Why amoeba and algae belongs to same kingdom?
They both belong in the Protista kingdom
Amoeba acts, eats, feels, and uses its body differently than the monera kingdom. Therefore, it is not in the same kingdom as monera
Nothing, really. Kingdom Protista is what's known as a wastebasket taxon; the only thing its members have in common is that they don't fit neatly into any other group.
No they are not the same
I believe they are placed in the same kingdom because they are both Protists, therefore would be placed in the Protist Kingdom.
Algae are protists because they have some of the same organelles. They also are actually called plant like protists. They are still in the protists kingdom though. Protists are microscopic. But, algae is not microscopic. It is confusing but algae is in the Protists Kingdom. Algae also has call walls.
The same kingdom the animal the fetus will be when it's born, is the kingdom the fetus itself belongs to. A cat fetus is in the Felidae kingdom, for instance.
are protozoa and amoeba the same
It's the same color as the amoeba. Of course, since amoeba is transparent it's hard to say that amoeba has a color.
No, algae is not the same as seaweed.
An organism that belongs to the same family must also belong to the same kingdom and phylum. An example of two organisms that belong to the same family would be a lion and a tiger.
The Arabian horse belongs to the kingdom Animalia. This applies to all other horse breeds. All horses, the Arabian included, belong to the kingdom Animalia. In regards to the origin of the breed itself, it can be traced back to the Arabian Peninsula, and possibly the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The kingdom of the Arabian horse is the same as that of all other horse breeds as they are all the same species. The kingdom… Read More
no they are not all the same colour's
No, they are not the same.
no they don't
No they are not.
No. Amoeba is the simplest microscopic unicellular cell whereas elephant is the largest mammal (which is a multicellular organism)
0.5mm, about the same as a grain of salt.
They are not the same thing but they are in the same family.
Saturn belongs to the galaxy that is called the Milky Way. It belongs to the same group of planets that the Earth belongs to and revolves around the same sun.
Titanium belongs to same family as Hafnium. Both of them belongs to group-4.
Single celled organisms: amoeba algae euglena cyclops malaria parasite plankton protozoa sporozoa heliozoa dino flagellates hydra paramecium I found this on a question, 'list of single-celled organisms?' Look that up and you get the same answer.
Yes two Algae (a kind of primitive plant life) can be (develop) in the same tank. There is no reason why they should not.
Ur face has algae and phytoplankton!! LOL!
i had the same problem of killing algae but apparently you can use a U.V light
An amoeba replicates by splitting in half asexually so that each daughter cell is the same as the parent. Running this process backward from the present, each existing amoeba is the same as its predecessor (fungible) back as far in time as the first amoeba existed. In this regard the amoeba is immortal. Now it get a bit picky. The above assumes that no genetic changes have occurred since amoeba #1. This cannot be proved… Read More
The basis for a new plant kingdom is the remarkable morphological and molecular similarities between green algae and traditional plants. -Viridiplantae would include these green photosynthetic plant like protists in the same category as traditional plants.
no they are not same they belongs to same family Thank you.
Plants and green algae both have the same types of organelles. This is because they both are able to create their own food.
Verma (Hindi: वर्मा) surname belongs to Kshatriyas.
It's basically the same, yes.
Tissue is formed when a group of similar cells work together to do the same job. If an amoeba is a "single-celled" organism, it cannot have any tissue.
Many single-celled organisms reproduce the same way as an amoeba. In fact, most of them do. Bacteria can reproduce into over 200 other bacteria in 3 hours if the environment around them is appropriate.
No. Next question please.
Yea, they are the same. Although the words are used interchangeably there is a technical difference: "Of" is a preposition used to denote place or direction, e.g., The Kingdom "of" Heaven is located in a place called Heaven; "of" is also used to denote ownership, e.g, The Kingdom "of" God belongs to God. The technical difference between the two is that the "Kingdom of God" encompasses and includes all rightful citizens of His Kingdom, whether… Read More
The amoeba finds tiny particles of organic matter, and eats them. All animals get energy in essentially the same way, by eating food. The food can then be used as fuel for the metabolism.
No. Carbon belongs to period 2 whereas Phosphorus belongs to period 3.
No, Sharks belongs to Class: Chondrichthyes and whale belongs to Class: Mammalia
Cynobacteria are in photosynthetic bacteria.So they are in same kingdom
they have the same number of moon
algae and protozoa are both unicellular eukaryotes and are hence classified under protista
Same size as of water.
They are merely definitions, with one of them encompassing the other. A microorganism or microbe is an organism that is microscopic (usually too small to be seen by the naked human eye). Microorganisms include bacteria, fungi, archaea, and protists; microscopic plants (called green algae); and animals such as plankton, the planarian and the amoeba. Therefore, it would be similar to asking is a Pine tree the same thing as a tree?
a fish and a cow are in the same kingdom but not the same species
Prokaryotes are cells without a nucleus, and yes they are in the same kingdom as eukaryotes.
It belongs to Brahmin caste. I know that becoz I belong to same family name.
The same kingdom.
Elements in same column belongs to same group. They have same chemical properties.
the same type that grows in lakes
shrimp and algae same as spoonbills