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Jake Dekker

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Includes a cell wall with peptidoglycan
Cell walls without peptidoglycan

Classification of Living Things: Kingdoms
Contains cell walls with cellulose
Most unicellular/some multicellular
Cell walls with chitin
Most multicellular/some unicellular
Absorb/Engulf their food

Classification of Living Things: Kingdoms
No cell walls containing chloroplasts
Cell walls containing cellulose: chloroplasts
Most multicellular/some unicellular

Eubacteria: E. coli
Complete Taxonomic Description
Domain: Bacteria

Kingdom: Bacteria

Phylum: Proteobacteria

Class: Gamma Proteobacteria

Order: Enterobacteriales

Family: Enterobacteriaceae

Genus: Escherichia

Species: Escherichia coli (E. coli)
Thermococcus litoralis
Complete Taxonomic Description
Domain: Archaea

Phylum: Euryarchaeota

Class: Thermococci

Order: Thermococcales

Family: Thermococcaceae

Genus: Thermococcus

Species: T. litoralis
Protista:Amoeba proteus
Complete Taxonomic Description
Domain: Eukarya

Kingdom: Protista

Phylum: plasmodroma

Class: sarcodina

Order: amoebida

Family: amoebidae

Genus: Amoeba

Species: Amoeba proteus
Fungi: Rigidoporus ulmarius
Complete Taxonomic Description

Phylum: Basidiomycota

Class: Basidiomycetes

Order: Polyporales

Family: Meripilaceae

Genus: Rigidoporus

Species: Rigidoporus ulmarius
Animalia: Panthera tigris
Complete Taxonomic Description
Kingdom: Animalia

Phylum: Chordata

Class: Mammalia

Order: Carnivora

Family: Felidae

Genus: Panthera

Species: Panthara tigris
Life Cycle
E. Coli use asexual reproduction as their method reproduction to continue their life cycle. This process takes place during binary fission
Habitat and Ecological Niche
E. coli is the most abundant facultatively anaerobic microorganism that is found in the GI tract of humans and mammals. The average human GI tract contains an upward of 1 kg (~2.21 lb)
Nutrition of E. coli
E. coli are heterotrophic and usually
obatin their nutrients through a host organism.
From their host organism, they obtain carbon by
Life Cycle
Was not able to find the main life cycle
for Thermococcus litoralis species in the
archaebacteria kingdom.
Habitat and Ecological Niche
Thermococcus litoralis grows near shallow and deep sea hydrothermal vents in extremely hot water. The optimal growth temperature for T. litoralis is 85–88 °C.[2] It also prefers slightly acidic waters.
Was not able to find any mode of
nutrition for this type of species
Size and Brief Description
Nothing on their size
Interesting Fact
Made of 16 of the 20 amino acids
Life Cycle

The ameoba proteus uses asexual
reproduction as their main method to
continue their life cycle. This process also
takes place during binary fission.
Size and Body Description
Habitat and Ecological Niche
Amoeba proteus is often found in relatively clean ponds with highly oxygenated fresh water. It is found in large “food webbed ecosystems” that contain many algae and plants
Amoeba proteus are heterotrophs, meaning they must prey on other organisms for nutrition. Endocytosis is the process by which Amoeba proteus “ingest” prey and gain nutrition.
Fun Fact
When the amoeba eats its prey, the prey
remains alive inside the amoeba for some time
Life Cycle
Since I was unable to find the life cycle
for this type of fungi, I will just say that
fungi undergo alternation of generations and
either use sexual or asexual reproduction depending on the environment
Size and Body Description
Rigidoporus ulmarius
body shape is very
disfigured and grows on broad-leaved trees. This type of fungi can grow to be outrageously big.
Habitat and Ecological Niche
This type of fungi has been known to usually grow
in Europe. They are most commonly found on wood like trees or logs.
While researching this type of fungi, I was not
able to find any type of way that they gain
nutrients but i am guessing that they are engulf their food off other organisms (i.e. tree, logs)
Fun Fact
Largest Rigidoporus ulmarius was 150 by 133 cm
Life Cycle
Although tigers can mate throughout the year, copulation usually happens between November and April, which are the cool months in their various habitats. Females reach sexual maturity at around three of four years of age, while males are a little older, at an average of four or five years old.
Size and Body Description
The tiger (Panthera tigris) is the largest cat species, reaching a total body length of up to 3.38 m (11.1 ft) over curves and weighing up to 388.7 kg (857 lb) in the wild.
Habitat and Ecological Niche
Most Tigers live in Asia, specifically throughout Southeast Asia, China, Korea and Russia. Tigers like to live in swamps, grasslands,and rain forests. Usually where Tigers live there are trees, bushes, and clumps of tall grass.
However, an integral
component of their diet
are large-bodied prey
weighing about 20 kg
(45 lb) or larger such as
moose, deer species,
pigs, cows, horses,
buffalos and goats
Plantae: Rosa acicularis
Complete Taxonomic Description

Kingdom: Plantae

Phylum: Angiosperms

Class: Rosids

Order: Rosales

Family: Rosaceae

Genus: Rosa

Species: Rosa acicularis
Size and Body Description
deciduous shrub growing 1–3 m tall. The leaves are pinnate, 7–14 cm long, with three to seven leaflets. The flowers are pink (rarely white), 3.5–5 cm diameter; the hips are red, pear-shaped to ovoid, 10–15 mm diameter
Habitat and Ecological Niche
This native rose species of the U.S. and Canadian northern Great Plains is the provincial flower of Alberta. Most abundant rose species growing in the boreal forests of northern Canada and Alaska.
I was not able to find this type of species mode of nutrition. What I do know is that the plantae kingdom is autotrophic creating their own nutrients from sunlight.
Life Cycle
This type of plant is a perrenial life
cycle. It means that the flower grows,
lives for about two years and then dies.
Classification of Living Things: Kingdoms
Fun Fact
E. coli O157:H7 infection is diagnosed by stool culture (testing the bowel movement).
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