Kingdoms of life
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
Transcripts - Kingdoms of life
By: Idrees Alao
The Five Kingdoms of Life The five Kingdoms of life are: Plants Animals Fungi Monera Protista
PlantsThere are many different kinds of plants. There areannuals, biennials, perennials, gymnosperms, andangiosperms. Annuals are plants that live for one year. Biennials are plants that live for two years.Perennials are plants that live for more than two years. Gymnosperms are plants that produce seeds. Angiosperms are plants that produce flowers.
AnimalsThere are two main types of animals.There are vertebrates ( Animals withbackbones ) and invertebrates(animals without backbones).
Animals VertebratesThere are five different kinds of vertebrates. They are, Fish Amphibians Reptiles Mammals Birds
Fish Fish are cold-blooded animals
AmphibiansAmphibians are cold-blooded animals
Reptiles are cold-blooded animals.Reptiles
Mammals are warm-blooded animalsMammals
Birds are warm-blooded animals Birds
AnimalsInvertebrates There are many invertebrates all around the world such as worms, spiders, and ants.
Fungi are one of the kingdomsof life which are referred to asplant-like organisms that do notuse chlorophyll. They usuallylike dark and damp places suchas forest floors or basements.
MoneraMonera are blue-green algaeand bacteria. They are theonly organisms with cells thatdo not have nuclei andorganelles.
ProtistaProtista are singe-celled organisms. Theyhave nuclei and organelles in their cell’scytoplasm. Protista grow and reproduce inmoist areas. There are two main types ofprotista which are plant-like protista andanimal-like protista.
Like plants, these type ofprotista have chlorophyll.Plant-like protista producemost of the world’s oxygen!They are an important partin plankton and othermicroscopic things in thesea. Some plant-likeprotista are able to movesuch as Euglena anddinoflagellates.
Animal-like protista are calledProtozoa. Some Protozoa havecillia (hair-like structures) stickingout of their cells. Protozoa areclassified by the way they move.
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Check Plants Check Animals Check Fungi Check Monera Check ProtistaTHESE ARE THE FIVE KINGDOMS OF LIFE!
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