The Five Kingdoms

Prokaryotae
No nucleus, no membrane bound organelles (small ribosomes; - Unicellular; Autotrophic AND heterotrophic;
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Protoctista
Unicellular; some have chloroplasts; some are sessile, others move by cilia, flagella, other amoeboid mechanisms; autotrophic AND heterotrophic
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Fungi
Unicellular or mutlicellular; chitin cell wall; no locomotion mechanism; saprotrophic; body made up of mycelium threads
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Animalia
Multicellular; move by cilia, flagella, contractile proteins; heterotrophic - food stored as glycogen
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Plantae
Multicellular; chloroplasts and (cellulose) cell wall; Autotrophic - photosynthesise
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Card 2

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Unicellular; some have chloroplasts; some are sessile, others move by cilia, flagella, other amoeboid mechanisms; autotrophic AND heterotrophic

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Protoctista

Card 3

Front

Unicellular or mutlicellular; chitin cell wall; no locomotion mechanism; saprotrophic; body made up of mycelium threads

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Card 4

Front

Multicellular; move by cilia, flagella, contractile proteins; heterotrophic - food stored as glycogen

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Card 5

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Multicellular; chloroplasts and (cellulose) cell wall; Autotrophic - photosynthesise

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