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FC: The 6 Kingdoms By: Kate Thompson, Katherine Kelly, and Drew Barnes

1: Eubacteria:: Archaebacteria: Protista: Fungi: Plantae: Animalia: | Page: 1 Page: 2 Page: 3 Page :4 Page: 5 Page: 6

2: Eubacteria: It is prokaryotw. It is unicellular. It mostly produces but sometimes decomposes Mostly asexual. Flagella helps move around endospores. Examples: Ecoli, clostridum tetani, bacillus antracs.

3: Archaebacteria: It is pro karyote. It is unicellular. It is a decomposer. It is asexual. It must live in warm places Examples: metranagenes

4: Fungi | Eukaryote Some unicellular Some multicellular Heterotroph Both asexual and sexual Many grow on or in roots Examples: mold, sac fungi, club fungi, yeast

5: Protista | Eukaryote Most unicellular Some multiccellular Both autotroph & heterotroph Most sexual some asexual Some can control movement & some can't Examples: Algae, phytoplanktan, amoebas, Diatoms

6: Animalia | Eukaryote Multicellular Heterotroph Most asexual Some asexual Examples: lizard, monkey, lion, cat

7: Plantae | Eukaryote Multicellular Both autotroph and heterotroph Both sexual and asexual Cell wall is made up of cellulose chloroplasts Examples: roseees, ferns, moss, oak tree

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