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Domains, Kingdoms, and Vertebrates Project

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S: Domains, Kingdoms, and Vertebrates By Hana Geadah

FC: Domains, Kingdoms, and Vertebrates By Hana Geadah | Algae | Tiger | Bald Eagle | Lion | Clown Fish | Chinchilla | Jellyfish | Giraffe

1: Domains | Domains

2: Eukaryota Family Tree

3: Multicellular Organisms: All multi-cellular organisms have nuclei, which makes up most of planet Earth. | Unicellular Organisms: All unicellular organisms have nuclei, like multi-cellular organisms, but they only have one cell, where as multi-cellular organisms have multiple cells. | Domains: Eukaryota | Bees, Mushroom, undefined organism, Monkey, Flowers, Undefined organism | Unicellular organism

4: Eukaryota Kingdoms | Dog | Tree | Mushroom | Protist | Animalia | Plantae | Fungi | Protista

5: All animals are living(or once living) multi-cellular organisms. They get their nutrients and energy from eating other organisms. The way they reproduce is from their cells, which grow inside or outside of the mother's body. We see animals in our daily lives, like our pets, and even when we look in the mirror! Believe it or not, humans are animals as well. | Kingdom: Animalia | Sea Turtle | Cat | Horse

6: We also see plants in our daily lives. If you go outside they are all around you. Plants are living organisms as well, they just don't walk around like we do. Unlike us, they get their energy from the sun and nutrients from their surroundings, like the soil and water in the soil. They mainly reproduce from seeds, and we also eat them and their seeds in our daily lives. Not only are trees and flowers plants, but so are fruits and vegetables! | Kingdom: Plantae | Tomato | Aloe Vera | Geranium

7: Fungi are also living organisms, but they are made of tiny cells, and some are even unicellular organisms. They get their nutrients from digesting and absorbing the surface that they grow and live on. They reproduce with spores and can grow on things that we eat, like bread! Not only do they grow on things we eat, but we also eat them! Mushrooms are a form of fungi. | Kingdom: Fungi | Moldy Bread | Mushrooms | Lichen

8: Protists are also living organisms. However they are usually only made up of one cell, sometimes more than one. Some get nutrients by eating others, and some get nutrients by making food from the sun, similar to plants. They reproduce by splitting in two, and are eykaryotes, meaning that they do have a clearly defined nucleus. | Kingdom: Protista | Amoeba | Paramecium | Euglena

9: Domains: Bacteria | Eubacteria | Eubacteria

10: All bacteria are prokaryotes, meaning they have no nucleus. They are also unicellular organisms and are simple cells. They reproduce by dividing in two | Domains: Bacteria | Bacteria

11: Eubacteria is a smaller kingdom in the kingdom Moneran. It is the only kingdom in the domain bacteria so it has all the same characteristics. | Kingdoms: Eubacteria(in the Moneran Kingdom | Agrobacterium | Bacteria | Cyanobacteria

12: Domains:Archaea | Archaea | Archaea | Archaea

13: Archaea are unicellular organisms and are very similar to bacteria. "Archaea" means "ancient" in Greek, and this domain is named Archaea because all organisms in it live in environments similar to that of ancient Earth. | Domains: Archaea | Methanobecterium

14: Archaea-bacteria is the other half of the Moneran kingdom. It is the only kingdom in Arcahaea so it has all of the same characteristics previously described. | Kingdoms: Archaea-bacteria(in the Moneran Kingdom | Thermoplasma | Sulfobus | Halobacteria

15: Vertebrates | Reptiles | Amphibians | Cardinal | Shark | M a m m a l s

16: All vertebrates are animals with backbones. There are five major vertebrate groups: Mammals, Birds, Amphibians, Reptiles, and Fish. | Vertebrates

17: We, as you might already know, are mammals, along with a lot of other animals. That means that almost all animals who give birth to live organisms, nurse the young with milk, have hair or fur, and are warm blooded are mammals. | Mammals | Kangaroo | Deer | Panda

18: Monotrems are the oldest mammals still in existence. Monotremes lay eggs, and some examples of them are the platypus(left) and the echidna(right). | Monotremes (A Type of Mammal) | Duck-billed Platypus | Echidna

19: Marsupials have pouches used for carrying their babies. The young emerge very small and crawl into this pouch where they are nursed with milk. Most marsupials are now found in Australia and they evolved before placental mammals. Examples of marsupials are opossums(left) and kangaroos(right). | Marsupials (A Type of Mammals | Opossum | Kangaroo

20: Placental mammals are mammals in which the fetus is attached to the wall of the uterus and nourished through a spongy material (the placenta). Many animals, including humans are placental. | Placental Mammals | The Human Race Evolving

21: All birds lay fragile eggs, have feathers on their skin, breathe with their lungs, like us, and are warm blooded. Even though all birds have wings, not all birds fly. | Birds | Bird | Hummingbird | Parakeet

22: Amphibians do look similar to reptiles, which is why people often get them confused, but are actually quite different in a few ways. Their skin is moist, and they do not have scales, and they lay soft jelly like eggs in the water. Young amphibians can also be know as a tadpole. They go through stages as a larve, to a tadpole, to an adult. The tadpoles breathe with gills, like fish, where as adults usually breathe with lungs, some can even breathe through their skin! Some day-to-day amphibians are frogs, toads and lizards. | Amphibians | Frog | Lizard | Iguana

23: All reptiles are cold blooded animals, unlike birds and mammals, and usually have horny plates or scales. They breathe with their lungs, and lay their leathery eggs on land. Examples of reptiles would be snakes, or turtles. | Reptiles | Crocodile | Tortoise | Snake

24: Fish are cold blooded as well, and live in the water. They breath through gills, typically do not have lungs and they are normally covered in scales. We also eat fish as a part of our daily lives, especially if you live on a coastal area. | Fish | Barracuda | Starfish | Fish

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