THE SIX KINGDOMS
Prokaryote                 Virus????? All living things         Eukaryote Bacteria Monera Eubacteria                Archae...
Videoclip <ul><li>http:// www.youtube.com/watch?v = zufaN_aetZI </li></ul>
Comparing Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic Cells Oxygen requirement Reproductive strategy DNA structure Location of genetic info...
Oxygen requirement Reproductive strategy DNA structure Location of genetic information Organelles Uni-/multicellular Size ...
Oxygen requirement Reproductive strategy DNA structure Location of genetic information Organelles Uni-/multicellular Large...
Oxygen requirement Reproductive strategy DNA structure Location of genetic information Organelles Multicellular (more comp...
Oxygen requirement Reproductive strategy DNA structure Location of genetic information Present Absent Organelles Uni-/mult...
Oxygen requirement Reproductive strategy DNA structure Nucleus Nucleoid region Location of genetic information Organelles ...
Oxygen requirement Reproductive strategy Not circular (more than one chromosome) Circular (usually one chromosome) DNA str...
Oxygen requirement Sexual Asexual Reproductive strategy DNA structure Location of genetic information Organelles Uni-/mult...
aerobic Anaerobic (doesn’t require oxygen) Oxygen requirement Reproductive strategy DNA structure Location of genetic info...
Comparing the Six Kingdoms Animalia Plantae Fungi Protista Bacteria Archaea Kingdoms Motility (absent/ present) Nervous Sy...
Animalia Plantae Fungi Protista Bacteria Archaea Kingdoms Motility (absent/ present) Nervous System (absent/ present) Nutr...
Animalia Plantae Fungi Protista Bacteria Archaea Kingdoms Motility (absent/ present) Nervous System (absent/ present) Nutr...
Animalia Plantae Fungi Protista Bacteria Archaea Kingdoms Motility (absent/ present) Nervous System (absent/ present) Inge...
Animalia Plantae Fungi Protista Bacteria Archaea Kingdoms Motility (absent/ present) Present Absent Absent Absent Absent A...
Animalia Plantae Fungi Protista Bacteria Archaea Kingdoms present Absent Absent Present in some Present in some Present in...
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02 the six kingdoms - general

  1. 1. THE SIX KINGDOMS
  2. 2. Prokaryote                 Virus????? All living things         Eukaryote Bacteria Monera Eubacteria                Archaebacteria Archaea                 protista fungi plantae Animalia
  3. 3. Videoclip <ul><li>http:// www.youtube.com/watch?v = zufaN_aetZI </li></ul>
  4. 4. Comparing Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic Cells Oxygen requirement Reproductive strategy DNA structure Location of genetic information Organelles Uni-/multicellular Size of cells Evolution of first cells Eu means after Karyon means nucleus Pro means before Karyon means nucleus Meaning of name EUKARYOTE PROKARYOTE
  5. 5. Oxygen requirement Reproductive strategy DNA structure Location of genetic information Organelles Uni-/multicellular Size of cells 1.5 billion years ago 3.5 billion years ago (older type of cell) Evolution of first cells Meaning of name EUKARYOTE PROKARYOTE
  6. 6. Oxygen requirement Reproductive strategy DNA structure Location of genetic information Organelles Uni-/multicellular Larger (100-1000 μm) Smaller (1-10 μm) Size of cells Evolution of first cells Meaning of name EUKARYOTE PROKARYOTE
  7. 7. Oxygen requirement Reproductive strategy DNA structure Location of genetic information Organelles Multicellular (more complex) Unicellular (less complex) Uni-/multicellular Size of cells Evolution of first cells Meaning of name EUKARYOTE PROKARYOTE
  8. 8. Oxygen requirement Reproductive strategy DNA structure Location of genetic information Present Absent Organelles Uni-/multicellular Size of cells Evolution of first cells Meaning of name EUKARYOTE PROKARYOTE
  9. 9. Oxygen requirement Reproductive strategy DNA structure Nucleus Nucleoid region Location of genetic information Organelles Uni-/multicellular Size of cells Evolution of first cells Meaning of name EUKARYOTE PROKARYOTE
  10. 10. Oxygen requirement Reproductive strategy Not circular (more than one chromosome) Circular (usually one chromosome) DNA structure Location of genetic information Organelles Uni-/multicellular Size of cells Evolution of first cells Meaning of name EUKARYOTE PROKARYOTE
  11. 11. Oxygen requirement Sexual Asexual Reproductive strategy DNA structure Location of genetic information Organelles Uni-/multicellular Size of cells Evolution of first cells Meaning of name EUKARYOTE PROKARYOTE
  12. 12. aerobic Anaerobic (doesn’t require oxygen) Oxygen requirement Reproductive strategy DNA structure Location of genetic information Organelles Uni-/multicellular Size of cells Evolution of first cells Meaning of name EUKARYOTE PROKARYOTE
  13. 13. Comparing the Six Kingdoms Animalia Plantae Fungi Protista Bacteria Archaea Kingdoms Motility (absent/ present) Nervous System (absent/ present) Nutrition (absorption, photosynthesis, chemosynthesis, ingestion) Cell Wall (absent/ present) Mitochondria (absent/ present) Unicellular/ muticellular Unicellular/ muticellular Unicellular/ muticellular Unicellular/ muticellular unicellular unicellular Body Form (unicellular/ multicellular) Eukaryote Prokaryote Classification
  14. 14. Animalia Plantae Fungi Protista Bacteria Archaea Kingdoms Motility (absent/ present) Nervous System (absent/ present) Nutrition (absorption, photosynthesis, chemosynthesis, ingestion) Cell Wall (absent/ present) Present Present Present Present Absent Absent Mitochondria (absent/ present) Body Form (unicellular/ multicellular) Eukaryote Prokaryote Classification
  15. 15. Animalia Plantae Fungi Protista Bacteria Archaea Kingdoms Motility (absent/ present) Nervous System (absent/ present) Nutrition (absorption, photosynthesis, chemosynthesis, ingestion) Absent Present (cellulose) Present (chitin) Present in some Present (peptidoglycan) Present (different from bacterial CW) Cell Wall (absent/ present) Mitochondria (absent/ present) Body Form (unicellular/ multicellular) Eukaryote Prokaryote Classification
  16. 16. Animalia Plantae Fungi Protista Bacteria Archaea Kingdoms Motility (absent/ present) Nervous System (absent/ present) Ingestion Photosynthesis Absorption Absorption, photosynthesis, ingestion Absorption, photosynthesis, chemosynthesis Absorption, photosynthesis, chemosynthesis Nutrition (absorption, photosynthesis, chemosynthesis, ingestion) Cell Wall (absent/ present) Mitochondria (absent/ present) Body Form (unicellular/ multicellular) Eukaryote Prokaryote Classification
  17. 17. Animalia Plantae Fungi Protista Bacteria Archaea Kingdoms Motility (absent/ present) Present Absent Absent Absent Absent Absent Nervous System (absent/ present) Nutrition (absorption, photosynthesis, chemosynthesis, ingestion) Cell Wall (absent/ present) Mitochondria (absent/ present) Body Form (unicellular/ multicellular) Eukaryote Prokaryote Classification
  18. 18. Animalia Plantae Fungi Protista Bacteria Archaea Kingdoms present Absent Absent Present in some Present in some Present in some Motility (absent/ present) Nervous System (absent/ present) Nutrition (absorption, photosynthesis, chemosynthesis, ingestion) Cell Wall (absent/ present) Mitochondria (absent/ present) Body Form (unicellular/ multicellular) Eukaryote Prokaryote Classification

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