Domain Eukarya classification and taxonomy

Animalia

All animals are heterotrophs

All animals are motile

They are multicellular

Some are sexual

Some are asexual

No cells walls

They have eukaryotic cells

Cells are divided into specialized tissues or organs

Have nuclei and organelles

Spiders are arachnids, not insects,Spiders don't have antennae while insects do.

Have chlorophyll

Their cell walls are made sturdy by a material called cellulose

Nonmotile

All Autotrophic

Multicellular

Some asexual or sexual

They produce by spores.

Most plants make their own food using sunlight. This is a process called photosynthesis. Some plants, however, are carnivores. They trap insects and eat them!

Certain kinds of plants help to monitor pollution levels

Plants are an important source of medicine

Kingdom fungi

All are heterotrophic

All nonmotile

Some are sexual and or asexual

Unicellular or multicellular

Cell wall made of chitin

The word "fungus" is a Latin word meaning "mushroom"

The fungi kingdom is more similar to the animal kingdom than the plant kingdom.

there are at least 1.5 million different species of fungi.

They are the primary Decomposer

The oldest and largest living organism on earth

Seaweed is a type of algae that grows in the ocean

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