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6 Kingdoms Project

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Transcript of 6 Kingdoms Project

The Six Kingdoms
By: Declan, Teddy, and Donald

Kingdom: Plantea
Phylum: Angiosperms
Class: Eudicots
Order:asteraes:
Family: Asteraceag
Genus:Helanthul
Species: annuus

Helanthul annus

Protist: Kelp
Kingdom: Protista
Phylum: Heterokontophya
Class: Phaeophyceae
Order:Laminariales
Family: Laminariacene
Genus: Laminaria
Species: hyperborea

Laminaria hyperborea
Eubacteria: Antherax
Kingdom: Eubacteria
Phylum: Firmicutes
Class: Bacilli
Order: Bacillales
Family: Bacillaceae
Genesis: Bacillus
Species: Anthracis
scientific name, bacillus anthracis
Fungus: The Jelly Fungi
Kingdom:Fungi
Phylum: Basidiomycetes
Class: homobasidiomycetes
Order: agarics
Family: Dacrymycetaceae
Genus: Tremella
Species: hydnoid
scientific name, Tremella cf. Fuciformis
Archebacteria
Haloquadratum
habitat:
Anthrax is generally found in soil.
Cells
Eukariotic cell
Mulicellular

Habitat
Most sunflowers live in prairies and dry open areas. lives best in sunny, moist, or distributed area
Reproduction
Sunflowers reproduce sexually, using the bees to help them
Interesting facts
Can grow up to 8 to 10 feet in rich soil within 6 months.

The tallest sunflower in the world is 25 feet and 5.5 inches long

Habitat
Jelly fungi usually lives on decaying wood.
Interesting Facts
Its called the Jelly Fungi because of it's fruity and rubbery texture.
Jelly fungi is poisonous.
You can eat it in a certain soup.
Reproduction
Jelly Fungi reproduces by releasing its spores.
Anthrax was used to put in bombs and dropped on people.
Anthrax has killed millions and has been band from warfare.
Respond to stimuli and adapt to enviroment
Anthrax takes over bodies and kills them. Anthrax adapts to the different drugs.
Close relatives
The closest relative to jelly fungi is surprising snow fungi.
Interesting facts
Age of species
This disease has believed to been around since Moses unleashed the plagues on Egypt.
reproduction
Anthrax actually spreads by spores.
close relative
A close relative to anthrax is a deadly disease named bacillus thuringiensis.
cells
what type: Eukaryotic

number of cells: multicelluar
cells
type of cells: prokarotic

Number of cells: unicelluar
Respond to stimuli and adapt to enviroment.
Jelly fungi shrivels when it is dry and then when it rains, absorbs the water and goes back to its fruity self.
Age of species
October 11 1968 was the first ever recorded Jelly fungi.
Cells
Multicelluar
Eukariotic
Reproduction
Kelp reproduces asexually using spores
Closest relative and age of species
The closest relative is seaweed

Kelp is 23 million years years old
Habitiat
They grow in kelp forests

Live in fresh and salt water

Live from Mexico to Alaska, and America too

Giant kelp prefers temputures from 50- 65 degrees F.
Intresting facts
Kelp grows faster then bamboo.
About 5 to 3 inches a day in our exibit and 10 to 12 inches in the bay.
Its possible to grow two feet a day.

Responds to stimuli and adapts tp eviorment
Kelp grows to the sun

Kelp needs to withstand currents, so it adapted to have strong roots so they won't drift
Age of species and closest relative
Sunflowers are about 5000 years old

The closest relative is a chrysanthemum.
Wildcat
Number and type of cells
The wildcat is Multi-cellular and Eukaryotic which means it has organelles and a nucleus
Classification
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Mammalia
Order: Carnivora
Family: Felidae
Genus: Felis
Species: Felis silvestris
Age of species
The wildcat is roughly 2 million years old
Felis silvestris
Reproduction
The wildcat reproduces sexually.
Closest Relatives
The wildcat's closest living relatives are the sand cat the Chinese mountain cat, the Jungle cat and the black footed cat.
Enviroment/Habitat
The wildcats are found throughout most of Africa, Europe, and southwest and central asia into india china, and Mongolia.

Interesting Facts
Males measure 17 to 36 in. in body length, 9.1 to 16 in. in tail length, and normally weigh 11 to 18 lb. Females are slightly smaller, measuring 16 to 30 in. in body length and 7.1 to 14 in. in tail length, and weighing 6.6 to 11 lb. They are also crossbreads with housecats.
Adapts to environment
The Grizzled pattern on the wildcats coat helps camouflage the cat in its natural habitat
Closest Relative
The haloquadratum's closest relative is the Halogeometricum borinquense
Adapts to environment
haloquadratum is completely adapted to function optimally at similarly high levels of potassium chloride.
Enviorment/Habitat
The Haloquadratum lives in low water activity environments
Animal
Classification
Kingdom: Archaea Phylum: Euryarchaeota Class: Halobacteria
Order: Halobacteriales Family: Halobacteriaceae Genus: Haloquadratum
Species: Haloquadratum

Number/Type of cells
The Haloquadratum has prokaryotic cells and is unicellular
Age of species
First discovered in 1980 by A.E. Walsby in the Gavish Sabkha, a coastal brine pool on the Sinai peninsula in Egypt

Interesting Facts
The Haloquadratum is shaped like a square and Cell growth requires salt concentrations of at least 14% weight by volume

Haloquadratum walsbyi
Reproduction
The haloquadratum reproduces asexually
Plant:Sunflower
Responds to stimuli and adapts to enviorment
Grows towards the sun

Has developed flower system so it can survive cold weather
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