Three Domain ppt notes




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Three Domain PPT Notes
Directions: As you view the slideshow, complete the statements by writing the missing word or words. Please note that numbered statements correspond to numbers on the slides.



  1. All organisms belong to one of three domains, depending on their ____________________. A domain is the most inclusive (broadest) taxonomic category. A single domain can contain one or more kingdoms.

  • Archaea

  • Eubacteria

  • Eukaryota (Eukarya)




  1. Archaea: very _____________________________ forms of bacteria

_______________: more advanced forms of bacteria

Eukaryota: all life forms with eukaryotic cells



  1. Organisms are placed into domains and kingdoms based on their ________ type, their ability to make ____________, and the number of cells in their bodies.



  1. Organisms can be:



  1. Domain Archaea

Kingdom Archaebacteria

  • known as “ancient bacteria”; they are the most type of organisms

  • they thrive in the most ___________________ environments on Earth; they are often referred to as “extremophiles”

  • found in hot springs, very salty water, swamps, and the intestines of cows






  1. Domain Archaea

Kingdom Archaebacteria

  • they are unicellular, prokaryotic and some are autotrophic and others heterotrophic

  • They are different from bacteria in the structure and __________________ makeup of

their cells.


  1. Domain Eubacteria

Kingdom Eubacteria

  • They are found _____________________________ on Earth except extreme

environments.

  • They are unicellular, prokaryotic, some are autotrophic and others are heterotrophic



  1. Domain Eukarya (Eukaryota)

Kingdoms:

  • Protista (Protists)

  • ____________

  • Plants (Plantae)

  • Animals (Animalia)




  1. Kingdom Protista (Protists)

11.
12. Fungi



  • eukaryotic

  • most are multicellular

  • heterotrophic

  • include yeast (unicellular), molds, mildews, and _____________________________

13. Plants

  • multicellular

  • eukaryotic

  • _______________________________

  • most live on land

14. Animals


Name _______________________________________________ Date ______________



Three Domain PPT Notes
Directions: As you view the slideshow, complete the statements by writing the missing word or words. Please note that numbered statements correspond to numbers on the slides.



  1. All organisms belong to one of three domains, depending on their characteristics. A domain is the most inclusive (broadest) taxonomic category. A single domain can contain one or more kingdoms.

  • Archaea

  • Eubacteria

  • Eukaryota (Eukarya)




  1. Archaea: very primitive forms of bacteria

Eubacteria: more advanced forms of bacteria

Eukaryota: all life forms with eukaryotic cells



  1. Organisms are placed into domains and kingdoms based on their cell type, their ability to make food, and the number of cells in their bodies.



  1. Organisms can be:

  • Prokaryotic – cells that lack a nucleus

  • Eukaryotic – cells that contain a nucleus

  • Unicellular – single-celled; made up of one cell

  • Multicellular – made up of many cells

  • Autotrophic – can make their own food

  • Heterotrophic – cannot make their own food



  1. Domain Archaea

Kingdom Archaebacteria

  • known as “ancient bacteria”; they are the most type of organisms

  • they thrive in the most extreme environments on Earth; they are often referred to as “extremophiles”

  • found in hot springs, very salty water, swamps, and the intestines of cows





  1. Domain Archaea

Kingdom Archaebacteria

  • they are unicellular, prokaryotic and some are autotrophic and others heterotrophic

  • They are different from bacteria in the structure and chemical makeup of

their cells.

8. Domain Eubacteria

Kingdom Eubacteria


  • They are found everywhere on Earth except extreme environments.

  • They are unicellular, prokaryotic, some are autotrophic and others are heterotrophic.

  1. Domain Eukarya (Eukaryota)

Kingdoms:

  • Protista (Protists)

  • Fungi

  • Plants (Plantae)

  • Animals (Animalia)

10.Kingdom Protista (Protists)



  • “the “odds and ends” kingdom;

  • includes any organism that cannot be classified as a animal, plant, or fungus

  • eukaryotic

  • some are unicellular, others are multicellular

  • some are autotrophs, others are heterotrophs

11.
12. Fungi



  • eukaryotic

  • most are multicellular

  • heterotrophic

  • include yeast (unicellular), molds, mildews, and mushrooms

13. Plants

  • multicellular

  • eukaryotic

  • autotrophic

  • most live on land

14. Animals



  • multicelllar

  • eukaryotic

  • heterotrophic

  • live in diverse environments


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