FC: Getting to Know the Domains, Kingdoms, and Vertebrates
1: Domains Archaea- one celled organisms. Archaea is greek for ancient. Members of this domain live in environments that are similar to environments of ancient earth. Bacteria -one celled organisms that are prokaryotes. Eukarya - organisms that have cells with nucleus, it includes almost all of the multi-cellar organisms on earth.
2: Crenarchaeota | Korarchaeota | Archaea | Euryachaeota | Nanoarchaeto
3: Kingdoms Monerans - Living organisms that are made of one cell that has no defined nucleus. Protists - Living organisms usually made of one cell but can be more that have a defined nucleus. Fungi - Living organisms that are usually made of many cells. They get their nutrients by digesting and absorbing the surface they live on. Plants - Living organisms that are made of many cells. They get their energy from the sun and nutrients from their surroundings. Animals - Living organisms that are made of many cells. They get their nutrients and energy by eating other organisms.
4: Anthrax Bacteria | Blue-Green Algae | LIme Disease Bacteria | Ecoli Bacteria | Monerans
5: Red Algae | Ciliates | Protists | Red Algae | Cryptomanods
6: Haustoria | Mushrooms | BIrd's Nest Fungis | Fungi
7: Trees | Shrubs | Plants | Grea | Flowered plants
8: Butterfly | Frog | Lion | Bird | Fish | Animals
9: Vertebrates Fish - Cold blooded animals that live in the water. Most of them gave gills and are usually covered with scales. Amphibians - Cold blooded animals that have most skin and no scales. They lay soft jelly like eggs in water and the young go through stages from larvae or tadpole stage to adult. Reptiles - Cold blooded animals that breathe with lungs. Their skin usually has scales or horny plates and they lay leathery eggs on land. Birds - Warm blooded animals that lay fragile eggs. They have feathers on their skin and breathe with lungs.
10: Vertebrates Mammals - Warm blooded animals that give birth to live young and nurse them with milk. Usually they have hair or fur. Monotremes - Mammals that lay eggs. Marsupials - Mammals that have a pouch for carrying their young. Placental Mammals - Mammals in which the fetus is attached to the wall of the uterus and nourished through the placenta.
11: Barrier Reef Anemone Fish | Blue | Foureye Butterflyfish | Clownfish | Swallow tail DAmselfish | Fish
12: American Toad | Cave Salamander | Poison Dart Frog | Amphibians
13: Sea Turtle | Central Bearded Dragon Lizard | Cobra | Reptiles
14: Bald Eagle | Gouldian Finsh | Boreal Owl | Birds
15: Duck-Billed Platypus | Echidnas | Mammals Monotremes
16: Kangaroos | Wombat | Opossum | Mammals Marsupials
17: Humans | Rodents | Placental Mammals