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By Regina BaileySeptember 10, 2004
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thank you, but i need the meaning of the six kingdom of life….
do not get this website at all we have to do a worksheet and it is very hard
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can you please elaborate more?
it’s too short for me to comprehend..thank you!!
What about Chromista–the so-called brown algae; e.g. Kelp? I thought those were now classified as a separate
WHAT ARE THESE SAME SIX KINGDOMS OF LIFE?
i can’t found the meaning of the six kingdoms of life…
its very confusing what about the cell structures of the organisms
The Five Kingdom system which included Monera was split up. Specifically the Monera Kingdom was divided into 2 Kingdoms, and indeed 2 new Domains (Superkingdoms) of Archaea and Bacteria. The former has one Kingdom of Archaebacteria (extremophiles) the latter has the sole Kingdom of Eubacteria (true bacteria as opposed to old bacteria.)
The remaining four Kingdoms were grouped together in the Domain Eukarya, the Kingdoms of;- Protista ( includes Amoebae, Diatoms ,Algae and slime moulds.), Fungi (self explanatory), Plantae (ditto), and Animalia like us.
So we now have a Three Domain / Six Kingdom system.
The domains of Archaea and Bacteria are Prokaryotic, ie. they have a “Proto” nucleus with DNA coiled in one area of the cell.
The Eukarya Domain Kingdoms have cells with a “true” nucleus with the DNA wrapped in a membrane.
James and Zandra,
Archaebacteria – Old bacteria.
Eubacteria – True bacteria.
Protista – The very first.
Fungi – Plural of Latin fungus- a mushroom.
Plantae – Plants.
Animalia – Animals.
Me too the worksheet is hard
yo what is the six kingdom’s of life
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ok so there are six kingdoms:eubacteria,archaebacteria,protista,fungi,plantae, and animalia
Eubacteria: prokaryotic, cell wall, unicellular, and is bothe heterotrophic and autotrophic.
Archaebacteria: same as eubacteria
Protista: Eukaryotic, mixed with diferent cell structures, its both uni and multicellular, and is bothe hetero and autotrophic
Fungi: Eukaryotic, cell wall(chitin), uni and multicellular.
Pllantae: Both eukaryotic and prokaryotic, cell wall(cellulose), multicellular
Anamalia: Eukaryotic, no cell wall, multicellular
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