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1 Bacteria – 2 Kingdoms Archaebacteria Prokaryotic No Cell Wall Live in Extreme Environments Ancient Autotrophic Unicellular A-sexual Reprod./Conjugation Eubacteria Prokaryotic Cell wall made of Peptidoglycan Common form of bacteria Helpful and/or Harmful Unicellular A-Sexual Reprod./Conjugation

2 Methanogens Thermophiles

3 Tetanus-- prolonged contraction of skeletal muscle fibers

4 Strep throat-- fever, pain, redness, and swelling of the throat and tonsils.

5 Necrotizing fasciitis-- known as “flesh-eating bacteria,” is a rare infection of the deeper layers of skin and subcutaneous tissues.

6 Protista Eukaryotic Unicellular/Multicellular A-sexual Reproduction/Conjugation Heterotrophic(ingestion or absorption)/Autotrophic Aquatic Most are Motile (capable of moving)

7 Euglena

8 Brain- Eating Amoeba

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10 What is Fungus? Have cell walls (Chitin) Eukaryotic Unicellular (yeast) Most Multicellular Heterotrophic (Extracellular Digestion) Absorptive heterotroph Decomposers, Parasites or Mutualists Non-Motile

11 Saprophytes Decomposers Dead organic material

12 Ringworm - Foot of 77 year old Woman

13 Oral Thrush

14 Advanced Athlete’s Foot

15 Plants Eukaryotic Have a cell wall made of cellulose Autotrophic Sexual Reproduction Multicellular Non-Motile

16 Venus Fly Trap

17 Corpse Flower

18 Animals Eukaryotic Multicellular Sexual Reproduction Heterotrophic (ingestion) Motile

19 Animal Kingdom Division Invertebrates: Animals that lack a true backbone examples: Coral, Squid, Worms, Clams, Insects, Jellyfish Vertebrates: Animals that have a vertebrae protecting a central nerve cord 5 classes of Vertebrate Animals: Fish (Icthyes), Amphibia, Reptilia, Birds (Aves), Mammalia

20 The Animal Kingdom species breakdown (without insects):

21 The Animal Kingdom species breakdown:

22 The Vertebrate species breakdown:

23 Fish (Ichthyes) Bony or Cartilaginous Aquatic (Salt, Fresh or Brackish) Scales Exchange gas through gills Finned Appendages Most External Fertilization Egg Laying 2 Chambered Heart Ectothermic (Cold-Blooded)

24 Poisonous Puffer fish Great White Shark Stingray

25 Amphibia Exchange gas through skin using lungs Can be on land but must near water to keep skin moist and reproduce Metamorphosis Many are External Fertilization Egg-Laying Legs to side of body 3 Chambered Heart Ectothermic

26 Albino Waterdog Poison Dart Frog

27 Reptilia Exchange gases through lungs Scaled skin to keep moisture in Legs are underneath body 3 Chambered heart except some large reptiles like crocodiles Internal Fertilization Egg-Laying Ectothermic

28 Burmese Python and Alligator Turtle

29 Birds (Aves) Exchange Gasses through Lungs 4 Chambered Heart Feathers Scaled Legs Endothermic (Warm-Blooded) Hollow spaces in bones Internal Fertilization Egg-Laying

30 Big Bird Peregrine Falcon

31 Mammalia 4 Chambered Heart Endothermic Hair Internal Fertilization Placental – Live-Birth Marsupials – Pouches Monotremes – Eggs Exchange Gasses through lungs

32 Beluga Whale Bigfoot Duck-Billed Platypus Dog


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