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FC: Domains, Kingdoms, and Vertebrates | By: Jerome Walker
1: DOMAIN: ARCHEA | Archea are one-celled organisms that are similar to bacteria, but they live in the parts of the world that are most like the conditions of Ancient Earth. | Methane-oxidizing archaea. | Methanopyrus
2: These are prokaryote organisms, which means that they don't have a nucleus. | DOMAIN: BACTERIA | S. aureus Bacteria | Anthrax Bacteria
3: Eukaryotes are organisms with nuclei, and it includes almost all of the multicellular organisms in the world. | DOMAIN: EUKARYA | Giardia cell with no mitochondria | The nucleus of a rat's liver cell
4: Coccus-spherical monerans | E coli | Virus cells | KINGDOM: MONERANS | These are living organisms made of one cell with no nucleus. They get nutrients when they pass through the cell membrane, and they reproduce by splitting in two.
5: DOMAIN: PROTISTS | These living organisms are made of one cell and have a defined nucleus. They get nutrients from eating each other or the sun. They reproduce by splittin gin two. | This is a protozoan | Symboitic protists in termites | Volvox aureus, or green algae
6: Autumn Fungi | Gilled Fungi | Fly Agaric Fungi | Hygrocybe lanecovensis | KINGDOM: FUNGI | These are living organism that are usually multicellular, and they get nutrients by absorbing the surfaces they live on. They reproduce with spores. They are eukaryotes.
7: These are organisms made of many cells. They get energy from the sun and their surroundings. | KINGDOM: PLANTS | Daffodil | Dogwood Tree | Azaleas
8: These are living organisms with many cells, and they get energy from eating other organisms. They reproduce by cells which grow inside or outside the mother's body. | Sheep | Seahorse | Brad Pitt | KINGDOM: ANIMALS
9: Trout | Shark | Tilapia | VERTEBRATE GROUP: FISH | These are cold-blooded animals that live in water and usually have gills for breathing. They usually have scales.
10: VERTEBRATE GROUPS: BIRDS | These are animals that lay fragile eggs and have feathers on their skin. They breathe with lungs and are warm blooded. All birds have wings, but not all can fly. | Dodo Bird | Cardinal | Swan
11: These are cold-blooded animals that breathe with lungs and have scales. They lay leathery eggs on land. | Snake | Turtle | Lizard | VERTEBRATE GROUP: REPTILES
12: Toad | Frog | Newt | VERTEBRATE GROUP: AMPHIBIANS | These are cold-blooded animals with moist skin, lay eggs in water, and live on both land and water.
13: These are animals that give birth to live, young, give nurse young with milk, have hair or fur, and are warm blooded. | VERTEBRATE GROUP: MAMMALS | Platypus | Kangaroo | Human