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  • What are the five kingdom of Living Beings? How is each one of them different fr

    Posted by GODHULI on May 14, 2021 at 6:40 am

    What are the five kingdom of Living Beings? How is each one of them different from the other?

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    The 5 kingdom of living organism are

    1) Monera- Prokaryotic cell, primitive cell (unicellular)

    a) These organism do not have well defined nucleus.

    b) They are unicellular.

    c) Some of them may have cell walls some do not.

    d) The mode of nutrition can be autotrophic or hetrotrophic.

    e) Membrane bound organelles are not present.

    f) Example- bacteria’s, cytoplasm.

    2) Protista- Eukaryotic cell, unicellular.

    a) This group include many eukaryotic and unicellular organism.

    b) Some of these organism use hair like structure Celia whip like flagella for there movement.

    c) There mode of nutrition can be autotrophic and hetrotrophic.

    d) Example- Algae, Di-atoms and protozoans.

    3) Fungi- Eukaryotic cell, multicellular.

    a) These are organisms that are multicellular and have cell wall present in them.

    b) There mode of nutrition is hetrotrophic. They do not perform photosynthesis.

    c) Some of these use decaying organic matter as food and are called saprotrophes.

    d) Other organisms of this group use protoplasm of a host organism as food for there growth and are called parasites.

    e) Example- Yeast, all fungi, mushrooms, mold.

    4) Plantae- Eukaryotic cell, multicellular.

    a) They are multicellular organisms with cell wall present in them.

    b) They perform photosynthesis.

    c) There mode of nutrition is autotrophic.

    d) Example- All green plants like trees, herbs, shrubs, etc.

    5) Animalia- Eukaryotic cell, multicellular,

    a) They are multicellular organism without cell wall present in there body.

    b) There mode of nutrition is hetrotrophic.

    c) They have a complex body structure but well organised and well functioning of organs and nucleus, cells inside there body.

    d) Example- Humans, Animals.

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