The classification of the Six kingdoms of life is a 55 slide power point presentation and 8 pages of students notes, design to help you teach the six kingdoms of life. This presentations contains 4 formative assessments. In addition, This learning show contains high quality images, animations and graphic organizers.
Teaching concepts are: Taxonomy, the six kingdoms of life, archaebacteria, eubacteria, protist, plantae, animalia, main characteristics, type of cells, nutrition, habitat, locomotion and examples
key terms of the presentation: Autotroph, heterotroph, sexual, asexual reproduction, eukariote, prokariote and learning outcomes.
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Branch of biology that names and groups organisms
unicellular – made of only one cell
multicellular – made of more than one cell;
have cells with special functions
sexual – need male and female parents
asexual – need only one parent
Autotrophs – Make own food-producers
(plants, some algae)
Heterotrophs –Must eat other organisms to
Type of cells
Prokaryotic –DO NOT HAVE: An organized
nucleus and structured
Eukaryotic – DO HAVE: nucleus organized
with a membrane and other
There are two types of organism
Nucleus present No Nucleus
Organelles present No organelles
Plants, Animals, Fungi, Protists, Bacteria
Six Kingdoms in Taxonomy
This kingdoms are structured according to type of cells, ability to make food, number of cells in body
Archaebacteria (Ancient bacteria)
Unicellular prokaryotes (no nucleus)
-NUMBER OF CELLS: Unicelluar
-HOW DOES IT GET FOOD?:
Heterotroph: Consumers usually decomposers
-BACKGROUND: Existed before dinosaurs
-EXAMPLES: Halophiles, Thermophiles, Extremophiles.
Archaebacteria – Live in extreme environments
EUBACTERIA (TRUE BACTERIA)PROKARYOTE (TRUE NUCLEUS)
Eubacteria (true bacteria)
NUMBER OF CELLS: Unicellular- prokaryote
HOW DOES IT GET FOOD? Heterotroph or Autotroph
-Heterotrophic- use organic molecules as a food source
-Some are parasites obtaining nutrition from living organisms
-Some are saprophytes obtaining nutrition from dead organisms and organic waste (excrements)
-Photosynthetic autotroph - cyanobacteria
Produce chemical energy through photosynthesis.
EXAMPLES: s. aureus, e. coli
LOCOMOTION: Some bacteria have flagella or cilia for movement
Some secrete a slime layer and ooze over surfaces like slugs
HABITAT: life in almost all environments, commonly found in soil
UNIQUE FACT: The most numerous organisms on Earth.
5 (million trillion trillion)
Some bacteria fix nitrogen into a form that plants can use
Recycle nutrients, help digestion, clean up oil spills,
Used to make food and medicine
Cheese, yogurt, some antibiotics
Can cause disease
Anthrax, tuberculosis, cavities, strep throat
Kingdom: Protista - Eukaryotic
Type of cells:
NUMBER OF CELLS: Most are unicellular, some are colonial, some are multicellular
HOW DOES IT GET FOOD? Some are Heterotrophs, some are autotrophs.
EXAMPLES: slime molds, Paramecium and amoeba, euglena.
Protists are primarily classified according to how they obtain food
Protists Locomotion- 3 types of movement
Pseudopod (false foot) –Amoeba
KINGDOM FUNGI Domain: EukaryaCell type: Eukaryote
Kingdom: Fungi- Eukaryotic
NUMBER OF CELLS:
Mostly multicellular some unicellular (yeast)
HOW DOES IT GET FOOD? Heterotroph-breaks down other organism (decomposer)
Mushroom, yeast, mold, mildew
HABITAT: They thrive in damp or moist environments
UNIQUE FACT: It is used to make many products such as bread.
Fungi can be harmful or beneficial
Fungi can be very helpful and delicious
Many antibacterial medicine are derived from fungi
A Typical Fungal Cell
Kingdom: Plantae- Eukaryotic
NUMBER OF CELLS: Multicellular
HOW DOES IT GET FOOD?
Autotrophic (Make their own food photosynthesis.)
Provide habitat for humans and wildlife
Mosses, ferns, pine tree, tomatoes ,lilies, tulips, daisies', etc.
4 important plant groups are the:
Conifers (pine cones)
Oldest vascular plants
- flowering plants
-all plants are multicellular
-all are eukaryotes
-plants are autotrophs
Kingdom: Animalia - Eukaryotic
NUMBER OF CELLS:
HOW DOES IT GET FOOD?
All are heterotrophic
Must eat other organism.
sponges, fish, mammals,
snails, insects, worms, jellyfish, birds, frogs.