6 Kingdom Foldable Match up the ends of your paper as if you doing a hamburger foldDO NOT FOLD YOUR PAPER! Use your pencil to make a light mark on the inside of your paper. Shutter fold fold you paper in on both side and let them meet in the middle of your paper Fold each side Using a ruler(share) you will make a
tiny mark every 7 cm Draw lines across your shutters where you made your marks at every 7 cm. On the inside draw a line down the middle of your paper. This will give you an idea on the space you will have for your information. You will then cut the lines on the shutters, but be sure not to cut the back side of your foldable( this will
give you three tabs on each side of your foldable). On each tab, at the top, you will write each kingdom on the tabs shown ARCHAEBACTERIA Ancient bacteria EUBACTERIA true bacteria
PROTISTA FUNGI PLANTAE ANIMALIA Archaebacteria Cell Structure: Prokaryotic-no
nucleus Cells: unicellular Characteristics: live in harsh environments, old bacteria Mode of nutrition: autotrophs or heterotrophs Eubacteria true bacteria Cell Structure: Prokaryotic-no
nucleus Cells: unicellular Characteristics: common bacteria, beneficial and disease causing Mode of nutrition: autotrophs or heterotrophs Protista Cell Structure: Eukaryotic-has a nucleus Cells: unicellular or multicellular
Characteristics: fungi-like, plant-like (algae: multicellular), animal-like Mode of nutrition: autotrophs or heterotrophs Fungi Cell Structure: Eukaryotic-has a nucleus Cells: unicellular (yeast) or multicellular (mushrooms) Characteristics: release enzymes to digest food (grow on organisms they
feed upon) Mode of nutrition: absorptive heterotrophs Plantae Cell Structure: Eukaryotic-has a nucleus Cells: multicellular Characteristics: has a cell wall (cellulose) and chloroplast Mode of nutrition: autotrophs
Animalia Cell Structure: Eukaryotic-has a nucleus Cells: multicellular Characteristics: variety: nonchordates, chordates (spinal cord), and symmetry Mode of nutrition: heterotrophs Pictures
One page for 2 students to share. Cuts and glue as many pictures as you can on the front and back of the tab (flap). Clean-up before asking for teacher signature. All markers with caps inside markers bag All pencils inside pencils bag All glue stick with caps Rulers and scissors Place all of the above inside box All cut-outs in trash, not inside box or on table.
Now underneath the name of the kingdom on the outside of your foldable you can draw a picture of the organism that is in that kingdom. ecoli Paramecium Pyrococcus furiosus Lab: Cladograms DO NOT WRITE ON THE WORKSHEETS!
Read cladogram information. Refer to Animal Phyla and Animal Classification resource handouts for characterisics On a separate sheet of paper write the answers to: Part I: Cladogram analysis Part II: Create your own cladogram (both chart and cladogram) Continuation Lab Create a cladogram for the 5 species at your
table. Only 1 per table Use the resource material for characteristics (derived characters) Must be neat, use rulers to draw lines Must draw and color species Clean-up procedures Clean-up before asking for teacher signature. Staple everyones work together, except the
cladogram on cosntruction paper. All markers with caps inside markers bag All pencils inside pencils bag Rulers and scissors Place all of the above inside box
Bien abastecido Agua, madera,etc. Monasterio de Canigó Reconstrucción de un monasterio Plano de Cluny Doble transepto Cabecera semicircular Girola Maqueta de Cluny III Numerosas Torres y absidiolos Plano de monasterio cisterciense Testero plano Simplicidad Claustro.
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