Kenneth H.
Noah M.
Samuel G.
ACA Science
1st Period

Scientific Classification
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    Scientific Classification is how scientists classify every single known organism. Technological advances may change how we classify different organisms, and may even change what species you and I are considered as.

Domain Archaea
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- Can live in extreme environments
- Microscopic (as seen above)
- Reproduce asexually
- Either Hetertrophic or Autotrophic
- Prokaryotic
- Has 1 Kingdom (also named Archaea)
- Makes up 20% of the ocean's bacteria

Domain Bacteria
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- Prokaryotic
- Cannot live in extreme environments
- Unicellular
- Asexual
- Heterotrophic (sometimes autotrophic)
- Can multiply rapidly
- Has 1 Kingdom (also named Bacteria)

Domain Eukarya
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- Creatures in this Domain can consist of any Eukaryote
- Has four kingdoms
- Protista, Animalia, Fungi, Plantae

Kingdom Archaea
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- A Kingdom belonging in Archaea

Kingdom Bacteria
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- A kingdom of the Domain Bacteria
- Prokaryote
- Cannot live in extreme environments
- Heterotrophic
- Asexual

Kingdom Protista
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- Kingdom of the Domain Eukarya
- Eukaryotic
- Simple beings, usually with a single purpose
- Asexual
- Unicellular
- Normal Environment

Kingdom Fungi
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- Eukaryote
- Grow in Wet/Dark environments
- Multicellular
- Heterotrophic
- Asexual

Kingdom Plantae
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- Eukaryotic
- Normal environment
- Multicellular
- Autotrophic
- Photosynthesis
- Asexual/Sexual
- Complex

Kingdom Animalia
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- Includes Humans
- Eukaryotic
- Heterotrophic
- Multicellular organisims
- Sexual
- Complex