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The Five Kingdoms Monera This biological kingdom is composed of bacteria and cyanobacteria one-celled sometimes colonial organisms whose cells lack a nuclear envelope mitochondria or plastids They reproduce asexually through fission splitting in two and mainly gain their nutrition by absorbing it from their environment though some species are chemoautotrophs or photosynthetic This is the most primitive of the five kingdoms it encompasses all the bacteria Monerans are single-celled prokaryotic organisms Protista This biologic kingdom is composed of eukaryotic organisms unicellular and multicellular algae slime molds and unicellular or simple colonial protozoans Protists obtain their nutrition via several methods including photosynthesis devouring other organisms and absorption Protists can reproduce sexually or asexually and they can be sedentary or move with pseudopods flagella or cilia There are over 55000 known living species and over 35000 known extinct species in this kingdom Fungi This kingdom is composed of single-celled sometimes multicellular eukaryotic organisms Protists are more complex than bacteria and include protozooans and some types of algaeKingdom Fungi includes organisms such as slime molds mushrooms smuts rusts mildews molds stinkhorns puffballs truffles and yeasts All are classified in this kingdom because they absorb food in solution directly through their cell walls and reproduce through spores None conduct photosynthesis Plantae The members of this kingdom are multicellular eukaryotic organisms that usually conduct photosynthesis Animalia The members of this kingom are complex multicellular eukaryotic organisms that digest food outside their cells and then absorb the digested nutrients Animals must consume other organisms to obtain most of their nutrients
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