The five kingdoms in the classification system of life are animals, plants, fungi, prokaryotes and protoctists. Organisms are classified according to various characteristics that they share, and the kingdom classificatio... More »

The five kingdoms classification system of life consists of the Monera, which includes the bacteria and archaebacteria; Protista, which includes protozoa, slime molds and algae; Fungi; Plantae; and Animalia. The five kin... More »

The five kingdoms of living things are Monera, Protista, Fungi (or Mycota), Plantae (or Metaphyta) and Animalia (or Metazoa). The kingdom is the third taxonomic rank in the biological classification system. More »

Eukarya is a classification of living things that includes organisms such as the protists, fungi, plants and animals. Organisms are divided into three domains: Archaea, Bacteria and Eukarya. Domain Eukarya consists of eu... More »

Shared features in plants, fungi and prokaryotes include cells, cellular membranes and asexual reproduction. Bacteria and the archaea compose the prokaryotes. Plants and fungi make up the eukaryotes, along with animals a... More »

The six kingdoms of life are animalia, plantae, fungi, protista, archaebacteria and eubacteria. Every living organism on the planet falls into one of the six kingdoms. The placement of organisms is based on characteristi... More »

The types of protists, which are eukaryotes, that aren't animals, fungi or plants include euglenoza, alevolates, stramenopiles, red algae, slime molds and choanoflagellates. The alevolate group includes ciliates, sporozo... More »