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Six Kingdoms

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Preston Anderson

on 15 October 2013

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Slime molds can be found in North Carolina, Tennessee, and a lot of other places around the United States
There are over 900 species of different molds
Classification of the Blue whale
Cells: Multicellular, Eukaryote
Six Kingdoms By Preston Om and Jake
Green Algae: Other Facts
Green Algae responds to their environment by its shape. They change their shape to adapt to the environment they are in.
Slime mold: Classification
Order: Physarales
The classification of the Venus fly trap
Kingdom: Athophyta
Phylum: Magnoliopsida
Class: Nepenthales
Order: Droseraceace
Family Dionea
Genus: Muscipula
Algae can be found salt/fresh water, but sometimes in swampy places. Hi
Cells: Unicellular, Prokaryotic.
The relatives of the Venus fly trap
The Feas petrel.
The Atlantic mackerel.
And the Ashy storm petrel
Algae has been around for about 1.7
Billion years.
The Venus fly trap's leaf has hairs and when those hairs are triggered, the head snaps shut. The fly is digested over time.
Venus Fly Trap or Dionea muscipula
The Venus fly trap is native to the U.S.A in North and South Carolina. It lives in bogs and swamps.
The Venus fly trap reproduces asexually by spores.
The Venus fly trap was found when the english discovered New England.
They produce in two different ways,
sexually and Asexually.
Interesting things about the Venus fly trap
It seeks insect for feeding, not to pollonate.
After one of the traps has caught 4-6 insects the trap withers and falls of for a new one to grow.
The Blue whale or the Balaenoptera musculus
The Blue whale lives in the Pacific and the Atlantic ocean.
Cells: Multicellular and has Prokyotic cells.
The Blue whale reproduces sexually.
The Blue whale has been on Earth for 50 million years.
Interesting things about the Blue whale
The Biggest Blue whale ever recorded was 110 feet
The biggest animal in the world, the Blue whale, eats one of the smallest, Krill.
A baby Blue whale is the size of two minivans.
Cell type: Slime molds have Eukaryotic cells
Reproduction: They reproduce Asexually but they can also reproduce Sexually.
Kingdom: Anamelia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Mammalia
Order: Cetacea
Family: Balaenopteradae
Genus: Balaenoptera
Slime molds need to be moist to adapt to their environment. If they aren't moist then they will fall apart and wont be able to adapt.
Slime molds have been around for about 1 billion years
Slime molds are Unicellular and they can
become Multicellular.
Species: Borrelia Burgdorferi, Lyme disease
Kingdom: Bacteria
Phylum: Spirochaetes
Class: Spirochaetes
Family: Spirochaetaceae
Genus: Borrelia
Borrrelia Burgdorferi is prokaryotic and it also is unicellular. You can find it on a variety of species in different geological locations. It reproduces asexually mostly through binary fission, It adapts to the environment quickly because binary fission develops very fast.
Slime mold: Other Facts
The relatives of the blue whale
The closest livid relative of the Blue whale is the Hippopotamus.
There are over 7,000 different species of Algae
Green Algae: Classification
More about eubacteria
Borriela Burgdorferi was first recognized in 1975.
Interesting Facts!
Lyme disease is caused by fleas biting you and sucking your blood.
The world book
kingdoms classification protozoans, algae, and other protests
Domain: Eukarya
Kingdom: Protista
Phylum: Myxomycota
Class: myxomycetes
Family: Physaracae
Genus: Physarum
Species: Physarum polycephalum
Domain: Eukaryote
Kingdom: Plantae
Phylum: Charophyta
Class: Zygnematophyceae
Order: Zygnemtales
Family: Zygnemataceae
Genus: Spirogyra
Species: Aplanospora
Species: Aeropyrum Pernix
Kingdom Archea
Phylum: Crenarcheaota
Class: Thermoprotei
Order: Desulferococcales
Family: Desulfercoccaceae
Genus: Aeropyrum
A. pernix is prokaryotic and unicellular, It is located in the sea off the coast of Japan. It adapts to environment because it can easily adapt to temperature. Also A. pernix was found in 1996 in sea vents off the coast of Japan.
Interesting Facts!
A. Pernix is a heat requiring species and needs heat in order tto grow and live.
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