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Name 5 characteristics of kingdom animalia

Eukaryotic


Hetertrophs


Multicellular


No cell walls or chloroplasts


Sometimes have cilia\flagella


Name 5 characteristics if kingdom plants

Eukaryotic


Multicellular


Have cell walls + photsynthesise


Autotrophs


Occasionally have flagella


Name 5 characteristics of kingdom fungi

Eukaryotic


Heterotrophs


Reproduce by spores


Cell wall made of chitin


No chlorophyll + don't photosynthesize

Name 5 characteristic's of kingdom protoctista

Eukaryotic


Single celled


Some animal like cells, some plant like cells


Examples are algae or protozoa

Name 5 characteristics of kingdom prokaryota

Prokaryotes


No nucleus


No membrane bound organelles


Cell wall made of peptidoglycan


Single celled or groups if cells


Small ribosomes

What is the saying for remember taxonomic hierarchy

King


Phillip


Cries


Out loud


For


Goodness


Sake

What does the saying stand for?

Kingdom


Phylum


Class


Order


Family


Genus


Species

What's the 3 domain system?

Eukaryotes


Archea


Bacteria

What is 3 domain system based on?

Evidence from study of RNA.


Found bacteria different from Archea and eukaryotes

How are bacteria (eubacteria) different?

Different cell membrane structure


RNA polymerase for building RNA


No proteins bound to genetic material

How are Archea similar to eukaryotes?

Similar enzymes for building RNA


Similar mechanism for DNA replication


Production of some proteins that bond to DNA