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FC: The Science Classification Mixbook by Tomass Pildegovics

1: Getting to Know the Domains, Kingdoms and Vertebrates Project by Tomass Pildegovics F Period

3: 5 Kingdoms of Life

4: Eukarya | Paramecium | The Emperor Penguin

5: In Eukarya, all of the organisms have cells with a nucleus. This includes almost all of the multi-cellular organisms on Earth- the plants, animals and fungi. | Ostreococcous | The White Lion

6: Archaea | Sea Anemone | Archaea were first detected in environments like these volcanic hot springs

7: Archaea are one-celled and they are very similar to bacteria(the differences are in the construction of the cell). Members of Archaea live in extreme environments similar to those of ancient Earth. Members of Archaea live in thermal vents, acid basins and extremely salty waters | ARMAN(in acid mine drainage) | Halobacteria

8: Bacteria | Photosynthetic Cyanobacteria | Escherichia coli bacilli

9: Eschericia coli | Bacillus anthracis(in purple) | Bacteria are one celled organisms that are prokaryotes. Bacteria have a wide range of shapes, ranging from spheres to rods and spirals. The cell is a rather simple cell.

10: Animals | Chicken(Gallus domesticus) | The Roman Snail | The Common Octopus

11: Animals are multicellular organisms which get their nutrients and energy by eating other organisms. They reproduce by cells which grow inside or outside of the mother's body. | The Siberian Tiger | A human(Homosapien)

12: Monerans | eubacteria | Spirilli

13: Anthrax bacteria | E COLI bacteria | Monerans are unicellular living organisms that have no defined nucleus. They get the nutrients they need when the nutrients pass through their cell membrane. They reproduce by dividing into two. Many bacteria are members of this Kingdom

14: Protists | Chlamydomonas | Lingulodinium Polyedrum

15: Protists are usually unicellular organisms that have a defined nucleus. Some get nutrients by eating other organisms while others make food from the sun.They reproduce by splitting into two. They are eukaryotes. | Hartmanella Protozoan | Euglena

16: Fungi | Fly-agaric Mushroom | A Polypore Mushroom | yeast (Saccharomyces ceravisiae)

17: Fungi are mostly multicellular organisms. They get their nutrients by digesting and absorbing the surface they live on. They reproduce with spores. | Fresh Yeast | Mold (Neurospora sitophila)

18: Plants | The Korean Raspberry | A Curling Tendril

19: The Coast Redwood Tree | Tasmanian Tree Ferns | Plants are multicellular organisms which get their energy from the sun and nutrients from their surroundings. Many reproduce from seeds and plants are eukaryotes.

20: Fish | The Great White Shark | The Giant Freshwater Stingray

21: Fish are cold blooded, they live in water, most have gills for breathing and they are usually covered with scales | Discus Fish | Mekong Catfish | Parrot Fish

22: Birds | The north African ostrich | Black-collared Hawk | The Emperor Penguin

23: Birds lay fragile eggs, have feathers on skin, breath with lungs and are warm blooded.Although all birds have wings, not all can fly. | Stygian Owl | Keel-billed Toucan

24: Mammals | The Fruit Bat | A human baby | The Deer Mouse

25: Almost all mammals give birth to live young, nurse young with milk, have hair or fur and are warm blooded.One mammal type: the Monotremes,the most primitive mammals alive, lay eggs. Marsupials(another mammal type) have a pouch for carrying the young. The third type, the Placental mammals have their fetus attached to the wall of uterus and nourished through spongy material. | The Blue Whale | The Husky

26: Amphibians | White's Tree Frog | Demorphis mexicanis(A caelician) | Amphibians are cold blooded animals, their skin is moist and without scales, they lay soft, jelly-like eggs in water, young go through stage from larvae or tadpole stage to adult. Young breathe with gills, adults often breathe with lungs, some can breathe through skin | Amphibians are cold blooded animals, their skin is moist and without scales, they lay soft, jelly-like eggs in water, young go through stage from larvae or tadpole stage to adult. Young breathe with gills, adults often breathe with lungs, some can breathe through skin

27: Western Spadefoot Toad | Amphibians are cold blooded animals, their skin is moist and without scales, they lay soft, jelly-like eggs in water, young go through stage from larvae or tadpole stage to adult. Young breathe with gills, adults often breathe with lungs, some can breathe through skin | Smooth Newt

28: Reptiles | Reptiles are cold blooded animals, they breath with lungs, their skin usually has scales or horny plates, they lay leathery eggs on land. | Florida Box Turtle | The Black Worm Lizard | The Tuatara

29: Coast Gartner Snake | Nile Crocodile | Reptiles are cold blooded animals, they breath with lungs, their skin usually has scales or horny plates, they lay leathery eggs on land.

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