- Heterotrophs (cannot make their own food and feed on other heterotrophs and/or autotrophs)
- Multicellular (made up of many cells)
- Usually eukaryotic
- Are motile at some point in life
- Lack cell walls
- Reproduce sexually
What are the 4 characteristics of the animal kingdom?
The two three characteristics that best define an organism from the kingdom Animalia are: 1. Eukaryotic cell type 2. Motility (meaning they can move independantly, or at least change positions) 3. They are ALL heterotrophic, meaning they must consume other organisms. ...
Asked in Domain Names, Microbiology, Biodiversity
Which domain includes organisms from more than one kingdom?
Eukarya. This Domain actually contains 4 kingdoms- Animalia Plantae Fungi Protista ...
Asked in Movie Ratings
What are the ratings and certificates for Animalia - 2007 Catcher in the Rhyme 1-4?
Animalia - 2007 Catcher in the Rhyme 1-4 is rated/received certificates of: Australia:G ...
Asked in Microbiology
What major factor separates the members of the Domain Eukarya from Eubacteria and Archeabacteria?
One difference is the properties of the organisms in the domains... Organisms from Domains Bacteria and Archaea are Prokaryotes, which are single-celled microorganisms lacking nuclei and some organelles. Organisms from Domain Eukarya are Eukaryotes (Hence the name), which are organisms (can be unicellular or multicellular) that have a nucleus and organelles. Another distinction is the number of kingdoms there are in each domain... Domains Archaea and Bacteria have only one kingdom each... under Domain Archaea is Kingdom Archaebacteria and under Domain Bacteria is Kingdom Eubacteria. Domain Eukarya is separated...
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How long was John Major the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom?
For 6 years 5 months 4 days or 2347 days, John Major was the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. Sir John Major was the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1990 November 28 to 1997 May 2. ...
Asked in Biology, Zoology or Animal Biology
What is kingdom in biology?
There are 5 kingdoms (kingdoms is the way of classifing organisms) 1. kingdom Monera (bateria and other single prokaryotic cells) 2. kingdom Protista (microscopic organisms made of 1 or more eukaryotic cells) 3.kingdom Fungi (fungi (of course) made of eukaryotic cells and eats deadorganisms) 4. Kingdom Plantae (all plants which are made of many eukaryotic cells) 5. kingdom Animalia (all animals and people many many eukaryotic cells we humans are made of about 100 trillion!) Being in Kingdom Animalia does NOT mean we are animals though we...