Archaebacteria: *Archaebacteria was discovered in the late 20th century in the Pacific Ocean.*This organism is unicellular *Archaebacteria can survive in very intense conditions, for example, in boiling water, thermal vents with no oxygen, and highly acidic places. *One of the earlier archaebacteria discoveries was in Yellowstone National Park. *They can survive in temperatures well above 100 degrees C. *The organism produces asexually.

a.jpg Eubacteria:
* This is a complex, though, single celled or unicellular organism.
* This type of bacteria which most people are familiar with, and is also the most common type of bacteria.
* They have a different chemical makeup, therefore they are classified in their own kingdom.
* Most eubacteria are helpful, they produce many vitamins and yogurt, but they are also responsible for strep throat (streptococci).
* They have been on our planet for over 3 billion years!
* Other bad things they are responsible for are ecoli, and salmonella, from undercooked meat.
* Helpful ones can be used to clean water, or make grapes into wine, and milk into cheese. Yum.
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Protista:
* Protists are smile mold and algae.
* They are kind of the miscellaneous kingdom because most of them are so different from one another.
*They are all microscopic organisms that are not bacteria, plants, animals, or fungi.
* Most of them are unicellular.
* They ingest their food by phagocytosis.
* Protists prey on bacteria and other small unicellular.
* A lot of them can form cysts.
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Sources:

http://www.ric.edu/faculty/ptiskus/Six_Kingdoms/Index.htm http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/archaea/archaea.html http://www.rogers.k12.ar.us/users/ehutches/procari.jg http://www.windows.ucar.edu/tour/link=/earth/Life/classification_eubacteria.html http://biology.clc.uc.edu/courses/bio106/protista.htm http://biology.clc.uc.edu/courses/bio106/protista.htm




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