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Dec 10, 2020 ... The organisms in each Kingdom are considered biologically distinct from ... These Kingdoms are Archaebacteria, Eubacteria, Protista, Fungi, ...

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Classifying larger organisms into kingdoms is usually easy, but in a microenvironment it can be tricky. ... Monera (includes Eubacteria and Archeobacteria).

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May 22, 2002 ... What is the difference between the 5 kingdoms? ... Eubacteria (One-celled organisms called "true" bacteria, including the more advanced ...

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Describe organisms in the six-kingdom classification system by their characteristics. Frn.. ... cell wall of Eubacteria is made up of different materials and is more ...

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Scientists divided the organisms from the old Moneran. Kingdom and gave them their own kingdoms. The word, variety, helps you to remember how the bacteria ...

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Dec 23, 2017 ... How does one remember classification of organisms? What classification is a worm? Why is classification important in biology? How does ...

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Classification of Living Organisms into 6 Kingdoms. ... The six kingdoms are Eubacteria, Archae, Protista, Fungi, Plantae, and Animalia. History. Until the 20th  ...

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The monera kingdom is made up of two groups called phyla. Both of these phyla are made up of one-celled organisms, which are all bacteria. None of them ...

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Feb 19, 2009 ... organisms had not been studied in detail ... kingdoms: Monera, Protista, Fungi, Plantae, and. Animalia ... called Eubacteria and Archaebacteria.

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Like many other groups, the group consists of both free-living and pathogenic organisms that have been shown to cause diseases in human beings and animals ( ...