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Six Kingdoms of Life. Seventh Grade Science. Six Kingdoms. Archaebacteria (prokaryotes) Eubacteria (prokaryotes) Protists Fungi Plants Animals. Archaebacteria. Oldest form of life Singe cell organism (unicellular) Found in extreme environments Geysers Hotsprings

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Six kingdoms of life

Six Kingdoms of Life

Seventh Grade Science


Six kingdoms
Six Kingdoms

  • Archaebacteria (prokaryotes)

  • Eubacteria (prokaryotes)

  • Protists

  • Fungi

  • Plants

  • Animals


Archaebacteria
Archaebacteria

  • Oldest form of life

  • Singe cell organism (unicellular)

  • Found in extreme environments

    • Geysers

    • Hotsprings

    • Volcanic ocean vents


Eubacteria
Eubacteria

  • Second oldest form of life

  • Single cell organism (unicellular)

  • Most familiar bacteria

    • Streptococcus

    • Lactobacillus

    • Staphylococcus


Protists
Protists

  • “Odds and Ends” kingdom

  • All microscopic organisms that are not plants, not animal, not bacteria, and not fungi.

  • Single cell organism (unicellular)

  • Protozoa, Amoeba


Fungi
Fungi

  • Most are multi-cellular organism

  • Mold, mildew, mushrooms

  • Some are very important to ecosystems or as food.

  • Some cause diseases – ringworm, and athlete’s foot


Plants
Plants

  • Second largest kingdom

  • Multi-cellular organisms

  • Producers (make their own food)

  • Without plants life as we know it would not exist.


Animals
Animals

  • Largest kingdom

  • Multi-cellular

  • Consumers – must eat for energy

  • Over 1 million known species