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Name two characteristics that all bacteria have in common?
prokaryotes and unicellular
All bacteria are found in what kingdom?
Kingdom Monera
Autotroph
An organism that can make its own food.
Heterotroph
An organism that must find its own food.
Eukaryotic cell
A cell that contains a nucleus.
5 kingdoms
Animal, Plant, Fungi, Protist, Monera
Second level of classification in the Plant kingdom.
Division
Levels of Classification
Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, Species
Scientific Name
genus and species
Bionomial nomenclature
Two name naming system
Swedish naturalist that created a classification
Linnaeus
Aristotle grouped animals
Grouped animals by the way they moved
Greek philosopher who began classification 2000 years ago
Aristotle
Scientists classify organisms based on
similarities and differences
science of classification
taxonomy
Structure bacteria have for movement
flagella
three shapes of bacteria
round, rod, spiral
Spiral bacteria
Spirillum
round bacteria
coccus
rod bacteria
bacillus
bacterial repoduction
fission
rate of bacterial reproduction
20 minutes
fuzzy threads of mold
hyphae
fungi reproduction
spores
inoculate the agar
introduce bacteria to the agar medium
sterile
free of any living organism but is capable of supporting life
medium to grow bacteria
agar
lab equipment used to grow bacteria in
petri dish
conditions that bacteria need to grow and reproduce
food, water, warmth
bacteria and fungi role in environment
decomposer
Where do you find bacteria
everywhere
kingdom of bacteria
Kingdom Monera
prokaryote
a cell without a nucleus