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The five kingdoms

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  • 1. 5 Kingdoms
  • 2. Kingdom Monera
    • A moneran has only one cell.
    • This cell has no nucleus.
    • Example: bacteria.
  • 3. Kingdom Protista
    • Some protists have one cell and some have most than one cell.
    • Their cells always have nucleus and other cell structures.
    • Examples: algae, amoeba.
  • 4. Kingdom Fungi
    • Fungi have more than one cell and their cells have nuclei.
    • They cannot move
    • They absorb nutrients from other organisms.
    • Examples: mould, mushrooms, yeast.
  • 5. Kingdom Plantae
    • Plants have more than one cell and their cells have nucleus.
    • They cannot move.
    • They create their own food (photosynthesis).
    • Examples: trees, flowers, ferns.
  • 6. Kingdom Animalia
    • Animals have more than one cell and their cells have nucleus.
    • Most of them can move
    • They get energy by consuming other organisms.
    • Examples: invertebrates, fish, birds, mammals.
  • 7. Which is a picture of a Plant? NEXT QUESTION
  • 8. Which is a picture of a Protist? NEXT QUESTION
  • 9. Which is a picture of an Animal? NEXT QUESTION
  • 10. Which is a picture of a Moneran? NEXT QUESTION
  • 11. Which is a picture of a Fungus? FINISHED
  • 12. As a summary… Kingdom Moneras Protoctists Fungi Plants Animals Number of cells Unicellular Unicellular/ pluricellular Unicellular/ pluricellular Pluricellular Pluricellular Type of Cell Prokaryotic Eukaryotic Eukaryotic Eukaryotic Eukaryotic Tissues Without Without Without With With Nutrition Auto/hete-rotroph Auto/hete-rotroph Heterotroph Autotroph Heterotroph Organisms Bacteria Algae/ Protozoa Yeast/ Mold / Fungi that form mushrooms Moss / Ferns/ Plants with flowers Invertebrates and Vertebrates