domain and kingdom slide show

bacteria is a unicellular organism. fun fact virus don't count as bacteria. Bacteria can be both heterotrophic and autotrophic. bacteria is both a domain and a kingdom. Bacteria is a prokaryotic organism. Fun fact ubiquitous one-celled organisms, spherical, spiral, or rod-shaped and appearing singly or in chains, comprising the Schizomycota, a phylumof the kingdom Monera (in some classification systems the plant classSchizomycetes), various species of which are involved in fermentation,putrefaction, infectious diseases, or nitrogen fixation.

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Fun fact The domain Eukarya came from the first prokaryotic cells more than 1.7 billion years ago.It includes all of the organisms with eukaryotic cells with membranous organelles. They are both unicellular and multicellular and both autotrophic and heterotrophic. All eukaryotic cells have a nucleus.

this is a eukaryote cell
This is Archaea.

Fun fact the Domain Archaea wasn't recognized as a major domain of life until quite recently. The scientific community was understandably shocked in the late 1970s by the discovery of an entirely new group of organisms the Archaea. Archaea are unicellular organisms. They are heterotrophic and they are smaller than eukaryotic cells. Archaea is a form of bacteria that lives in extreme environments commonly known as archaebacteria like regular bacteria archaea is both a domain and a kingdom.

This is an example of the best kingdom. Kingdom animalia.

This kingdom is full of intelligent life forms. And is also home the most intelligent species humans. This kingdom is home to many diverse creatures from cats to humans to dogs dogs and dolphins. This kingdom is heterotrophic and composed of eukaryotic cells and are multicellular organisms. Eukaryotic cells are bigger then prokaryotic cells.

This is a picture of a garden full of plants from the plantae kingdom

. Virtually all other living creatures depend on plants to survive. Through photosynthesis, plants convert energy from sunlight into food stored as carbohydrates. Because animals cannot get energy directly from the sun, they must eat plants (or other animals that have had a vegetarian meal) to survive. Plants also provide the oxygen humans and animals breathe, because plants use carbon dioxide for photosynthesis and release oxygen into the atmosphere. Plants reproduce both sexually and asexually.

Unlike plants, which make their own food, Fungi are like miniature versions of our stomachs, turned inside-out. Fungi 'eat' by releasing enzymes outside of their bodies that break down nutrients into smaller pieces that they can then absorb. This feeding strategy means that Fungi always live in and on their food. fungi produce sexually. Fungi is also heterotropic and eukaryotic.

Protista, a group of eukaryotic, predominantly unicellular microscopic organisms. any of various one-celled organisms, classified in the kingdom Protista,that are either free-living or aggregated into simple colonies and that have diverse reproductive and nutritional modes, including the protozoans, eukaryotic algae, and slime molds: some classification schemes also include the fungi and the more primitive bacteria and blue-green algae or may distribute the organisms between the kingdoms Plantae and Animalia according to dominant characteristics.