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FC: The Kingdoms | Contributors: Steven Foley, Zac Freeman, Connor Holt, Hunter Spalenka | Zac | Zac | Steven | Hunter | Connor | Connor

1: 1. Arcaebacteria (Connor) 2. Eubacteria (Zac) 3. Protists (Connor) A. Ciliophora B. Phaeophyta 5. Fungi (Zac) A. Deutromycota B. Zygomycota 7. Plants (Steven) A. Bryophyta B. Anthophyta C. Coniferophyta 9. Animals (Hunter) A. Cnidarians B. Nemotoda | Table of Contents

2: Archaebacteria | -eukaryotic organism -sac-like organelle -structure called the endospore -found in extreme environments such as boiling water -one celled organism - | -ameoba is a helpful bacteria -pathogenic bacteria is an extremely harmful bacteria

4: Protists -slime molds and algae -microscopic organisms that aren't bacteria, animals, plants, or fungi -unicellular -complex cells -diverse organisms -eukaryotes -contain membrane bound organisms -they are not animals, plants, or fungi because they have no similar characteristics

5: Phylums | Ciliophora: -characterized by the presense of hair-like organisms called cilia -plantlike -common in lakes, ponds, oceans, rivers, soils Phaeophyta: -large group of mostly marine multicellar algae, including many seaweeds -plantlike -algae

6: Fungi Eukaryotic have cell walls unicellular and multicellular heteromorphic extra cellular no nervous system

7: Basidomycota Reproduction: Sexual

8: Plant Kingdom | Major Characteristics Divergent Event:The cells of Kingdom Plantae have cell walls made of cellulose that are used to support the plant Cell Type: Eukaryotic Cell Structure: Cell Walls made of cellulose Body Plan: Multicellular Metabolism: Autotrophic Digestion: Intracellular Nervous: None Respiratory: None Reproduction: Both types are found in that kingdom Examples: Bamboo, Trees, Plants

9: Division Bryophyta: Composed of mosses, liverworts, and hornworts. They haveno true organs like stems, leaves, or roots, tiny ancho-like rhizoids that keep them attached to the ground. They grow in shaded, moist places like rain forests. Division Anthophyta: Largest grouping of flowering plants. Its divided into classes "monocots" and "dicots" Monocot examples include grassses, palm trees, iris, and palms. Monocots are plants that produce one cotyledon. Dicot examples include apple trees, magnolia trees, oaks, and sunflowers.Dicots have two cotyledon. Division Coniferophyta: Plants that beartheir seeds in the form of a cone. They are both diploid and haploid commonly called conifers. Examples include pines, cedars, and redwoods.Needle-like leaves or scale like, no flowers. Found in rain forests and deserts. | Phylum's:

10: Animal Kingdom | Divergent Event: Animals first evolved during the "Cambrian Explosion," an event wherein animal populations exploded, possibly because of increased oxygen. Cell type: Eukaryotic Cell Structure: Round, with no cell well. Body Plan: Multicellular Metabolism: Heterotrophic Digestion: Extracellular Nervous: Brain Respiratory: Lungs and Gills Reproduction: Mostly sexual, very few asexual Examples:

11: Phyli | Cnidaria: Jellyfish-type animals, these animals have a soft body, and can sting. They have a simple nervous system, and simple sensory organs. All Cnidarians live in water. Nemotoda: Flatworms, mostly parasitic, one of the largest phyli.

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