6 Kingdom Characteristics

By: Konnar Kechely

Archaebacteria

  • Archaebacteria has a cell wall.
  • It is prokaryotic.
  • It's autotroph, heterotroph, and Chemotroph.
  • It's both Aerobic and Anaerobic.
  • It's asexual.
  • It's motile.
  • It's unicellular.


Eubacteria

  • It has a cell wall.
  • It's prokaryotic.
  • It's an autotroph, heterotroph, and a chemotroph.
  • It's both aerobic and anaerobic.
  • It's asexual.
  • It's both motile and nonmotile.
  • It's unicellular.


Protista

  • It doesn't have a cell wall.
  • It's eukaryotic.
  • It's an autotroph and a heterotroph.
  • It's both aerobic and anaerobic.
  • It's both sexual and asexual.
  • It's motile.
  • It's both unicellular and multicellular.


Fungi

  • It has a cell wall.
  • It's eukaryotic.
  • They're heterotrophs.
  • It's both aerobic and anaerobic.
  • It's both sexual and asexual.
  • It's non-motile.
  • It's multicellular.


Plantae

  • It has a cell wall.
  • It's eukaryotic.
  • It's autotrophic.
  • Mostly aerobic, but few are anaerobic.
  • It's both sexual and asexual.
  • It's non-motile.
  • It's multicellular.


Animalia

  • Doesn't have a cell wall.
  • It's eukaryotic.
  • It's heterotrophic.
  • It's aerobic.
  • It's sexual.
  • It's motile.
  • It's multicellular.