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What Are The Six Kingdoms Of Biology? (ANSWER)

SIX KINGDOMS OF BIOLOGY – In this topic, we are going to know and identify the six kingdoms of biology.

SIX KINGDOMS OF BIOLOGY

In Biology, the organisms were classified into three domains: Bacteria , Archaea, and Eukarya.

It is then divided into six kingdoms, according to ThoughtCo, here are the following:

  • Archaebacteria
    • These are single-celled prokaryotes that were formerly thought to be bacteria. These fall under the Archaea domain. They also have a ribosomal RNA type.
  • Eubacteria
    • They are considered to be true bacteria and are classified under the Bacteria domain. They are main microscopic organisms that compose the human microbiota.
  • Protista
    • A very diverse group of organisms which have characteristics of animals, plants or fungi. These fall under the Eukarya domain.
  • Fungi
    • These include both unicellular and multicellular organisms. They are incapable of photosynthesis unlike plants. They are vital for recycling nutrients beck into the environment. These fall under the Eukarya domain.
  • Plantae
    • Commonly known as plants, these are extremely vital to all life on Earth since they provide oxygen, shelter, clothing, food, and medicine.
  • Animalia
    • The animal kingdom, these are multicellular eukaryotes that depend on plants and other organisms for nutrition.

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