Science Worksheets and Study Guides Sixth Grade. Six Kingdoms of Life

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Missouri Standards

MO.3. Characteristics and Interactions of Living Organisms
3.1. There is a fundamental unity underlying the diversity of all living organisms
3.1.E. Biological classifications are based on how organisms are related
3.1.E.a. Scope and Sequence - Characteristics of Living Organisms: Recognize most of the organisms on Earth are unicellular (e.g., bacteria, protists) and other organisms, including humans, are multicellular
3.1.E.b. Scope and Sequence - Characteristics of Living Organisms: Identify examples of unicellular (e.g., bacteria, some protists, fungi) and multicellular organisms (e.g., some fungi, plants, animals
3.2. Living organisms carry out life processes in order to survive
3.2.A. The cell contains a set of structures called organelles that interact to carry out life processes through physical and chemical means
3.2.A.a. Scope and Sequence - Characteristics of Living Organisms: Compare and contrast the following plant and animal cell structures: cell membrane, nucleus, cell wall, chloroplast, and cytoplasm
3.2.B. All living organisms have genetic material (DNA) that carries hereditary information
3.2.B.a. Scope and Sequence - Characteristics of Living Organisms: Describe how plants use energy from the Sun to produce food and oxygen through the process of photosynthesis
MO.4. Changes in Ecosystems and Interactions of Organisms with Their Environments
4.2. Matter and Energy flow through an ecosystem
4.2.A. As energy flows through the ecosystem, all organisms capture a portion of that energy and transform it to a form they can use
4.2.A.a. Scope and Sequence - Ecosystems and Populations: Diagram and describe the transfer of energy in an aquatic food web and a land food web with reference to producers, consumers, decomposers, scavengers, and predator/prey relationships
4.2.A.b. Scope and Sequence - Ecosystems and Populations: Classify populations of unicellular and multicellular organisms as producers, consumers, and decomposers by the role they serve in the ecosystem

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