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kingdom
largest taxonomic category
prokaryote
"before"nucleus(no nucleus)
binomial nomenclature
two word naming system
eukaryote
"true" nucleus(having a nucleus)
classifcation
grouping or arranging things according to a system
Archaebacteria Kingdom
single-celled,Prokaryotic(no nucleus&few organelles)live without oxygen(anerobic)
taxonomy
science of grouping or naming organisms
Eubacteria Kingdom
organized by how they obtain their energy needs, single celled, Prokaryotic,most are helpful
4 basic classification guidelines
cell type, number of cells, ability to move, food source
dichotomous key
dividing into smaller groups using yes or no questions
heterotrophs
obtain food from other sources
species
smallest, most specific category
Fungi Kingdom
many-celled organisms that decompose dead matter,heterotrophs,eukaryotes
Animal Kingdom
cannot make own food, digest their food, move from place to place, many Eukaryotic cells,heterotrophs
Plant Kingdom
characterized by tough cell walls, photosynthetic abilities,multi-cellular eukaryotes,autotrophs
autotrophs
make own food
Protists
single/multicellular organisms, can be plant-like,animal-like,fungi-like,"odds&ends"kingdom
six kingdoms
archaebacteria
eubacteria
protist
fungi
plants
animals