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six kingdoms of life field guide

kalie sharp 1-28-13 3rd

kalie sharp

on 1 February 2013

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kalie sharp
3rd six kingdoms of life field guide domain cell type: prokaryote
cell wall: lacks peptidoglcan
body form:unicellular
energy source: autotroph and heterotroph
locomotion:some have flagella(whiplike tail)
reproduction: asexual=binary fission
methanogens are found in the muck of swamps and marshes.
halophiles are found in extremely saline environments such as the great salt lake in the u.s. and the dead sea.
thermoacidophiles are found in such places are acid sulfur springs in yellowstone national park and undersea vents. archaebacteria eubacteria algae
cell type:eukaryote
cell wall:plantlike- cellulose/fungus like-chitin/colonial
body form:unicellular and multicellular
energy source:autotroph and heterotroph
locomotion:algae-few with flagella
algae sits on top of the water rather than sinking to the bottom of the sea.
algae can be recognized as mose on the top of the water.
kelp is eaten by whales . protista cell type:eukaryote
cell wall:chitin
multicellular and unicellular
energy source:
reproduction:asexual and sexual
fungi are important organisms that serve many viral functions in forest ecosystems including decomposion and nutrient cycling.
mushrooms are sources of food for wildlife and fungi that causes decay in living trees are beneficial to many species of birds and mammails.
the perennial species produce a new layer of tubes to the enlarging fruit body each year. fungi

cell type:eukaryote
cell wall:
body form:multicellular
energy source:
reproduction:sexual and some asexual
1.twin flowers are called twin flowers because they are trumpet-shaped lavendar flowershave hairy stems and leafs;bloom in paired leaf axils.
2.atlantic white cedar are located in the swamps with fresh water and salt water.
3.holiday mistletoe can be poisonous and end in dealth if ingested the leaves or berries. plantae cell type:prokaryote
cell wall:peptidoglycan
body form:unicellular
energy sorce:autotroph & heterotroph:decomposer
locomotion:some have flagella(whiplike tail)
reproduction:asexual=binary fission
staphylococcus aureus may cause minor skin infections such as pimples and boils, but these may become deep-seated,causing abscesses.
to a bacteriologist, staphylococcus aureus is a facultatively anaerobic gram-positive coccus.
when cultured on blood agar it exhibits haemolysis and it tests coagulase-postive and catalase-positive.

animalia cell type: eukaryote
cell wall: no cell wall
body form: multicellular
energy source:
locomotion: legs,fin/tail,wings,muscles-slithering
reproduction: sexual,some asexual
Deer are closely related to animals like moose and caribou.
Pacific water shrews are closely related to rats.
Bats are susceptible to rabies; a serious viral disease if untreated. protozoa(animal)
cell wall:animal like-mobile
body form:unicellular
and multicellular
energy source:sexual
have no cell wall
they are heterotrophs
they are multicellular
wild horse
equus caballus lined seahorse
hippocampus erectus anne's hummingbird
calypte costae loggerhead musk turtle
sternotherus minor archaea:
cell type:prokaryote
environment:extreme heat
cell wall:lacks peptidoglycan

cell type:prokaryote
cell wall:peptidoglycan

cell type:no cell wall sea fig
carpobrotus chilensis flordia greeneyes
berlandiara lyrata skunckbush
rhus trilobata large blazing star
liatris scariosa halophiles-halococcus salifodinae mathanogens-sulfolobus thermophiles-staphylothemus marinus bacillus-bacillus
megaterinm coccus-neissera
meningitidis spirillum-treporema
pallidum green algae-chlamydomonas euglena-trypanosoma brucei paramecium-
ciliate puffball-lycoperdon
perlatum pers. beardedtooth
hericium erinaceus
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