Do fungis plants monerans protists and animals make their own food?
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No. Only plants, protists, and monerans can make their own food.
Animals, Plants, Protists, Monerans, Fungi, Bacteria
i think they are only 5..they are animals,plants,fungi,protists,monerans
1. MONERA (monerans) 2.PROTISTA (protists) 3.FUNGI (fungus) 4.PLANTAE (plants) 5.ANIMALIA (animals) <---THANKS FOR ASKING--->
Either the cell membrane, or the cell wall. The cell membrane is most common in animals, and protists, whereas some monerans, and most plants and fungi have a cell wall.
Amoneran is a classification of the five kingdoms, including Animalia, Plataea, Fungi, Protista, and Monerans. Protist and monerans are the same except that protists have a nucleus, but monerans do not. Animals, plants, fungi, and protists have nuclei in one or more of their cells, and so are called Prokaryotes. Monerans don't have nuclei, and so are called Eukaryotes. Monerans are single celled, Eukaryotic, make little or no movement, and either obtain or make their… Read More
Spiders are animals. Though many people refuse to acknowledge this, spiders are animals. It's also important to know that spiders are not insects. Spiders are arachnids. So are scorpions, mites, ticks, harvestmen, and many others. Also not every living is an animal. Plants, fungi, protists, and monerans (which bacteria are) are not animals.
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Protists do not have specialized tissues.
Archaea (archibacteria), Bacteria, Eucaryota (Eucariotes). The latter include plants, animals, fungi, and protists. Archaea (archibacteria), Bacteria, Eucaryota (Eucariotes). The latter include plants, animals, fungi, and protists. Archaea (archibacteria), Bacteria, Eucaryota (Eucariotes). The latter include plants, animals, fungi, and protists. Archaea (archibacteria), Bacteria, Eucaryota (Eucariotes). The latter include plants, animals, fungi, and protists.
Algae are protists because they do not meat the qualifications to be plants, animals, or fungi.
They are eukaryotic.
Yes, they are because they do not meet the qualifications to be plants, animals,monerans or fungi.
Some protists are like plants - they photosynthesize, have chloroplasts. Some protists are like animals - they have simple digestive systems, they are motile. ADDED: The important point, as already stated until edited, is that protists are eukaryotes, just like plants and animals. This is the connecting trait that shows common ancestry in eukarya.
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Protists are eukaryotic cells (eukaryotes). Other eukaryotes are animals, plants and fungi.
protists can be either one. some protists resemble animals, heterotrophic, while some resemble plants, photosynthic.
Slime molds do not resemble plants, animals, or fungi.
Animals Plants Fungi & Protists
Animals, plants, fungi and protists.
Yes, they are.
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because they are
Protists are a diverse collection of eukaryotic organisms but they are not plants, fungi, or animals.
All of the "crown clades" (i.e. plants, animals, fungi) have evolved from the "protists."
Protists are distinguished from other eukaryotes by their simplicity. Protists have much simpler cells.
living things ARE plants and animals... plants, animals, fungi, Archaeabacteria, Protists, and Eubacteria are all living things
No. ....But as you probably guessed, they are related. This is the naming system referred to as Traditional Whittaker system of classification. There are 5 Kingdoms: Monerans, Plants, Fungi, Animals, and PROTISTS. Then you have those 5 broken down into subkingdoms, (then phylum, class, order, family genus, and species.) Protists have 2 subkingdoms: Algae, and PROTOZOA. (The Protozoa subkingdom consists of these 7 phyla: Sarcomastigophora, Ciliophora, Apicomplexa, Microspora, Ascetospora, Myxozoa and Labyrinthomorpha.) Protozoas are heterotrophs… Read More
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There's Monera, Protists, Fungi, Plants, and Animals.
They are all living things.
Their cells contain nuclei
Archaebacteria, Plants, , Protists, Fungi, Eubacteria and Animals
Monera, Protists, Fungi, Plants, Animals That answer is for higher grades. for example 5th grade........ it would be bacteria, protists, fungi, plants, animals. wat is monera?????????????????????????? Do they not mean like united kingdom! : )
Protists are a type of organisms aside from plants and animals. A virus, bacterium, and fungus are also organisms.
Protists are either unicellular of multicellular organisms. Different types of protists are classified by the characteristics that resemble those of fungi, plants, and animals.
Protists are a type of life that makes its own food- it doesn't have to rely on other animals or plants to stay alive.
Protists don't fit into animals or plants kingdoms. They are the "odds and ends".
There are 6. Archaebacteria, Eubacteria, Protists, Fungi, Plants, and Animals.
Plants, Animals, Protists, Fungi, Archaebacteria, Eubacteria
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cause theyre unicellular! -youre welcome
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Archeabacteria, Eubacteria, Animals, Plants, Fungi, Protists
Plants, animals, protists, fungi, archaebacteria, eubacteria