Kingdom and Domain - Microbiology
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What are the three domains
Bacteria, Archaea, Eukarya
What are the 5 kingdoms
Monera, Protist, Fungi, Plantae, Animalia
peptidoglycan cell wall, prokaryotic, unicellular
no peptidoglycan, prokaryotic, unicellular
unicellular, nucleated, cellulose cell wall, photosynthetic
nucleated, unicellular or multicellular, chitin cell wall, not photosynthetic, saprophytes
Multicellular, nucleated, photosynthetic, cellulose cell wall
Multicellular, nucleated, no cell wall, non photosynthetic, organ systems
What cell type are Bacteria and Archaea?
prokaryotic (Non Nucleated)
What kingdoms are in the Eukarya domain?
Protista, Fungi, Plantae, Animalia
What domain lives in extreme conditions?
What kind of cell wall does Monera/Bacteria have?
What kind of cell wall does archaeabacteria have?
What kind of cell wall does fungi have?
What kind of cell wall does plantae have?
What kind of cell wall does animalia have?
no cell wall
what kind of cell wall does protist have?
mixed - some contain cellulose
Which can not carry out photosynthesis?
Which can be unicellular OR multicellular?
Fungi (ex. yeast unicellular)
If it is unicellular it has to be one of which 4?
Bacteria/Monera, Archaea, Protist, Fungi (both)
If it is multicellular it has to be one of which 3?
Fungi (both), Plantae, Animalia
Which is not composed of cells at all?
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