Characteristics of the Five Kingdoms - GCSE Biology

Beth Coiley
Mind Map by , created over 4 years ago

GCSE Biology Mind Map on Characteristics of the Five Kingdoms - GCSE Biology, created by Beth Coiley on 05/10/2015.

168
4
0
Tags
Beth Coiley
Created by Beth Coiley over 4 years ago
GCSE Biology - Homeostasis and Classification Flashcards
Beth Coiley
Plant and animal cells
Tyra Peters
AQA Biology B2 Questions
Bella Statham
BIOLOGY B1 2
x_clairey_x
1PR101 2.test - Část 7.
Nikola Truong
Plant Anatomy Quiz
Kit Sinclair
F212: Classification, Biodiversity & Evolution
helen.rebecca
Classification
rebeccachelsea
Biology AQA 3.2.8 Taxonomy
evie.daines
B1 -Cells
Jessie Howes
Characteristics of the Five Kingdoms - GCSE Biology
1 Animalia
1.1 Characteristics
1.1.1 No cell wall
1.1.2 Multicellular
1.1.3 Heterotrophic feeder
1.1.4 No chlorophyll - do not photosynthesise
1.2 Examples
1.2.1 Jellyfish
1.2.2 Worms
1.2.3 Arthropods
1.2.4 Echinoderms
1.2.5 Fish
1.2.6 Amphibia
1.2.7 Reptiles
1.2.8 Birds
1.2.9 Mammals
2 Plantae
2.1 Characteristics
2.1.1 Cellulose cell wall
2.1.2 Autotrophic
2.1.3 Photosynthesise - have chlorophyll
2.1.4 Do not move
2.1.5 Have nuclei
2.2 Examples
2.2.1 Algae
2.2.2 Mosses
2.2.3 Conifers
2.2.4 Flowering plants
3 Fungi
3.1 Examples
3.1.1 Moulds
3.1.2 Mushrooms
3.1.3 Yeast
3.1.4 Puffballs
3.1.5 Shelf/bracket fungi
3.2 Characteristics
3.2.1 Chitin cell wall
3.2.2 Reproduce using spores
3.2.3 Feed saprophytically - off dead matter
3.2.4 Have nuclei
3.2.5 Most cannot move
4 Protoctista
4.1 Examples
4.1.1 Amoeba
4.1.2 Paramecium
4.1.3 Diatom
4.2 Characteristics
4.2.1 Usually unicellular
4.2.1.1 Can be multicellular, e.g. kelp
4.2.2 Eukaryotic - have a nucleus
4.2.3 Some can move (cilia, flagella, pseudopodia) while others cannot
4.2.4 Mainly live in aquatic environments
5 Prokaryotae
5.1 Characteristics
5.1.1 Peptidoglycan cell wall
5.1.2 No nucleus
5.1.3 Non-membrane bound
5.1.4 Microscopic
5.2 Examples
5.2.1 Bacteria
5.2.2 Cyanobacteria
5.2.3 Blue-green algae

Media attachments