mason wong

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Chapter 1 and 2 of The Six Kingdoms of Life on Earth and its organism By Mason Wong

May 8, 2019


Chapter 1 Intro
 There are six kingdoms on Earth. There are Eubacteria, Archaea, Protista, Plant, Fungi, and animals. So, they are the six kingdoms on Earth!!!!!!!!

     Chapter 2 Bacteria
     Bacteria is a small organism that comprises or fit in the domain eubacteria. But, there are two types of bacteria. One type of bacteria are eubacteria. Another type of bacteria is archaebacteria. They do have a lot of similarities.  For example, archaebacteria and eubacteria are both prokaryotes or without a nucleus, and they are also both unicellular organism, that means they only have one cell. But, what makes them different is the chemical composition for the cell, so they are put in different kingdoms, instead of the same kingdoms.
    The method for bacteria’s reproduction is binary fission, which is a type of asexual reproduction. Asexual reproduction only requires one parent's gene, so it would not cause genetic diversity. Which means every organism in the population will look the same. Binary fission is when a new organism is formed and breaks away from its parents, and a new organism is formed. So, they reproduce at a fast rate. For example, some bacteria could reproduce every 20 seconds!!!!!!
     Bacteria can cause diseases and some of them are harmful. For example, strep throat, bacterial infections, etc…. So, as you can see bacteria can cause diseases.


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