Autotrophs: (able to make own food)

    1.) Photosynthetic -organism that uses energy from the sun to make its own food

    2.) Chemosynthetic -simple nonliving chemical nutrients such as H2S, sulfur, and iron are consumed and made into living tissue; makes its own food

  • Heterotrophs: (unable to make own food)

    1.) Ingestion: organism eats other organisms or their organic byproducts

    2.) Absorption: produces enzymes that break down food particles outside the body, then absorb the digested molecules


Eubacteria

  • Cell wall contains peptidoglycan

  • Prokaryotes

  • Nutrition

    • Inorganic compounds

    • Photosynthesis

    • Heterotrophic (decomposers)

Autotrophic


Eubacteria

  • Asexual reproduction

  • Some are motile

  • Habitats: common environments-land, water and air, live in and on organisms

  • More than 5000 species

  • Act as decomposers and have symbiotic relationships with humans

  • Examples: Streptococcus, E. coli, Gonorrhea


Archaebacteria

Great Salt lake

  • Prokaryotes

  • Cell wall and membrane

    • Contains lipids

  • Autotrophs and heterotrophs

Ice

Hot geyser


Archaebacteria

  • Nonmotile

  • Examples

    • Methanogens

    • Extremophiles

    • Nonextreme archaebacteria

Sulfurous lake

Oceanic thermal vents


Protista

  • Eukaryotes

  • Both unicellular and multicellular

  • Tissue level of organization

  • Some have a cell wall, some do not

  • Autotrophs and heterotrophs

  • Sexual and asexual reproduction

  • Motile and nonmotile

  • Habitat: freshwater and salt water, in and on organisms


Protista

  • Examples:

    • Amoeba

    • Euglena


Protista

  • Examples

    • Paramecium

    • Diatoms

    • Kelp

    • Algae

    • Slime molds

Diatom

Kelp

Photosynthetic Algae


Fungi

  • Eukaryotes

  • Most grouped into tissues

  • Heterotrophs (absorption)

    • Saphrophytes

    • Parasites

  • Multicellular

    • Exception=yeast

  • Habitat-terrestrial

  • Most nonmotile

  • Sexual/asexual

Helicostylium

ZYGOMYCETE

Amanita

BASIDIOMYCETE


Fungi

  • Cell wall

    • Chitin

  • Hyphae-slender strands of fungi, usually grouped together

  • Ecological significance: decomposers

  • Symbiotic

    relationships

    • Mutualistic

    • Parasitic

Morel Cup Fungi Flask Fungi

ASCOMYCETES


Plantae

  • Eukaryotes

  • Multicellular

  • Autotrophs (photosynthesis)

  • Cell wall that contains cellulose

  • Organized into tissues and organs

  • Sexual and asexual reproduction

  • Nonmotile

  • Habitat: mostly terrestrial


Plantae

  • Basis of the food chain

  • Examples: ferns, oak trees, moss, pine trees, grass, flowers


Animalia

  • Eukaryotes

  • Multicellular

  • No cell wall

  • Heterotrophs

  • Organized into systems

  • Sexual and asexual reproduction

  • Motile

  • Habitat: land, water, air

  • Most diverse of all kingdoms in appearance


Animalia-Invertebrates

  • Sponges

    • No tissues but do have specialized cells

  • Cnidarians

    • Marine animals-jelly fish,

      coral, anemones


Animalia-Invertebrates

  • Flatworms

    • Flat ribbonlike bodies

    • Parasitic and free living

    • Example: Tape worm

  • Roundworms

    • Nematodes

    • Some parasitic, some free living

    • Example: Earthworm


Animalia-Invertebrates

  • Mollusks

    • Coelom (sac) that encloses

      organs

    • Many have a shell also

    • Examples: Snail, clam, squid

  • Arthropods

    • Have an exoskeleton

    • Have jointed appendages

    • 2/3 of all named species

    • Example: all insects


Animalia-Invertebrates

  • Echinoderms

    • Have the ability to regenerate

    • Bottom dwelling marine animals

    • Have an exoskeleton

    • Examples: Starfish, sea urchins

  • Invertebrate Chordate

    • Aquatic animals

    • Larvae have a notochord

Halocyntyhia=“sea peach”


Animalia-Vertebrates

  • Notochord that will develp into a backbone (vertebral column)

  • Examples: mammals, fish, birds, reptiles, amphibians


Works Cited

  • http://www.palaeos.com/Kingdoms/Prokaryotes/Eubacteria.htm

  • http://www.perspective.com/nature/fungi/

  • http://herbarium.usu.edu/fungi/FunFacts/mushrm_pics.htm

  • http://www2.truman.edu/~jherrera/Zygomycetes/Helicostylium/Helicostylium-4.html

  • http://webpages.charter.net/balplanman/_MicPix/Amoeba/AmoebaN2.JPG

  • http://megasun.bch.umontreal.ca/protists/gallery.html

  • http://midwales.com/images/bigfern/beech1.jpg

  • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apple

  • http://www.sunandroses.com/http://cas.bellarmine.edu/tietjen/images/phylum_porifera.htm

  • http://www.cdislands.com/photos_honduras/roa4/xro11024.jpg

  • http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/platyhelminthes/platyhelminthes.html

  • http://www.junglewalk.com/photos/snail-pictures.htm

  • www.nationalgeographic.com

  • http://users.rcn.com/jkimball.ma.ultranet/BiologyPages/I/Invertebrates.html

  • http://fcit.usf.edu/florida/photos/animals/birds/flamin/flamin.htm

  • http://www.earthwindow.com/blue.html

  • http://www.frogsonice.com/froggy/images-5.shtml


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