7th gr Science Section 7.3
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a classfication group larger than a kingdom
kingdom that includes plants such as trees, grass, and moss
kingdom that includes animals
kingdom that includes organisms that don't fit animals, plants, or fungi
kingdom that includes mushrooms, molds, and yeasts
kingdom that contains organisms similar to bacteria but are not bacteria
one-celled organisms with no nucleus
What changes have occured in taxonomy?
The organisms features
Describe the kingdom domain
The biggest of them all
Describe the species domain
The lowest of them all
Describe the fungi domain
It includes mushrooms
Name one important difference between plants and animals
Animals eat plants and other animals, plant do not
What category is a mushroom
What category is mold
What category is seaweed
What category is yeast
What groups do kingdoms fall in
What term describes a cell that contains a nucleus
How are prokaryotic cells different from eukaryotic cells?
Eukaryotic cells have a nucleus. Prokaryotic cells don't have a nucleus
Why did scientists decide to split Archaea and Bacteria into two kingdoms?
There are chemical differences between the two groups.
Which of the six kingdoms include unicellular organisms?
Protista, fungi,archaea, and bacteria are kingdoms that include unicellular organisms
What are the largest living organisms on Earth?
giant sequoia trees.
How are animal cells different from plant cells?
they have no cell walls.
What is the most abundant type of species in the animal kingdom?
What are the four kingdoms besides Plantae and Animalia?
Beside the plantae and animalia, there protista, fungi, archaea, bacteria
What are examples of large multicellular protists?
What three groups of organisms make up fungi?
How do fungi take in nutrients?
By breaking down dead or decaying materials.
which traits classify an organism as part of the kingdom Archaea?
Archaea don't have nuclei and their cells structure is different from bacteria. In addition, they also live in extreme environments