Kingdom Characteristics

Kingdom Characteristics - Streptococcus pyogenes (Strep...

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The Way Things Actually Are!!! The way we classify!!
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Terms to Review Prokaryote : Simple cells that have no nucleus. Eukaryote : Complex cells, with a nucleus and many cell organelles. Unicellular : Organisms made of one cell. Multicellular : Organisms made of two or more cells. Autotroph : Producers who make their own food. Heterotroph : Consumers who get energy from other sources besides themselves.
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Domain Bacteria Divided into Kingdoms Archaebacteria and Eubacteria Numbers include: 5, 10, 15
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Characteristics of Bacteria Prokaryotes: Simple Cells Unicellular Autotroph or Heterotroph Examples: Streptococcus, E-Coli
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Eubacteria vs. Archaebacteria Eubacteria * Contain most examples of bacteria * Found in nearly all conditions Archaebacteria * Found in unusual conditions: volcanic vents and hot springs * Have unusual lipids in their cell membranes.
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E-Coli (Eubacteria)
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Unformatted text preview: Streptococcus pyogenes (Strep Throat) Eubacteria Kingdom Protista Number Included: 1, 4, 9 Characteristics * eukaryotic * cell walls in some, some have chloroplasts * most unicellular, some multi-cellular * autotroph or heterotroph Amoeba Paramecium Slime Molds Kingdom Fungi Numbers Included: 3, 11, 13 Characteristics * Eukaryote * Cell walls of chitin * Most multi-cellular (yeast unicellular) * Heterotrophs Mushrooms Club Fungi Kingdom Plantae Numbers Included: 2, 7, 8 Characteristics * eukaryotic * cell walls with cellulose * chloroplasts * multi-cellular * autotrophs Mosses Ferns Flowering Plants Trees Kingdom Animalia Numbers Included: 6, 12,14 Characteristics * Eukaryote * No cell walls * Multi-cellular * Heterotroph Sponges Insects Fish Mammals...
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