What are the 6 kingdoms of biology?Eefold12 - 6 Answers
Archae and Eubacteria are not kingdoms per se. They are domains. There are three domains of life: Archae, eubacteria, and eukarya. Eukarya contains fungi, animalia, plantae, and Protista. Evolutionarily speaking, eukarya arose from the horizontal gene transfer between eubacteria and Archae. This is proposed by the endosymbiotic theory of life....
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Organisms are classified into three Domains and into one of six kingdoms of life.
These kingdoms are...
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They are divided in 3 domains:
1) Domain eukaria:
2) domain archaea
3) domain bacteria
The 6 kingdoms of biology are:
The 6 kingdoms of biology are Archaebacteria, Eubacteria, Protista, Fungi, Plantae and Animalia. Archaebacteria is the newest kingdom...