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Kingdoms Project

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maty surratt

on 7 June 2011

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Kingdoms Animal multicellular
reproduce sexually.
made up of cells that do not have cell walls. Porifera: spend their lives anchored to a rock or ocean bottom Rotifers: common microscopic animals living in fresh water Plant multicellular with cell walls made of cellulose
reproduces both sexual and asexual
food consumption is photosynthesis Bryophyta: paraphyletic group of plants formerly regarded as a single division Sphenophyta:have stems containing a large central pith region which in mature plants is hollow Protists Fungi motionless and not photosynthetic organisms
can reproduce sexually or asexually
eukaryotic Zygomycota Ascomycota microscopical
unicellular eukaryotes
generally live in water Chlorophyta Parabasalia Archaebacteria survive only in oxygen-free environment
able to live in a variety of environment
some have flagella thermoacidophiles halophiles Eubacteria single celled
found everywhere
prokaryotes Thermotogae Aquificae
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