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Lindsay Marsh

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Transcript of fungi

Double click anywhere & add an idea Kingdom Fungi The appearance of Fungi
may resemble plants, but
they are more related to
animals mushrooms are an example
of Fungi phylum zygomycota phylum ascomycota phylum basidiomycota They reproduce
asexually Common Mold The black bread mold grows fast, and within days you can examine the growing fuzz which is root-like hyphae known as rhizoids Sac Fungi heterotrophs and obtain nutrients from dead or living organisms they reproduce sexually
and asexually The Basidiomycota contains about 30,000 species,which is 37% of the described species of true Fungi Includes yeast They obtain nutrition by decaying dead organic matter Plants Mosses Flowering Plants Ferns Conifers Require water to reproduce Lacks vascular tissue Also called Gynosperms their leaves are needles
which are adapted to dry conditions Pines, spruces, firs,
and redwoods are examples of
Conifers multicellular eukaryotes cell walls made of cellulose autotrophs Do not require water for fertilization overtook other plants as
most successful can live in a broad range
of habitats first plants came from algae one of the early plants no seeds sphagnum moss Buttercup have seeds and are vascular seedless vascular plants they have tracheids to pull water up first plant to develop vascular tissue Club Moss need water naked seed most are evergreen Animal Kingdom multicellular Eukaryotes heterotrophs that lack
a cell wall most are invertebrates radial body symmetry Phylum Porifera Phylum Cnidarian Phylum Platyhelminthes Phylum Nematoda Phylum Annelida Phylum Mollusca Phylum Anthropoda Phylum Echinodermata Phylum Chordata Pore-bearers dependent on movement of water multicellular
heterotrophs sexual and
asexual soft-bodied carnivores with stinging tentacles radial symmetry live in water
and rely on hydrostatic
skeleton bilateral symmetry have eyespots no gills, heart, lungs,
veins, mouth, and gut hermaphrodites free-living in land
and water reproduce sexually no internal transport
system soft-bodied often
have shell reproduce sexually nervous system
varies greatly breathe through skin reproduce sexually closed circulatory
system exoskeleton made of
chitin breathe through spirals sexual reproduction skin streched over
bony endoskeleton no cephalization 5 part radial
symmetry must have: hollow nerve cord
pharyngeal pouches
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