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Bacteria Kingdom Eubacteria Unicellular prokaryotes that can be spherical, rod- shaped or spiral-shaped One large circular chromosome Asexual reproduction.

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1 Bacteria Kingdom Eubacteria Unicellular prokaryotes that can be spherical, rod- shaped or spiral-shaped One large circular chromosome Asexual reproduction – 1.chromosome replicates 2.copy and original chromosome separate 3.New cell membrane & cell wall forms 4.Separates into 2 identical cells

2 Amoeba Kingdom Protista Single-celled eukaryote that contains a nucleus, food vacuoles About 250 linear chromosomes per cell Asexual reproduction – 1.chromosome replicates 2.copy and original chromosome separate 3.New cell membrane & cell wall forms 4.Separates into 2 identical cells

3 Fungi - Yeast Kingdom Fungi Single-celled eukaryote that contains a nucleus, mitochondria & vacuoles 16 linear chromosome pairs Asexual reproduction – 1.New cell develops while attached to the parent cell 2.New cell pinches off and separates from parent cell

4 Soil Fungi Kingdom Fungi Multicellular eukaryotic organisms that have above-ground hyphae and below-ground mycelium Number of linear chromosomes varies by species (between 6-16 pairs) Asexual reproduction – mycelium fragmented by digging, broken pieces will grow new fungus

5 Soil Fungi Kingdom Fungi Multicellular eukaryotic organisms that have above- ground hyphae and below- ground mycelium Number of linear chromosomes varies by species (between 6-16 pairs) Asexual reproduction – haploid cells that are released into the air or water to produce new hyphae & mycelium spores

6 Planaria Kingdom Animalia Multicellular, eukaryotic flatworm that lives in freshwater Chromosome number varies by species, between 6-16 chromosome pairs Asexual reproduction – when it is cut in half, each piece will grow into a new animal

7 Hydra Kingdom Animalia Multicellular eukaryotes that live in fresh water Most species have 30 chromosomes Asexual reproduction – 1.New animal develops while attached to the parent 2.New animal pinches off at base and separates from parent

8 Strawberry Kingdom Plantae Small plant with a 3- leaved growth pattern, white flower and edible red fruit Chromosome number depends on species – diploid plants have 7 pairs Asexual reproduction – a horizontal stem grows out from one plant and will produce a new clone plant at the end stolons

9 Cactus Kingdom Plantae Succulent plants that live in dry areas Chromosome number varies with species (22 or more) Asexual reproduction – 1.Growth of clone from side of plant 2.cutting part of plant (leaf, stem segment, root) and growing new plant


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