Five Kingdoms of Life

Five Kingdoms of Life - M A(3 Fungi Mushrooms E M all H...

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Five Kingdoms of Life   1. Cell type:   A. Prokaryotic (P) primitive, lack membrane-bound internal organelles B. Eukaryotic (E) - true nucleus, membrane-bound organelles   2. # Cells:  Unicellular (U), Colonial (C), Multicellular (M)         3. Nutrition: A. Autotrophic (A) - Source of carbon is simple, such as carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) B. Heterotrophic (H) - Source of carbon is complex, such as carbohydrates,  proteins, lipids, or nucleic acids       
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    Kingdom  Organisms          Cell Type    # Cells     Nutrition    (1) Monera    Bacteria  H               Blue-green bacteria  U, C  A   (2) Protista  Protozoa U H               Algae U, C  A               Seaweeds
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Unformatted text preview: M A (3) Fungi Mushrooms E M all H Mildews Yeasts U (4) Plantae Mosses E M all A Liverworts Ferns Gymnosperms (Conifers) Angiosperms (Flowering plants) (5) Animalia Sponges E M all H Cnidaria (Jellyfish) Worms Arthropods (Insects, crustaceans) Mollusca (Clams, squid) Echinoderms (Sea star, sand dollar) Chordate (Fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, mammals)...
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