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What are Kingdoms?
Kingdoms or six groups that organisms are classified in based on common traits.
What is Archeae?
Archaea are a kingdom consisting of prokaryotes (organisms that have no nuclei.)
What is Bacteria?
Bacteria is a group of prokaryotic organisms.
What is protista?
Protista are unicellular eukaryotes. Ex. algea
What is Fungi?
Theis kingdom contains nonphotosynthetic muticellular organisms that digest their food externally such as mushrooms.
What is Plantae?
This kingdom contains photo synthetic multicellular organisms that are terrestrial, such as trees, grass, and flowers.
What is Animalia?
Organisms in theis kingdom are nonphotosyntetic multicellular organisms that digest their food internally, such as humans, and other animals.
What are the 5 Properties of Life?
Cellular organization, metabolism, homeostasis, growtha nd reproduction, and heredity.
What is Cellular organization?
All living things consist of one or more cells.
What is Metabolism?
Is the transfer of energy from one form to another in cells.
What is Homeostasis?
While the environment often varies alot, organisms act to keep their interior conditions relatively constant.
What is heredity?
The transmission of characteristics from parent to offspring is a process called heredity.
What is the Organization of Life?
The organization of life is a system scientists use to draw out levels of complexity amoung living things.
What is the Cellular Level?
It consists of of 5 levels, Atoms, Molecule, macromolecule. organelle, and cell.
What is the organismal Level?
it consists of tissue, organ, organ system, and organism.