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Getting to Know Domains, Kingdoms, and Vertebrate Classes

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S: grey wolf

FC: Vertebrate Collage

1: Starting at top row from left to right Grey Wolf, Red fox, Black Bear, African Dingo, Lynx, African Lion | Mammals

2: Sugar Glider | gray Kangaroo | Koala | Northern Opossum | Northern Brown Bandicoot | Mammals: Marsupials

3: Long beaked Echidna | Australian Platypus | Common Echidna | Monotremes

4: I.5,400 species II.Females have mammary glads III.Warm blooded IV.Give birth to live young | Mammals

6: Common Asian Toad | American Bull Frog | Spotted Salamander | Poisonous Dart Frog | Newt | Amphibians

7: King Cobra | Alligator Snapping Turtle | Green Iguana | American Crocodile | Desert Horned Viper | Reptiles

8: Reptiles | I.Cold-blooded II.Breath with lungs III.Scales or horny plates IV.Lay leathery eggs on land

9: I.Cold- blooded II.Moist skin without scales III.Young breath with gills IV.Adults breath with lungs | Amphibians

10: Orange Clown fish | Blue Cod | Barracuda | Tiger Shark | Yellow tailed King fish | Fish

11: Common Finch | African Crowned Eagle | Northern Cardinal | Turkey Vulture | Pelican | Snowy Owl | Birds

12: Fish | I.Aquatic Vertebrates II. Covered in scales in many different aquatic environments IV. Two sets of fins V.Cold-Blooded

13: Birds | I.Lay fragile eggs II.Covered in feathers III.Have wings IV.Warmed Blooded

14: Collage of The Three Domains

15: Plant Chloroplast | Plant Lysosome | endoplasmic reticulum | Plant Mitochondria | Palm Tree Cells | Eukarya

16: The Domain Eukarya arose from the first Prokaryotic organisms around 1.7 billion years ago. Characteristic of members of this Domain.... I.Have Eukaryotic cells II.Mainly Multicellular but some multicellular III.Divide cells through mitosis IV. can access energy and carbon | Eukarya

18: Cholera bacteria

19: Sea anemone

20: Bacteria | I. Single celled II.No Nucleus III.Chemically different from Archea IV.Live in all types of Enviorments V.Reproduce by dividing one cell in two

21: Archea | I.Single celled II.No nucleus III.Live in extreme IV.environments V.Similar to Bacteria

22: Kingdoms

23: Alaskan caribou | Indian elephant | Seagull | American rattlesnake | Gold fish | Animals

24: Animal | I.Multi-Cellular II.Eukaryotic III.Usually able to move around IV.Have specialized tissues V.Heterotrophs

26: Barrel cactus | Red rose | Aloe-Vera plant | Lily pads | Red oak | Plant

27: mold | Portabello mushrooms | polyporus squamosus molter | Algae | Fungi

28: Plants | I.Eukaryotic II.Thick Cell Wall III.Multi- cellular IV.Have Nucleus

29: Fungi | I.Usually multi-cellular II.Cells have thick cell wall III.Obtain nutrients through absorption IV.Often function as decomposer

30: Monerans

31: Protist

32: Monerans | I.Earliest life form on Earth II.Unicellular II.No hereditary matter in III.nucleus IV.Both autorophs and hetrotrophs

33: Protist | I.Usually single celled II.Have nucleus III.DNA contained in nucleus IV.Contain both animal and plant like characteristics

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