Variety of Organisms

Info on all kingdoms of organisms

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  • Created by: Sahil
  • Created on: 25-12-10 13:35

Plants

 

 

 

 

Plants

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1. Multicellular

2. Chloroplasts

3. Cellulose cell walls

4. Glucose as starch - insoluble

Cereal and Peas/Beans

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Animals

 

 

 

 

Animals

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1. Multicellular 

2. Nervous systems

3. No chloroplasts

4. No cellulose cell walls

5. Glucose as glycogen

Mammals, insects, etc

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Fungi

Fungi

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1. Saphrophytic

2. Hyphae

3. Chitin

4. No chloroplasts

5. Glucose as glycogen

Mucor and Yeast (unicellular)

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Bacteria

 

 

 

 

Bacteria 

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1. Unicellular

2. No nucleus - bacterial chromosome

3. Saphrophytic

4. Structure - Slime capsule Flagella Cytoplasm Chromosome

Cell wall  Plasmid

Plasma membrane

Lactobacillius bulgaricus (yoghurt) and Pneumococcus (Pneumonia)

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Protoctists

 

 

 

 

Protoctists

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Protoctists

1. Unicellular

2. Animal-like features

OR

3. Plant-like features

Amoeba, algae

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Viruses

 

 

 

 

Viruses

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1. Very small. No cells

2. Parasitic

3. Infect every type of cell.

4. Structure - Envelope - Gain entry

Capsid - Protein coat, protect genetic info, give structure

DNA/RNA - nucleic acid, code for builiding new viruses

Tobacco Mosaic Virus and Influenza Virus

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Comments

Swallowtail

These useful cards contain the essential key features that define each of the five Kingdoms and viruses. I have changed the protoctist example from seaweed to algae since some seaweeds do not belong in this group.

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