Samantha N.

Period 1

May 6, 2015

Domain Archaea

 Domain archaea is a Domain or one of the three main groupings of organisms. They   are Prokaryotes that live in extreme environments, such as extreme heat or acidic environments.This only broken up into one kingdom called Archaea.It includes unicellular organisms, that share characteristics with eukarotes.

Domain Bacteria

    Domain Bacteria is another one of the three main groupings(Domains).They are prokaryotes that cannot live in extreme environments like Domain Archea.They are single celled, and lack a membrane but can be classified by shape.

Domain Eukarya

  Another one of the three domains, and is any uekaryote.The cells contain a membrane enclosed Nucleus.

Kingdom Archaea

Kingdom Archaea is a prokaryote kingdom in the Domain Archaea.They are unicellular organisms, that can be hetotrophic, or autotrophic, and reproduces asexualy. They can be classified by the DNA.

Kingdom Bacteria

 Kingdom bacteria is in the Domain Bacteria, and is prokaryotic.It reproduces asexually,it  is a single celled organism that lacks a membrane enclosed nucleus, and can be classified by its shape.

Kingdom Protista

  Kingdom Protista comes from the Domain Eukarya. Protists are unicellular or simple multicellular, and eukaryotic organisms. They reproduce asexually , it can be hetotrophic or autotrophic, and are classified by how they move, and nutrition diet.

Kingdom Fungi

  Fungi are eukaryotic organisms that come from the Eukarya Domain. They are Hetotrophic and mulitcellular.They can also reproduce asexually with spores or sexually, and have Chitin in their cell walls.They can be classified by color,shape, and size.

Kingdom Plantae

  Plants are Autotrophic eukaryotic organisms.They are multicellular, that can produce asexually or sexually, and include all plants.They are classified by the DNA, or color, shape, size and location.

Kingdom Animalia

  Last, but not Least is Kingdom Animalia. Animals are eukaryotic, and hetotrophic organisms.They are multicellular and most commonly reproduce sexually.They do not have cell walls, includes all animals, and can be classified by DNA, or color, shape, size, and location.

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