The Six Kingdoms

All living things are classified into 6 different kingdoms. The Eubacteria, Protista, Archeabacteria, Plant, Animal and Fungus.

Eubacteria:

        

In the images above, we can see a Bacillus anthracis and a spirochaete. Which are part of the Eubacteria kingdom. They are prokaryote, unicellular and they have a asexual reproduction, therefore they clones themselves.

 

Protista:

 

In the images above, we can see a Dinoflagellate and Foraminifera. Which are part of the protista kingdom. They are eukaryote.

 

Archaebacteria:

 

In the images above, we can see a Lokiarchaeota and Thaumarchaeota. Which are part of the archaebacteria kingdom. They are prokaryote and unicellular. They are nonmotile and asexual.

 

Plant:

In the images above, we can see an orchidaceae, most commonly known as an orchid and a lily. Which are part of the plant kingdom. They are eukaryote and multicellular. They are nonmotile and autotroph,

 

Animal:

In the images above, we can see a tiger and a sloth. Which are part of the animal kingdom. they are eukaryote, multicellular and has a sexual repodruction. They are vertebrate, motile and heterotroph.

 

Fungus:

In the images above, we can see a microsporidia and basidiomycota. Which are part of the fungus kingdom. They are eukaryote and heterotroph.

 

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