FC: Kingdoms,Domains,Vertebrate Groups Helena Hanson
1: The three Domains are the division before kingdoms. This includes Archea.Bacteria, and Eukarya. The left is Archea. THe middle is Eukarya and the right is Bacteria. MOst of the more common organisms you know today reside in the Eukarya Domain.
2: This is the kingdom Monera. These are autotrophs that get their food from nutrients surrounding them. They are unicellular.
3: This is the kingdom Protist. TEy are autotrophs that get their food by having it mearly pass through them. They are unicellular.
4: This is the kingdom animalia. They are hetrotrophs that get their energy from other surrounding organisms. THey consist of mammals, fish birds, reptiles and amphibians. They are multicellular.
5: This is the kingdom Fungi. They are autotrophs that get their energy from nutrient s they absorb from the ground. Tey are multicellular.
6: This is the kingdom Plantae. They are autotrophs that get their energy from sunshine which makes chlorophyll for energy. This kingdom includes flowers, tree, bushes and many others. They are multicellular.
7: Vertebrates These are organisms with a spinal chord. They are all hetrotrophs.
8: These are fish. They are cold-blooded,live in water and have gills not lungs to breathe.
9: These are birds. They lay fragile eggs and have feathers. They are warm-blooded and breathe with lungs.
10: These are reptiles. they are cold-blooded, have scales/plates and breathe with lungs.
11: These are Amphibians. They're cold-blooded,moist skin, lay soft jelly-like eggs, and go through stages to adulthood.
12: These are monotremes. They are mammals but they lay eggs. They are the most primitive animals still in existence and are warm blooded.
13: These are marsupial mammals. They are like mammals except that their offspring are carried around in a pouch and nurse on milk. They are warm blooded.
14: These are placental mammals. they feed on milk and grow until birth in the uterus. They are warm blooded.
15: Warm-blooded Animals whose blood temperature stays about the same regardless of the surrounding. | Cold-blooded Animals whose blood temperature varies according to the temperature of their surroundings