What kingdom do one celed organism belong to?
One celled organisms belong to kingdom Monera. These organisms do not contain a nucleus. Bacteria are the organisms that comprise the entire kingdom.
Lichen belongs to two kingdoms. Fungi - Lichen digests food outside of the organism. Protista - Lichen is a one celled organism with a nucleus. Because scientists have discovered the duel traits of the organism, they have decided to classify Lichen into two groups respecting the similar traits exhibited through two kingdoms. In other words, Lichen has no kingdom of its own. It is placed in the Fungi and Protista Kingdoms. Remeber, Dizzy Kangaroos Picnic…
What do scientists do when they discover an organism that does not fit into any of the existing kingdoms?
As lichens are a not a single living organism, but are rather a symbiotic relationship between a fungus and an algae (ie. a relationship where one is needed for the other to survive, and vice-versa), they cannot be classified into one kingdom. This is because a fungus (obviously) is part of the fungus kingdom, and algae is part of the plant kingdom.
One very interesting organism from the animal kingdom, is the vampire squid or the Vampyroteuthis infernalis. This animal lives at extremely dark depths and is covered in hundreds of light producing organs called photophores. These organs allow it to produce wondrous sights of flashing colors and lights See related link for more details about the vampire squid.
If you know an organism has a cell wall and is a multicellular autotroph could you use the chart above to determine the kingdom to which it belongs Why or why not?
Animals belong to the kingdom Animalia. Any organisms in this kingdom are: * eukaryotes (meaning that their cells have nuclei. Each nucleus is in charge of controlling its cell's activities) * multicellular (meaning they are made of more than one cell) * show cell specialization (meaning that different cells perform different functions) * heterotrophic (meaning that they cannot make their own food like plants do. They have to eat it somehow)
The classification of fungi, the kingdom to which moulds belong, is complex and subject to change as scientists discover more about their evolutionary relationships. The term mould is a colloquial one and does not identify a particular organism, and there are many different ones. Mucor, the common pin mould, was formerly placed in the phylum zygomycota, but is now reclassified as glomeromycota, and green mould, Penicillium, is in the phylum ascomycota.
Many people assume that Plankton belongs to the kingdom Plankton, however the term Plankton refers to many species. Plankton actually falls under the kingdom Protista. For an organism to be a Protist, they must be Eukaryote and must not fall under the other Eukaryotic kingdoms such as Animalia, Plantae and Fungi. A Eukaryote is defined as a orgasm that is made up of one or more cells in which each cell contains one or more…
1) Living things with only one cell are called unicellular organisms. 2) Examples of unicellular organisms are yeast, Amoeba, Paramecium, Euglena and Chlamydomonas. They are also known as unicellular microorganisms because of their tiny size. 3) Amoeba and Paramecium belong to the animal kingdom. 4) Chlamydomonas, Euglena and Pleurococcus belong to the plant kingdom. (Taken from Success Science PMR -Oxford Fajar)