What are the two kingdoms of bacteria-?
There are two kingdoms of bacteria. The two kingdoms of bacteria are Archaebacteria and Eubacteria. This is taught in biology.
The two kingdoms of bacteria are Archeabacteria and Eubacteria
There are two kingdoms of bacteria, Eubacteria and Archaea.
Bacteria is not is any of the kingdoms because it is not a living organism.
The two kingdoms that bacteria is classified in are archaebacteria and eubacteria. At one time, bacteria was classified under one kingdom called Monera.
There are two kingdoms of bacteria, Archaebacteria and Eubacteria.
archea bacteria and bacteria
The two kingdoms of bacteria are archaebacteria and eubacteria by troy Watson from southwood
there now are considered 3 domains: Eukarya, prokarya and bacteria. bacteria and prokarya are prokaryotic. the prokaryotic kingdoms however are bacteria and archae.
archaebacteria and eubacteria
There are actually two kingdoms that bacteria can belong to: Archaebacteria and Eubacteria.
Prokaryotes are in two kingdoms.They are Bacteria and Arche bacteria.
Protista & Fungi
archaebacteria and eubacteria.
Archaebacteria and Eubacoteria
Eaubacteria and Archibacteria
fungi and anemia
Eubacteria and Archaeabacteria.
Bacteria are in their own Kindom, Kingdom Bacteria which are then subsplit into 29 different Phylums
There are two kingdoms of prokaryotes, Bacteria and Archaea.
The Bacteria and Archaebacteria are two kingdoms made up of Prokaryotic cells.
Archae and Bacteria
archeabacteria and eubacteria
"There are two kingdoms of prokaryotes. These are the bacteria (or eubacteria) and the archaebacteria (or the Archaea)."
Actually, there are more than two 'kingdoms' in modern biological classification. Modern biologists recognize three 'domains' of life: Bacteria, Archaea, and Eukarya. Bacteria and Archaea are prokaryotes.
There are six major kingdoms. They are bacteria, protozoa, chromista, plantae, fungi, and animalia.
Two, the types of bacteria
Because they just were.
Eubacteria and Archeabacteria.
The two kingdoms of bacteria are the prokaryotes and the eukaryotes. Prokaryotes can be identified by their small size and their lack of organelles. Eukaryotic cells are larger, more efficient cells, due to membrane infolding and the presence of organelles.
Bacteria and Archea (Archbacteria)
Prokaryotes are classified into their own kingdoms and domains. They are divided into two domains, Archaea and Bacteria. Archaea and Bacteria have their own kingdoms, the archaebacteria (or "ancient" bacteria) and eubacteria (the true "true" bacteria) respectively. ****Prokaryotes are classified by: ~Biological species ~morphological species ~genetic species ~biochemistry
The organisms found in kingdom Monera were divided into two kingdoms, Archaea and Bacteria. Monera is a kingdom that contains unicellular organisms and no nuclear membrane.
eubacteria and archeabacteria You classify bacteria so as to knw the beneficial and harmful ones.
No, protista are eukaryote. Prokaryotes are broken into two kingdoms. Archeabacteria ( ancient bacteria ) and Eubacteria ( true bacteria )
All bacteria are single celled organisms. These two kingdoms are separated by the presence of a nucleus and not by single and mulitcellular properties.
well .. the szix kingdoms dont really have a definition they are just the kingdoms like anamalia fungi bacteria plants and two more you can just put those if its for a hw assingnment
The two bacterial kingdoms, Archaea and Bacteria.
Archaea and Bacteria.
Those ARE the names of the kingdoms.
Monera is a kingdom that contains unicellular life. It is split into the two domains of Archaea and Bacteria.
How has an increasing knowledge about organisms affected the number of kingdoms now recognized by biologists?
As biologists learned more about the natural world, they realized that Linnaeus’s two kingdoms, Animalia and Plantae, did not adequately represent the full diversity of life. As a result, the original two kingdoms have today become six kingdoms, with two of those groups used just for classifying bacteria
There are three kingdoms. they are plantae, bacteria and protists
Bacteria is in the Protist kindom.
bacteria does not have a nucleus
There is ONE bacteria kingdom.
Kingdom is a classification within the eukaryotes domain. Bacteria is a domain itself, previously called eubacteria (true bacteria). The other domain of prokaryotes is now called archaea. Previously this also was considered a kind of bacteria: archeabacteria. The third domain of living beings is the eukarya, where kingdoms plantae, fungi and animalia etc. belong.
The three kingdoms of bacteria are Eubacterial achaebacterial and also bacteria that is it is so fun to represent conyers middle school if you go their you should now me
Life on earth is classified into six kingdoms: Animals (Animalia) Plants (Plantae), Fungi, Protists (protista), Bacteria, and Archaebacteria (Archae). The last two are referred to as domains instead of kingdoms. Bacteria and Archaebacteria were once classified as Monerans (Monera or Prokaryota) but has been obsolete since 1991.
there are 7 kingdoms fish, animals, arthorpods, acient bacteria, true bacteria, protists, fungi
The kingdoms eubacteria and kingdom archaebacteria are bacteria kingdoms, which are unicellular.