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Kingdoms Project

6 kingdoms
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Kaylyn Surratt

on 5 May 2010

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Transcript of Kingdoms Project

KINGDOMS Animal They are known as Ectoprocta
Are a phylum of aquatic invertebrate animals No brain or specialist sensory organs
Closely related invertebrates Plants Ribbon worms or proboscis worms
They are found in all marine habits Often called hairy backs
Phylum of microscopic animals abundant
in marine environments Gastrotrich Nematomorpha Chordate Bryozoa Bacteria Eukaryota
No cell wall or chloroplast
Multicellular Eukaryote
Cell walls of cellulose: chloroplast
Multicellular Prokaryote
Cell walls with peptidoglycan
Unicellular Is a phylum of bacteria that obtain
their energy through photosynthesis Live in some of the most extreme and
inhospitable places on earth
May also live on the surface of Mars. Protist most species live in freshwater habitats
and a large number in marine habitats large group of mostly
marine multicellular algae Eukaryote
Cell walls of chitin
Most multicellular; some unicellular Fungi Most are marine plankton, but they are common in fresh water habitats as well
Most are colorless
Pyrrophyta Rhodophyta Contain the red pigment phycoerythrin
Do not have centrioles or flagella Archaebacteria Eukaryote
Cells walls of chitin
Most cellular; some unicellular Prokaryote
Cells walls without peptidoglycan
Unicellular Methanosarcina Makes methane from carbon dioxide and hydrogen gas.
Creates its own energy by methanogenesis. live in some of the most extreme and inhospitable places on earth
may also live on the surface of Mars. Archaebacteriophyta
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