6 kingdoms

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Kingdoms
Powerpoint designed by Anita L. Archer, PHD
for presentation in Middle School
demonstration lesson.
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classify
To classify things means to divide them
into groups or types so that things
with similar characteristics are in the
same group.
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classify
classifies
classifying
classified
classification
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Biological Classification
Kingdom
Phylum
Class
Order
Family
Genus
Species
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Classification
• Chart
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6 Kingdoms
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Archaebacteria
Eubacteria
Protista (protists)
Fungi
Plantae (plants)
Animalia (animals)
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Characteristic
Unicellular
uni = one
Multi-cellular
multi = many
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Characteristic
Prokaryote
- no true nucleus
Eukaryote
eu = true
- a true nucleus
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Characteristic
Heterotroph
heter = different
troph = nutrition/ food
Feeds on other organisms
Autotroph
auto = self
troph = nutrition/food
Makes own food
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Archaebacteria
archae = ancient
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Archaebacteria
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archaebacteria
• Unicellular
• Prokaryote
• Some heterotroph
• Some autotroph
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Archaebacteria
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Eubacteria
eu = true
• anthrax
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Eubacteria
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Eubacteria
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Eubacteria
• Unicellular
• Prokaryote
• Heterotroph & autotroph
• Some helpful/some harmful
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Protista (protists)
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Protists
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Protists (green Algae)
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Protists (seaweed)
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Protista (Protists)
• Mostly unicellular
• Eukaryote
• Heterotroph & autotroph
• “odds and ends” kingdom
– NOT bacteria, animal, plant, or fungi
• Algae
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Fungi
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Fungi
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Fungi
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Fungi
• Multi-cellular
• Eukaryote
• Heterotroph
– (food - decaying plants)
• Mushrooms
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Plantae (plants)
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Plantae (plants)
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Plantae
• Multi-cellular
• Eukaryote
• Autotroph
• 250,000 species
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Animalia (animals)
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Animalia (animals)
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Animalia (animals)
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Animalia (animals)
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Animalia
• Multi-cellular
• Eukaryote
• Heterotroph
• 1 million species
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Animals
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