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Get the following chart from your instructor

and use the attached slides to complete it.

Kingdom Animalia

The kingdom Animalia includes all 1.2 million species of animals on earth, 950,000 of

which are insects! All animals are made of

many cells. Each of those cells has a nucleus and membrane bound organelles, but none are

surrounded by a cell wall. All animals must

consume food to gain energy, usually by eating plants or other animals. Animals are the most diverse of kingdoms living anywhere where food is available to them.

Name some Examples………

Name some

Examples………

Name some Examples………

Kingdom Plantae

The kingdom Plantae includes all species of

plants on earth. All plants are made of many

cells. All plants cells contain a nucleus. All plants cells are surrounded by a cell wall made

of the carbohydrate cellulose. All plants gain

energy by converting sunlight into food. Plants have adapted to live both on land and in water

and fill the role as the major producer for

consumers on land.

Kingdom Plantae

They undergo Photosynthesis Take in sunlight, CO2 and water.

Let out O2.

Kingdom Plantae

Examples :

Trees

Kingdom Plantae Examples : • Trees • flowering plants • mosses • ferns.

flowering plants mosses

Kingdom Plantae Examples : • Trees • flowering plants • mosses • ferns.

ferns.

Kingdom Plantae Examples : • Trees • flowering plants • mosses • ferns.

Kingdom Fungi

The kingdom fungi include molds, mushrooms and other decomposers. Most fungi

are made of many cells, but a few species are

made of only one cell. All fungi contain cells that have a nucleus and membrane bound

organelles. All fungi have cells surrounded by a

cell wall which is made of the carbohydrate chitin. All fungi consume food to gain energy;

usually from dead or decaying organic material.

They also live almost everywhere filling the role of decomposers; recycling nutrients back into

the food chain.

Kingdom Fungi

People used to think that mushrooms were plants…but they have clear differences.

Kingdom Fungi People used to think that mushrooms were plants…but they have clear differences.

Kingdom Fungi

Fungi are decomposers. They feed by

absorbing nutrients from dead or

Kingdom Fungi Fungi are decomposers. They feed by absorbing nutrients from dead or decaying living things.

decaying living things.

Examples:

Mushrooms

•Molds •Yeast
•Molds
•Yeast
Kingdom Fungi Fungi are decomposers. They feed by absorbing nutrients from dead or decaying living things.

Kingdom Protista

The kingdom Protista includes unique organisms that for some reason or another do not fit into the

other kingdoms, but most of them are called Algae.

Most species are made of only one cell while some others are made of many cells. All of their cells contain

a nucleus and cellular organelles. Some have cell

walls made of the carbohydrate cellulose; while others do not have a cell wall at all. Some species can gain energy by converting sunlight or chemicals to make

food while others are must gain energy by consuming food. They live in areas that contain water or have a lot of moisture and contain organisms that have

characteristics of fungi, plants and animals.

Kingdom Protista

These are organisms that can not be classified as plants, animals or fungi.

They have the Greatest variety of organisms.

Kingdom Protista These are organisms that can not be classified as plants, animals or fungi. They
Kingdom Protista These are organisms that can not be classified as plants, animals or fungi. They
Kingdom Protista These are organisms that can not be classified as plants, animals or fungi. They

Kingdom Protista…

Examples :

Kingdom Protista… Examples : • Algae • Paramecium • Amoeba • Some animal-like; Some plant-like; Some

Algae Paramecium

Amoeba

Kingdom Protista… Examples : • Algae • Paramecium • Amoeba • Some animal-like; Some plant-like; Some
Kingdom Protista… Examples : • Algae • Paramecium • Amoeba • Some animal-like; Some plant-like; Some

Some animal-like; Some plant-like; Some fungus-like

Kingdom Eubacteria

The kingdom Eubacteria includes more modern types of bacteria. Like Archaebacteria they are all made of one cell. Also each cell does not contain a nucleus

and membrane bound organelles. They also have cell

walls but they do contain the carbohydrate peptidoglycan. Some species can gain energy by converting sunlight or chemicals to make food while

others must gain energy by consuming food. They live

almost everywhere; in all habitats and even within organisms like ourselves. Unfortunately many Eubacteria cause disease but many are harmless and some are even helpful such as the Escherichia coli

which help us to digest our food. Eu- is pronounced:

You;” and Eu- means “New.” The name refers to the fact that this group of bacteria are modern, or evolved

more recently than the other group

Kingdom Eubacteria

Eu- is pronounced: “You” • Eu- means “New

The name refers to the fact that this group of bacteria are modern, or evolved more

recently than the other group.

Kingdom Eubacteria

Eubacteria can be helpful and harmful For example:

E. Coli helps us digest our food Anthrax is a KILLER

Kingdom Eubacteria • Eubacteria can be helpful and harmful • For example: – E. Coli helps
Kingdom Eubacteria • Eubacteria can be helpful and harmful • For example: – E. Coli helps
Kingdom Eubacteria • Eubacteria can be helpful and harmful • For example: – E. Coli helps
Kingdom Eubacteria • Eubacteria can be helpful and harmful • For example: – E. Coli helps

Kingdom Archbacteria

The kingdom Archeabacteria includes the most ancient organisms on earth. These organisms are all made of one cell. Each cell does not contain a nucleus and membrane bound organelles. They have very strong cell walls which do not contain the carbohydrate

peptidoglycan. Some species can gain energy

by converting sunlight or chemicals to make food while others are must gain energy by

consuming food. They live in the most extreme

environments such as volcanic hot springs and black organic mud which does not contain

oxygen.

Kingdom Archaebacteria

• Archae is pronounced “Ahr-kee” • Archae means “Ancient

The name refers to the fact

that this group contains the oldest organisms on earth. Live in the most extreme

environments, such as volcanic hot springs, and black organic mud devoid of oxygen.

Kingdom Archaebacteria • Archae is pronounced “ Ahr-kee ” • Archae means “ Ancient ” •
Kingdom Archaebacteria • Archae is pronounced “ Ahr-kee ” • Archae means “ Ancient ” •