What are the two kingdoms of bacteria and why do scientists classify them sparately?
eubacteria and archeabacteria
You classify bacteria so as to knw the beneficial and harmful ones.
scientists use taxonomy to classify and separate them into different groups
to make it convenient for us
archaebacteria and eubacteria.
The two kingdoms that bacteria is classified in are archaebacteria and eubacteria. At one time, bacteria was classified under one kingdom called Monera.
The six kingdoms are: Animalia, Plantae, Fungi, Archaea, Protista, and bacteria
There are six major kingdoms. They are bacteria, protozoa, chromista, plantae, fungi, and animalia.
The six Kingdoms are: Eubacteria, Archaebacteria, Protista, Plantae, Animalia, Fungi.
archeabacteria and eubacteria
i dnt know u tell me?
kingdoms, appearance, habitat, how they reproduced, sry thats all i got (\ /) ( . .) (__)
The kingdom is the broadest classification of living organisms; they are subdivided into phyla. Some kingdoms, include plants, animals, monera, algae, and fungi.
-it makes organisms into 8 kingdoms(domain, kingdom, phylum, class, order, family, Genus, species) -it makes scientists easier for scientists to get info. about the organisms
Taxonomists use fossil records, morphological structures, and DNA/genetic information in order to classify organisms into different kingdoms, phylums, and classes.
They use 5 or 6 because the original 5 were 1. Animalia 2. Protista 3. Monera 4. Plantae 5. Fungi Some scientists have split the monera kingdom into 2 separate kingdoms 1. Animalia 2. Protista 3. Eu Bacteria 4. Archae Bacteria 5. Plantae 6. Fungi
Only two kingdoms were used thirty years ago to classify living things. How many kingdoms are used today?
Six. Animalia Plantae Fungi Protista Archaea and Bacteria
Opinions about how to classify life vary. In one system, the kingdoms are: bacteria, archibacteria, protista, animalia, plantae, fungi. For other classifications, check the Wikipedia article on "kingdom (biology)".
Kingdoms and domains are used to classify living things. There are 3 domains: Bacteria, Archaea, and Eukaryote. Within the domains, living things are sorted into Kingdoms. There are currently 5 Kingdoms protista, bacteria, archaea, plants, animals, and fungi. Previously, only the 5 kingdom system existed. Later however, the domains were added.
At the time, there were only two kingdoms: plantae and animalia. Only until later were different species found.
In the United States the kingdoms are Animalia, Plantae, Fungi, Protista, Archaea, and Bacteria. For more info, go here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kingdom_(biology)
There are many more than three types of information used by scientists to separate and classify living organisms into the five Kingdoms, but here are three important ones: 1. Source of energy - autotroph versus heterotroph 2. Number of cells - unicellular versus multicellular 3. Types of organelles - lack of nucleus versus distinct nucleus
There are two kingdoms of bacteria. The two kingdoms of bacteria are Archaebacteria and Eubacteria. This is taught in biology.
.All of the following are used to classify organisms into domains and kingdoms EXCEPT ____. Color of body
The current system, the Three Domain System, groups organisms primarily based on differences in ribosomal RNA structure. Ribosomal RNA is a molecular building block for ribosomes. Under this system, organisms are classified into three domains and six kingdoms. The domains are Archaea, Bacteria, and Eukarya. The kingdoms are Archaebacteria (ancient bacteria), Eubacteria (true bacteria), Protista, Fungi, Plantae, and Animalia
Scientists are always finding new species of animals and bacteria. Right now, there are three (3) Domains and six (6) kingdoms Archea, Bacteria, and Eukaryote are all the domains Archeabacteria, is in archea Eubacteria is in Bacteria and Eukaryote has six kingdoms Protista (Protists) Fungia (I could be wrong by the name, Fungi) Plantae (plants) Animae (Animals)
In the traditional, and most widely accepted system of classification, there are 6 Kingdoms, 5 in addition to the animal Kingdom. Most scientists in the United States use this system. The following Kingdoms are used in this system: Kingdom: Archaebacteria, Kingdom Eubacteria, Kingdom Protista, Kingdom Fungi, Kingdom Plantae, Kingdom Animalia. These are often categorized into 3 domains: Archaea, Bacteria, and Eukarya. However, United Kingdom, Australia, and South America classify Archaebacteria and Bacteria as Monera so… Read More
There are two kingdoms of bacteria namely Monera & Protists.Normally Protists is a link between the Monera's & Fungi,Animalia & Plantae .Monera's are the unicellular prokaryotic organisms bacterias, having one single cell.Protists are the multicellular bacterias having many cells.Scientists can easily classify them broadly into two separately. The organisms in the kingdom Monera are unicellular or filamentous. THE CELLS ARE WITHOUT MEMBRANE-BOUND CELL Organelles are either motile or non motile,they exhibit autotrophic,heterotrophic,parasitic or saprophytic mode… Read More
The six kingdoms are: Animalia Plantae Fungi Protista1 Bacteria2 Archaea2 1Protista is an extremely diverse group and many members are not monophyletic, making them very difficult to classify clearly. 2Archaea and Bacteria were once grouped into Kingdom Monera, but were separated when it was discovered that eukaryotes are closer to Archaea than Bacteria.
The two kingdoms of bacteria are Archeabacteria and Eubacteria
Some algae are difficult to classify because they sometimes do not properly fit in one of the kingdoms since they may have characteristics from a few of the kingdoms.
Protist: organisms with no specialized cells (algae) Prokaryota (Monera): unicellular organisms with no nucleus Eubacteria: true bacteria Archaea: bacteria with no nucleus (not real bacteria)
There are two kingdoms of bacteria, Eubacteria and Archaea.
Scientists divide kingdoms into genus and then species
Yes. Generally there are 5 Kingdoms to classify living organisms: Animal, Plant, Fungi, Protozoa, Bacteria. Birds fall into the animal kingdom, otherwise known as Kingdom Animalia.
Bacteria is not is any of the kingdoms because it is not a living organism.
There's archaebacteria and eubacteria. Archaebacteria are extremophiles; they can live in a variety of environments that have very harsh conditions. Some can live at 100 degrees Celsius, others can withstand the pressure of 200 atmospheres. I have also heard that they can only live in oxygen free environments, but I do not know how true that is. Eubacteria is the more common bacteria. It does not live in harsh conditions and is what we are… Read More
There are five kingdoms: Monera, Protista, Myceteae, Plantae and Animalia.
plants, animals, monera, protists, fungi there are only 5 kingdoms
What was the third kingdom to be developed when scientists learned that all organisms do not fall into the plant or animal kingdoms?
The third kingdom was the Protista kingdom. AKA. bacteria and germs. Protista
Those ARE the names of the kingdoms.
When Carl Linnaeus initially developed the nomenclature system, he ranked kingdoms as the highest classification, but it was reduced in rank to domain in the 1960's.There are eight major classifications of scientific kingdoms. These are, Eubacteria, Archaebacteria, Archezoa, Protozoa, Animalia, Plantae, Fungi and Chromista.
There were originally 5 kingdoms. Then, scientists discovered that there are actually 6. The original 5 kindgoms are Moneran, Protista, Fungi, Plante, (Plants) and Animalia (Animals). Scientists decided to split the Moneran kingdom into two different parts, those parts are Archae Bacteria and EuBacteria. So now, there are indeed 6 kingdoms in our world.
There are three kingdoms. they are plantae, bacteria and protists
Certain cell structures are most commonly found in different kingdoms. For example animal cells are notable for lacking a cell wall, though a few protists have this trait as well. Fungi have cell walls of chitin while plants and algae have cell walls of cellulose.
This anwser is false. The reason why is because scientists want to make two kingdoms of Monera not two kingdoms of fungi
The 5 Kingdoms in biology provide categories for all living things. They are: Plants Animals Bacteria Fungi Prokaryotes Viruses have to have a host cell (or an 'invaded' cell) to survive, so scientists don't class them as a living organism. Viruses are different from all bacteria.
one of the criteria is cell structure.
Bacteria is in the Protist kindom.
bacteria does not have a nucleus
There is ONE bacteria kingdom.
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