Survey of the Kingdoms
Go to http://www.ric.edu/faculty/ptiskus/six_kingdoms/index.htm
1. What are the six kingdoms of organism?
2. How are organisms placed in their kingdoms? (3 things)
3. Name the three characteristics the place plants into the plant kingdom (refer to question #2)
4. What is an autotroph?
5. What is a heterotroph?
6. Describe the type of environment where you might find Archaebacteria.
7. What makes fungi different from plants?
Go to http://biology.about.com/od/evolution/a/aa091004a.htm
1. What is the cell type found in Archaebacteria?
2. Give three examples of Archaebacteria.
3. What elements and/or compounds are needed for metabolism for Archaebacteria?
4. What is the cell type found in Eubacteria?
5. Under the Eubacteria, click on the link for prokaryotes. What is a prokaryote?
6. Click on the back arrow to return to the original site. Give three examples of Eubacteria.
7. Name the three different ways Eubacteria react to oxygen?
8. What is the cell type found in Protista?
9. Under Protista, click on the link for eukaryotes. What is a eukaryote?
10. Click on the back arrow to return to the original site. Give three examples of Protista.
11. What element do Protista need for metabolism?
12. Name three ways that Protista acquire nutrition.
13. Click on the asexual reproduction link. Name five types of asexual reproduction found.
14. Click on the back arrow to return to the original site. What is the cell type found in Fungi?
15. Give three examples of Fungi.
16. What element do Fungi need for metabolism?
17. How do Fungi acquire nutrition?
18. What is the cell type found in Plantae?
19. Give three examples of Plantae.
20. What element do Plantae need for metabolism?
21. How do Plantae acquire nutrition?
22. What is the cell type found in Animalia?
23. Give three examples of Animalia.
24. What element do Animalia need for metabolism?
25. How do Animalia acquire nutrition?
26. Click on the sexual reproduction link. What is sexual reproduction?