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    • Six Kingdoms of Life
    • Kingdom Eubacteria
      • Prokaryotic
      • Unicellular
      • Cell Wall made of petidoglycan (sugar protein mixture)
      • Cell membrane of fatty acids
      • Unicellular
      • Heterotrophic & autotrophic
      • Clostridium tetani; tuberculosis
    • Kingdom Archaebacteria
      • Prokaryotic
      • Cell wall lacks peptidoglycan
      • Cell membrane of unique hydrocarbons
      • Unicellular
      • Heterotrophic & Autotrophic (Chemosynthesis only)
      • Live in extreme environments
      • Methanogens; halophiles
    • Kingdom Protista
      • Eukaryotic
      • Mostly unicellular; some multicellular but lack tissue organization
      • Autotrophic; some heterotrophic
      • Garbage dump for organisms that cannot fit in other kingdoms
      • Examples: amoeba; paramecia; algae; seaweeds
    • Kingdom Fungi
      • Eukaryotic
      • Cell wall of chitin
      • Uni- and multi- cellular
      • Heterotrophic by secreting digestive enzyme outside of body and then absorbing nutrients
      • Includes molds, mildews, mushrooms
    • Kingdom Plantae
      • Eukaryotic
      • Cell wall of cellulose
      • Multicellular
      • Autotrophic by photosynthesis
      • Examples: oak, lilly, moss, fern
    • Kingdom Animalia
      • Eukaryotic
      • No cell wall
      • Multicellular
      • Heterotrophic by ingestion (phagocytosis)
      • Examples: mammals, insects, jellyfish, humans