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 »

Six kingdoms of life exist: archaebacteria, eubacteria, protists, fungi, plants and animals. In the past, the two bacterial kingdoms were placed into one kingdom, but the two types of bacteria were found to be so differe... More »

A "kingdom" in biology is a classification of living things. Organisms belong to one of six kingdoms of life. The current kingdoms are the Archaebacteria, Eubacteria, protists, fungi, plants and animals. More »

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 »

Eubacteria and archaebacteria have a wide variety of shapes. However, these cell types have no membrane-bound organelles, they do not organize their DNA into a nucleus, and they are contained by cell membranes protected ... More »

The main characteristic of archaebacteria and eubacteria are that they are unicellular, or single-celled. Archaebacteria are only found in hot boiling water or other types of extreme environments, while eubacteria are fo... More »

According to the University of California in Santa Barbara, the main difference between protista and fungi is that fungi need aerobic respiration to survive, whereas protists are able to live in an anaerobic environment ... More »