How do prokaryotes differ from the other kingdoms?
Prokaryotes only have a fraction of the amount of DNA as eukaryotes, and they lack more complex organelles such as mitochondria. Importantly, a prokaryote’s DNA is not contained in a nucleus (which is the main distinction between prokaryotes and eukaryotes), but is instead free-floating in the cell.
Which two domains do the prokaryotes belong?
The two prokaryote domains, Bacteria and Archaea, split from each other early in the evolution of life. Bacteria are very diverse, ranging from disease-causing pathogens to beneficial photosynthesizers and symbionts.
What three factors can be used to identify prokaryotes?
Bill Biology Exam Review: Bacteria
|Describe four factors that are used to identify prokaryotes||1. Shape (cocci,bacilli,&spirilla), 2 Chemical nature of cell walls 3. movement 4. Way the obtain energy|
|What are three ways in which bacteria are vital to the living world?||1. Photosynthesis 2 Decomposition 3. Human uses|
Which of the six kingdoms is the only kingdom that includes organisms that are eukaryotic and can be unicellular?
What two kingdoms have prokaryotes?
Six Kingdoms Of Life
|Which 2 kingdoms contain only prokaryotes?||Eubacteria and Archaebacteria|
|What cell organelle does a eukaryotic cell have that a prokaryotic cell does not have?||nucleus|
|Which 2 kingdoms contain only organisms that are consumers?||fungi and animal|
What does empire mean?
(Entry 1 of 2) 1a(1) : a major political unit having a territory of great extent or a number of territories or peoples under a single sovereign authority especially : one having an emperor as chief of state.
What is an example of empire?
Examples of Empires in the ancient world include those of Sumeria, Babylonia, Assyria, that of the Hittites, the Egyptian, the Persian, the Macedonian, the Inca, the Aztec, and, most famously, the Roman.
What’s an example of empire?
An empire is defined as a political unit or territory or large geographic area under a unified or supreme authority, often an emperor or empress. An example of an empire is the area over which Alexander the Great ruled.
What do all empires have in common?
Terms in this set (7)
- Strong central government. Empires were very large, so they needed strong governments.
- Bureaucracy. Non-elected government workers who manage people, resources, and land.
- “Global” trade networks.
- Unification strategy.
What was the largest empire in history?
The Mongol Empire
Are Empires good or bad?
No, empires certainly aren’t inherently bad, there just carry inherent risks. Think of this way- imagine if a dictator had absolute power over a state. So in an empire, power can be abused, but only if the emperor chooses to rule in such a way.
What was the best empire?
The 10 Greatest Empires In The History Of The World
- 4) The Spanish Empire was one of the first global empires.
- 3) The Russian Empire lasted almost 200 years.
- 2) The Mongol Empire was the largest contiguous empire the world has ever seen.
- 1) The British Empire was the largest empire the world has ever seen.
- Every empire was composed of great cities.
Why is an empire good?
Economically, the empires existed to aid the economic advancement of the ruling nation. In many ways, empires were both good and bad. When they first gained power, they were good for their own people and bad for the people they took control of; but when the empires collapsed, they left legacies that unbalanced.
What makes an empire successful?
So, What Does make an Empire The Kalledey Empire needs a healthy mixture of military, a strong efficient leader, a sturdy government, religion, trade or spread of ideas, and social hierarchy. You can’t really leave out these things to make our empire better then the rest or it won’t be considered much of an empire.