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INTRODUCTION Classification system:2 kingdoms Animalia Plantae Moving / Changing Places Not Moving Colorless Green Green Classification system:2 kingdoms Animalia Plantae No Cell walls Walled Cells None Plastids Existing Plastids Certain age Not so Heterotrophy Photoautotroph The organism is characterized by: do not have nucleus membrane MONERA 2. The organism is characterized by ? Flagella ? Eye spots/stigma ? Plastid ? Cell wall is not from cellulose, largely composed of protein periplas Protist 3. The organism is characterized by ? Have no chloroplast ? Cell Walls : Chitin Fungi PROKARYOTIC Monera : Bacteria blue algae EUKARYOTIC Protist Plantae Fungi Animalia Classification System By The Whitaker 5 kingdoms Plantae ? Mosses: liverworts (Hepatophyta), hornworts (Antocerophyta), mosses (Bryophyta) ? ferns: Psilophyta, Microphyllophyta, Arthrophyta, Pteridophyta ? Spermatophyta : Gymnospermae Angiospermae According to The Classification of Engler Plantae Thallophyta: plants that can not be distinguished roots, stems, and leaves (tallus) Algae, Fungi Cormophyta: plants that can be distinguished roots, stems and leaves (cormus) ferns, plant seeds Root Stem Leaf How do you define thallus and cormus ??? Sexual Reproductive Structures Algae: sexual reproduction is always unicellular when multicellular, all are fertile 2. Non Algae: multicellular sexual reproductive cell consists of fertile and sterile Closing Have you understood the material we have disscussed? ? Why is regarded as the kingdom Protista trash? Name the members of these kingdoms! ? What is basic classification system used in the two kingdoms and the five kingdoms?