The Five Kingdom Classification

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The Five Kingdom Classification
1 Animalia
1.1 multicellular eukaryotes with cells that are differentiated to form tissues
1.2 no chloroplasts
1.2.1 feed hererothrophically
1.3 no cell walls
1.4 sometimes have cilia or flagella
2 Plantae
2.1 multicellular eukaryotes with cells differentiated to form tissues
2.2 some have chloroplasts and photosynthesise
2.3 cell walls always present
2.3.1 cellulose
2.4 sometimes have flagella
3 Fungi
3.1 eukaryotic
3.2 no chlorophyll
3.2.1 no photosynthesis feed heterotrophically
3.3 simple body form
3.3.1 may be unicellular or made up pf long threads called HYPHAE
3.3.2 large fungi like mushroom have compacted mass of cells as part of life cycle
3.4 reproduce by means of pores
3.5 cell walls made up of CHITIN
3.5.1 not cellulose
3.6 never have cilia or flagella
4 Proctocista
4.1 made up of very diverse range of organisms
4.1.1 any eukaryote that is not a fungus, plant or animal is classified as a protoctist
4.2 eukaryotic
4.3 mostly single-celled
4.4 some have animal-like cells (no cell wall)
4.5 some have plant-like cells (cell wall and chloroplast)
4.5.1 ALGAE
5 Prokaryota
5.1 Two types
5.1.1 Archaea
5.1.2 bacteria
5.1.3 look similar, but biochemistry is different
5.2 cells with no nucleus
5.3 DNA exists as a circular 'chromosome'
5.4 smaller circular molecules of DNA often present
5.5 no membrane-bound organelles
5.6 ribosomes smaller than in eukaryotic cells
5.7 cell wall containing peptidoglycans
5.8 usually exist as single cells or small groups of cells
6 biggest groups into which living organisms are classified

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