What Are the Four Kingdoms of the Domain Eukarya?

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A kingdom is a classification in biology for organisms. The domain eukarya consists of multi-cellular organisms. This domain is divided into four kingdoms. Those kingdoms are animalia, plantae, protista, and fungi.
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The Eukaryote domain can be classified in four kingdoms. They are Methanogens, Halophiles, Thermophiles and the Acidophiles. Examples include: Methanimalcules, Heliobacteria, Heat-loving
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All the kingdoms of eukaryotes, including Protista (Protoctista)
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1: Plasma membrane. 2: Cytoskeleton. 3: Nuclear envelope (that is the double membraned nucleus) 4: Membrane bound organelles. 5: Endoplasmic Reticulum. 6: Ribosomes. 7: Mitocondrion
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The four kingdoms within the Domain Eukarya include the familiar kingdoms of Plantae and Animalia as well as the Kingdom Fungi (which are multi-cellular, somewhat plant-like organisms
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RED PEONY. Domain: Eukarya. Kingdom: Plantae. Subkingdom: Viridaeplantae. Infrakingdom: Streptophyta. Division: Tracheophyta. Subdivision: Spermatophyta. Infradivision ...
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