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What defines each kingdom and how we tell them apart. Separating The 5 Kingdoms. Have cells with a membrane bound nucleus, so they are eukaryotic Get chemical energy from consuming external products, can eat or engulf, e.g. cover the food and break it down inside the cell.

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Animalia

Have cells with a membrane bound nucleus, so they are eukaryotic

Get chemical energy from consuming external products, can eat or engulf, e.g. cover the food and break it down inside the cell.

Always start as a sperm joining with a egg and form a zygote in early development.

Animalia


Plantae

Have membrane bound nucleus with a cell wall made from cellulose.

Photosynthesise, make food from water, carbon dioxide and the sun

The more carbon dioxide around them, the faster they can photosynthesise and therefore grow faster

All plants as a embryo

All go through 2 phases, the embryo phase and the growing phase

Plantae


Fungi

All are have 1 or more cells cellulose.

Have a membrane bound nucleus with

Their cell wall is made from chitin

Most develop from a spore

Break down their food out side their body using enzymes and then absorb it through their cell membrane

Are able to reproduce by them selves

Fungi


Monera

Membrane bound cell without a cellulose.necleus(prokaryotic)

Most are bacteria

It is estimated that we only know 5 - 10% of them

Most can only be seen with a microscope

Most are single celled

Cause illnesses

Evolve fast due to their short life spans

They binary fission, 1 splits into 2, 2 splits into 4 etc.

Cell wall made from carbohydrate and protein.

Monera


Protoctista

One or more cells cellulose.

Membrane bound nucleus

Photosynthesise but aren’t plants

Can be microscopic but also can be big

Are things that don’t fit easily into any other category

Protoctista


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