These organisms are in the archaebacteria kingdom because they are prokaryotic unicellular cells. Their cell walls contain uncommon lipids and help with digestion. These cells are heterotrophs and reproduce asexually.
These organisms are part of the eubacteria kingdom because they are prokaryotic, unicellular cells. They are heterotrophs and they have peptidogolycan cell walls and produce asexually.
These organisms are in the Protista kingdom because they are eukaryotic cells, they are both unicellular, heterotrophs, and reproduce asexually.
These organisms are in the fungi kingdoms because they are eukaryotic. They have chitin cell walls and are decomposers. These organisms are heterotrophs and get their food through absorption.
These organisms are part of the animalia kingdom because they are eukaryotic and multicellular. Their cells have no cell walls which makes them animal cells and they are heterotrophs which means they need to eat food to survive.
These organisms are a part of the plantea kingdom because they are eukaryotic and multicellular with cellulose cell walls. They are also autotroph which means they make their own food using basic energy sources such as sunlight and carbon dioxide.