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One of two prokaryotic domains, the other being the Bacteria.
Archaea
One of two prokaryotic domains, the other being the Archaea.
Bacteria
A taxonomic category above the kingdom level. The three domains are Archaea, Bacteria, and Eukarya.
domain
The domain of eukaryotes, organisms made of eukaryotic cells; includes all of the protists, plants, fungi, and animals.
Eukarya
A taxonomic category, the second broadest after domain
kingdom
Define Homeostasis
Constant internal environment
Define Metabolism
Ability to quire, store, transfer, or utilize; all chemical processes of the body
Define photosynthesis
glucose made from sunlight, CO2, H2O
What are not dependent on sunlight for energy?
Producers, consumers, decomposers
The kingdom that contains bacteria and blue-green algae. Cells of these organisms lack a membrane-enclosed nucleus and other structures found in the cells of all other organism.
Kingdom Monera
The kingdom that contains unicellular and multicellular organism without cells differentiated into well-defined tissues.
Kindom Protista
The kingdom that contains the organisms easily recognized as plants, with well-defined tissues and developmental stages.
Kingdom Plantae
The kingdom that contains the animals.
The kingdom Animalia
The kingdom that contains fungi
The kingdom fungi
KEY CHARACTERISTICS OF KINGDOM MONERA
UNICELLULAR
PROKARYOTIC
KEY CHARACTERISTICS OF KINGDOM PROTISTA
MOSTLY UNICELLULAR
EUKARYOTIC
KEY CHARACTERISTICS OF KINGDOM FUNGI
MOSTLY MULTICELLULAR
EUKARYOTIC
HETEROTROPHIC
MULTICELLULAR
EUKARYOTIC
AUTOTROPHIC
SESSILE
CELL WALLS made of CELLULOSE PLANT
MULTICELLULAR
EUKARYOTIC
AUTOTROPHIC
CELL WALLS made of CELLULOSE
KEY CHARACTERISTICS OF ANIMAL KINGDOM
MULTICELLULAR
EUKARYOTIC
HETEROTROPHIC
MOTILE
SPECIALIZED SENSE ORGANS