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5 KINGDOMS. ANIMAL PLANT FUNGI PROTIST MONERA. Animal. heterotrophic , multicellular organisms with organs or tissues. All have a larval or embryonic stage of development. . Animal. Animals also exhibit different kinds of symmetry : asymmetry, spherical, radial, and bilateral

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5 kingdoms
5 KINGDOMS
  • ANIMAL
  • PLANT
  • FUNGI
  • PROTIST
  • MONERA
animal
Animal
  • heterotrophic, multicellular organisms with organs or tissues.
  • All have a larval or embryonic stage of development.
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Animal
  • Animals also exhibit different kinds of symmetry: asymmetry, spherical, radial, and bilateral
  • Finally, animals can be invertebrates (no backbone) or vertebrates (with backbone).
plant
Plant
  • all plants have chlorophyll, cell walls of cellulose, and tissues and organs.
  • Bryophyta- plants are primitive and lack vascular tissue and true roots. Examples include mosses and liverworts.Tracheophyta- plants are more advanced and contain vascular tissue.
plants
Plants
  • Pterophyta- plants reproduce by spores and grow from underground stems. Example include ferns and horsetails.Coniferophyta- plants produce naked seeds in cones and soft wood. Many are evergreens.
    • Examples include redwoods, pines, cypress, and junipers
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Plants
  • Anthophyta- plants are the most advanced and produce flowers.
    • Class monocotyldonae plants have seeds that contain one cotyledon, leaves with parallel veins, flower parts in multiples of three, no cambium, and scattered vascular bundles in the stem
    • Class dicotyledonae plants have seeds that contain two cotyledons, leaves with netted veins, flower parts in multiples of four and five, cambium, and vascular bundles in a cylinder.
fungi
Fungi
  • fungi - multicellular, parasitic; has cell walls made of chitin.
    • Digestion is extracellular
      • secrete enzymes
      • reabsorb digested nutrients.
    • Circulation
      • diffusion
    • Reproduction
    • asexual through spores
    • sexual where strains of fungi meet
protists
Protists
  • Protists -are grouped according to whether they are animal-like, plant-like, or fungus-like.
    • Animal-like protozoans.
    • Fungus-like protists
      • mxyomycota ("plasmodial slime molds")
    • Plant-like protists
      • contain chlorophyll.
    • Reproduction Sexual & Asexual type
monera
Monera
  • Prokaryotes-are the earliest and simplest cells on Earth
    • Digestion is extracellular (outside the cell) and nutrients are absorbed into the cell.
    • parasitism, harm is caused to the host.
    • commensalism, one organism benefits while the other is unaffected.
    • mutualism, both organisms benefit.
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Monera
  • REPRODUCTION - Most organisms in the Kingdom Monera
    • binary fission (asexual)
    • conjugation (sexual).
taxonomy of man
TAXONOMY OF MAN
  • Kingdom:Animalia
  • Phylum:Chordata
  • Class:Mammalia
  • Order:Primates
  • Superfamily:Hominoidea
  • Family:Hominidae
  • Subfamily:Homininae
  • Tribe:Hominini
  • Genus:Homo
  • Species:H. sapiens
  • Binomial nameHomo sapiens
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Peas
  • Kingdom:Plantae
  • Division:Magnoliophyta
  • Class:Magnoliopsida
  • Order:Fabales
  • Family:Fabaceae
  • Subfamily:Faboideae
  • Tribe:Vicieae
  • Genus:Pisum
  • Species:P. sativum
  • Binomial namePisum sativum
mushroom
Mushroom
  • Kingdom:Fungi
  • Division:Basidiomycota
  • Class:Homobasidiomycetae
  • Subclass:Hymenomycetes
  • Order:Agaricales
  • Family:Amanitaceae
  • Genus:Amanita
  • Species A. muscaria
  • Binomial nameAmanita muscaria
bacteria
Bacteria
  • Kingdom: Bacteria
  • Phylum: Proteobacteria
  • Class: Gamma Proteobacteria
  • Order: Enterobacteriales
  • Family: Enterobacteriaceae
  • Genus: Escherichia
  • Species: E. coli
  • Binomial nameEscherichia coli
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FLY
  • Kingdom:Animalia
  • Phylum:Arthropoda
  • Class:Insecta
  • Order:Diptera
  • Family:Drosophilidae
  • Genus:Drosophila
  • Species:D. melanogaster
  • Binomial nameDrosophila melanogaster
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