BC: The End
FC: Kingdoms and Domains | Hannah Harris
1: The Three Domains | Eukarya | Bacteria | Archaea
2: Bacteria | The members range from free-living soil animals to deadly parasites.! | These are a part of the Kingdom Eubacteria.
3: Archaea | These members can live in the most extreme environments: volcanic hot springs and even organic mud.! | These are a part of the Kingdom Archaebacteria.
4: Eukarya | These members have a nucleus & include the Kingdoms Animalia, Protista, Plantae, and Fungi. | Flowers, mushrooms, monkeys, and bees are examples of organisms in this domain.
5: The 6 Kingdoms | Protista | Fungi | Plantae | Eubacteria | Archaebacteria | Animalia
6: Protista | Eukaryotic organisms that cannot be classified as animals, plants, and fungi. They have the greatest diversity.
7: These organisms feed on dead or decaying organic matter. | Mushrooms (Multicellular) Fungi (Unicellular) | Fungi
8: Plantae | These organisms are multicellular photosynthetic autotrophs. They do not move and contain cellulose.
9: Animalia | These organisms are multicellular heterotrophs that do not have cell walls and most move about.
10: Eubacteria | These bacterial organisms are unicellular, complex, aerobic, and single celled.
11: Archaebacteria | These bacterial organisms are unicellular, anaerobic, and live in extreme environments.
12: Works Cited
13: http://shannenpscientist5.blogspot.com http://www.thefreedictionary.com/kingdom+Fungi http://www.googleaccounts.com http://palscience.com http://www.marlerblog.com http://microbezoo.commtechlab.msu.edu