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Copy of Prezi 3D TEMPLATE by sydo.fr

Awesome template but don't use it with Chrome... Or it may crash ! (sorry)
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The Diversity of Life
By Lauren Sharpe
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Kingdom Features
nimals
eukaryotic
organisms
lack
cell walls
multicellular
heterotrophic
blastula
stage
mostly
motile
ubacteria
prokaryotic
organisms
have a
single chromosome strand
most are
heterotrophs
reproduce through
binary fission
unicellular
organisms
most
abundant
form of life
Archae
acteria
unicellular
organisms
mostly
heterotrophic
has a
single chromosome strand
thrive in
extreme conditions
cell walls made of
peptidoglycan
lants
eukaryotic
organisms
contain
cell walls
carry out
photosynthesis
contain
chlorophyll
most
multicellular

Fung
eukaryotic
organisms
heterotrophic
organisms and often
decomposers
most are
aerobic
multicellular
chitin
makes up cell walls
Protist
most
diverse
group of organisms
eukaryotic
organisms
most are
uni-cellular
most reproduce
asexually

live in
aquatic environments
or
moist soil
Species Details
Species of Archea:
Nanoarchaeum equitans
Kingdom:
Phylum:
Genus:
Species:

Archea

Nanoarchaeota
Nanoarchaeum
N. equitans
Life Cycle
asexual
reproduction
undergoes
binary fission

don't have a lifespan
cells
divide
and
renew
Size
cells are
400nm
in diameter
FACT: this is the second smallest known organism
IN THE WORLD
Habitat
aquatic
organism
considered a
thermophile
grows in
80 degrees celcius
temperature
prefers water with a;
pH of 6

salinity concentration of 2%
Nutrients
lacks the ability to
metabolize hydrogen
and sulfur for energy
symbiont of
Ignicoccus
Whether it obtains energy from
biological molecules
imported from
Ignicoccus
, or whether it receives
ATP
directly is currently unknown
symbiont
nanoarchaeum equitans
Species of Bacteria:
Salmonella enterica
Size
Nutrients
Habitat
Life Cycle
Kingdom:
Phylum:
Class:
Order:
Family:
Genus:
Species:
Eubacteria
Proteobacteria
Gammaproteobacteria
Enterobacteriales
Enterobacteriaceae
Salmonella
S. enterica
0.7-1.5 by 2.0-5.0 µm
obtain their energy from
oxidation
also from reduction reactions using
organic sources

chemoorganotrophs
water, soil, food plants
chicken produce, unpasteurized milk, ground meat, and fish
survive in
salt water
and
cooler environments
too hot
of an environment may kill the bacteria
needs to have a
host
bacteria
begin to grow
invades the walls on the
intestinal track
, thus causing inflammation and damage to the body
goes to the
liver
and into the
spleen
heads to the
gallbladder
to the
bloodstream
and to other organs
Species of Fungi:

Rhizopus stolonifer
Kingdom:
Phylum:
Order:
Family:
Genus:
Species:
Fungi
Mucorales
Zygomycota
Mucoraceae
Rhizopus
R. stolonifer
Nutrients
Life Cycle
Size
Habitat
FACT: most frequently reported food borne illnesses
grows rapidly at temperatures between
15
and
30°C
prefers
humidity
Commonly found on
bread surfaces
also
soft fruits
such as bananas and grapes
takes food and nutrients from the
bread
Molds
secrete digestive fluids
that
decompose the substrate,
making nutrients available
REQUIRE MOISTURE
sexual
and
asexual
reproduction
spreads
and
penetrates
over a surface while
sending hyphae inward to absorb the nutrients
when the conditions are good the hypahe which contains haploid spores
release spores
into the atmosphere
spores land on
moist surface
and life cycle repeats
3-12 microns
fact: dead spores are
as dangerous as living ones
Species of Protsits:
Chondrus crispus
Nutrients
Habitat
Size
a little over than
20 cm
in length
branches are
2–15 mm
broad
utilize
inorganic nutrients
from land runoff
Kingdom:
Phylum:
Order:
Family:
Genus:
Species:
Plants
Algae
Gigartinales
Gigartinaceae
Chondrus
C. crispus
grows abundantly along the
rocky
parts of the
Atlantic coast of Europe and North America
Fact: this species is also known as Irish Moss
Species of Animals:
Basket Star
Nutrients
Habitat
Size
Life Cycle
Kingdom:
Phylum:
Class:
Order:
Family:
Genus:
Species:
Anamalia
Echinodermata
Ophiuroidea
Ophiuridea
Gorgonocephalida
Gorgonocephalus
eucnemis
up to
70 cm in arm lengt
h with a
disk diameter of 14 cm
Fact: basket stars may live up to 35 years!
deep sea
habitats
rocky intertidals
Physical Appearance
entirely
marine invertebrat
e animals with a
pentaradial
symmetry
bodies are composed of a
central disk
with multitudes of arms branching dichotomously forming thousands of
branchlets
When feeding, they
extend
several of their arms into the water, the
branchlets
spread out like a fan
they consume
zooplankton
The sexes are separate and they spawn
planktonic larvae
can grow back their limbs if they happen to get chopped off
Their main predators are
fish
and other invertebrates like
crabs
mutualistic relations
with the Gthe soft coral,
Gersemia
Species of Animals:
Amphiodia pulchella (Brittle Star)
Kingdom:
Phylum:
Class:
Order:
Family:
Genus:
Species:
Animalia
Echinodermata
Ophiuroidea
Ophiurida
Amphiuridae
Amphiodia
A. pulchella
Habitat
Occupies shallow burrows in soft sediment in back reef areas
seagrasses and sponges, or among coral colonies
Burrowing individuals will frequently extend two to four arms across the sediment surface, while the disk and other arms remain inside the burrow
Physical Features
Has fine scales
Pairs of radial shields on the dorsal surface of the disk are closely joined
Colour of the disk can vary from grey to brownish gray
Has some red, purple and grey markings
Nutrition
Some are suspension feeders and they secure food particles with mucus strands, spines or tube feet on their raised arms
Others are scavengers and feeders on detritus
Others again are carnivores lasso their waterborne prey
The limbs then bend under the disc to transfer the food to the jaws and mouth
Life Cycle
become sexually mature after approximately two to three years
The eggs and sperm cells are released into open water, where fertilization takes place
Size
The diameter is never larger than 5 mm
Arms are only 40-50 mm long
FACT: The release of sperm and eggs is synchronized in some species, usually with regard to the lunar cycle
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