Comparing and contrasting the 3 Domains and Six kingdoms By: Maynard Jackson Science Department The 3 Domains Characteristics Archaea No nucleus, unicellular, and can live in extreme environments, autotroph and heterotroph, cell wall not made of peptidoglycan Bacteria
No nucleus and cell wall made of peptidoglycan, autotroph and heterotroph, Eukarya All members have a nucleus and the ability to be more complex. ***Domains are the largest classification*** The Six Kingdoms - Archaeabacteria
Eubacteria Protista Fungi Plantae Animalia 3 Domain and 6 Kingdom Chart Archaebacteria
Cell type: Prokaryotic Number of cells: Unicellular (one cell) Cell wall? type: Yes, but it is not made from peptidoglycan Unique feature: Can live in the most extreme conditions (example: the Dead Sea, volcanoes, or hot sulfur springs) Called extremophiles
Mode of nutrition: autotroph or heterotroph Reproduction: Asexual reproduction (binary fission or budding Eubacteria
Cell type: Prokaryotic Number of cells: Unicellular (one cell) Cell Wall? Type? Yes, made from peptidoglycan Unique Feature: Lives in normal conditions (bathroom, kitchen, outside on a tree, stomach of an organism ..) Mode of nutrition: Can be either autotroph or heterotroph Reproduction: Asexual reproduction (binary fission or budding
Protista Cell Type: Eukaryotic Number of Cells: Unicellular (one cell),colonial or multicellular (many cells) Cell wall? Type? Cell wall made from cellulose in some Unique feature: Can be plant like, animal like, or fungi like. Some have chloroplast Mode of nutrition: autotroph (algae) or heterotroph (amoebas )
Reproduction: asexual reproduction Fungi (Party at Night) - Cell type: Eukaryotic - Number of Cells: Unicellular (one cell) or multicellular (many cells) - Cell wall? Type? Cell wall made from chitin - Unique feature: Absorb nutrients instead of digesting them, many are decomposers, and all are not mobile (cannot move). More active at night than in the day.
- Mode of nutrition: All are heterotrophic - Reproduction: asexually and sexually Plantae - Cell type: Eukaryotic - Number of Cells: Multicellular (many cells) - Cell wall? Type? Cell wall made from cellulose - Unique feature: All contain the organelle chloroplast to make energy from sunlight - Mode of Nutrition: All are autotrophs
- Reproduction: Mostly sexually, but some asexual Animalia Cell type: Eukaryotic Number of Cells: Multicellular (many cells) Cell wall? Type?: No cell walls ******** Unique feature: All contain tissues, which in turn leads to organs ( example: skin). Only Kingdom that does not have a cell
wall. Mode of nutrition: All are heterotrophs Reproduction: Mostly sexual, some diploid/haploid, and some asexual Milestone Questions Which kingdom is prokaryotic and live in extreme environments? Which kingdom is the only kingdom that cells lack a cell wall? Which kingdom contains members that are all
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