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1 Old Categories Cattle Creeping Creatures Beasts Grasses Fowl Herbs Trees Fish

2 Archaebacteria Prokaryotic Different cell wall (lacks a protein) Unicellular Autotrophic Live in extreme environments (swamps, deep ocean vents) Ex: Methanogens, halophiles

3 Eubacteria Prokaryotic Unicellular Autotrophic or heterotrophic Live in most environments Some cause disease(strep throat, tooth decay, or pneumonia) most are actually helpful Examples: Rhizobium and Bacillus

4 Eubacteria continued Heterotophs –Some are saprobic: Decompose dead organisms & place nutrients back into environment. Autotrophs –Photosynthetic: use light energy to make own food. –Chemosynthetic: use chemicals to make own food.

5 Bacterial Reproduction Asexual (mitosis): –Binary Fission

6 Protista Eukaryotic Have simple organ systems Have nucleus Mostly unicellular, some multicellular Autotrophic or heterotrophic Live in moist environments Ex: paramecium, algae, amoeba

7 Basic Protist Parts Flagella - whip like structure for movement Cilia - hair like structures for movement & feeding Pseudopods - “false foot” for movement & feeding (phagocytosis).

8 Giardia

9 Paramecium

10 Amoeba

11 Photosynthetic Protist - Euglena

12 Bad Protists - Red Tide

13 Good Protists - Diatoms Used in: Toothpaste Reflected Road Paint Nail polish

14 Fungi Eukaryotic Unicellular or multicellular Heterotrophic - Saprobic (Decomposers/Recyclers) Stationary, must absorb nutrients (extra-cellular digestion), can’t ingest (eat) them Use SPORES to reproduce Asexually Can reproduce sexually Ex: yeast mold mushrooms

15 Largest Fungi A fungus growing in the Malheur National Forest in the Blue Mountains of Eastern Oregon covers an area equivalent to around 1,220 soccer fields. The species of fungus (Armillaria ostoyae) is usually known as the honey mushroom. -Guiness World Records, 1999 e/funghi/Immagini/zoom23.jpg

16 Plantae Eukaryotic Cell wall is made of cellulose Have nucleus Multicellular Autotrophic Go through photosynthesis, have chlorophyll Ex: moss, ferns, flowers, conifers

17 Basics on Plants Mosses & Ferns = Use spores Gymnosperms = (conifers), Evergreens use cones to reproduce. Angiosperms = flowering plants

18 Angiosperms Basic Flower Parts Stamen (male part) –Anther- makes pollen Pistil (female) –Stigma- place for pollen to land 1.If pollen fits=pollination 2.Pollen tube grows down to ovary 3.Pollen meets ovary=fertilization 4.Seed grows in ovary 5.Ovary becomes fruit 6.Seed contains complete DNA for new plant.


20 Animalia (Our Kingdom) Eukaryotic Multicellular Heterotrophic Cells form tissues, tissues form organs, organs form systems Able to move around their environment Ex: sponges, insects, mammals, birds

21 Species Population Taxonomy Eubacteria Archaebacteria Monera Fungi Protist Phylogenetic Tree Ameoba Grasshopper Cactus Plant Animal Kingdom Phylum Class Order Family Genus Chordata Halophiles Mold Bacillus Take out Review Sheet to be graded Fill out Bingo Sheet

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