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Kingdom of Phylum

Phylum Zygomycota, Ascomycota, and Basidiomycota
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Chelsea Brewer

on 7 May 2010

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Transcript of Kingdom of Phylum

Double click anywhere & add an idea Phylum Zygomycota Phylum Ascomycota
Phylum Basidiomycota
sexual develop very quickly club or umbrellalook like cabs lined with gills big impact on humans largest phylum common yeast sac fungi asexual & sexual
two types of hyphae: 1.Rhizoids 2.Stolons
most common Black Bread Mold; looks fuzzy
live in soil, decaying plant, or animal material Plants multicellular eukaryotes autotrophic give us fresh air cell wall made of cellulose Mosses Fern no flower or seeds
soft plants grow close together damp or shady locations no seeds or flowers cone-bearing plants flowering plants seed plants seed plants the naked seed the most sucessful most common type is evergreen enclosed seed unigue reproduction organs club moss is an example vascular tissue Animal Kingdom Porifera Cnidarian Platyhelminthes Nematoda Annelida Mollusca Arthropoda Echinodermota Chordota multicellular 95% lack a back bone
(invertebrate) the other 5% have back
bone (vertebrate) pore-bearers (have holes) filter feeders no head or nerves system sexual & asexual soft bodies stinging (cnidocytes) live in water move around flat and thin breath in nutients no gills, heart, or lungs free-living exchange gas through skin sexual closed circulartory system
with vessal breath through skin poop soft bodies shell, foot, gills, and
digestive tract use teeth & jaws exoskeleton made of chitin breath through spiracle sexual skin stretched over the body no head 1. dorsal, hollow nerve chord (back bone) 2. notochord 3. pharyngeal pouches 4. tall that goes beyond the butt we all poop take in oxgyen
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