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Samuel Saldinger

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Samuel Saldinger

Tree of life

Animalia

Plantae

Fungi

Protista

Eubacteria

Archaebacteria

Archaebacteria are eukariotic. They are unicellular and some move using flagela. They obtain energy from chemicals in their enviorment. They reproduce asexually. Sience most archaebacteria and bacteria appear so similar, they used to be thought of as an unnussual form of bacteria. Archaebacteria can also sometimes have unnusual shapes, like square shaped cells.

Eubacteria are prokaryotic. They are also unicellular. Eubacteria have many different ways they move. Some do not move at all, but simply let their surrounding move them. Some move by the use of flagela. Others use bacterial gliding. They sometimes adjust their boyancy to move up and down in liquids. Eubacteria obtain theiurenergy in three different ways. Some are phototroughfs, and use photosynthesis. Others are lithotrouphs, and gain their energy through non organic things. Still others are organotroughfs, and gain their energy from organic things. Eubacteria use binary fission, a form of asexual reproduction, to reproduce. Eubacteria are the reason that acne develops, as well as why many infections occur.

Protista are eukaryotic and can be unnicellular, or multicellular. Protista have many different ways of moving. Some use flagela. Some use cilia. Some use gliding. And some rely of their surrounding for movement. Protista get energy in different ways. Some are phototroughfs and get energy from sunlight. And some are organotroughfs and get energy from organic compounds. Some protists reproduce sexualy, and other asexualy. Protista used to be dicided into several groups based on other charecteristics. The term protista was first used by Ernst Hackel in 1866.

Fungi are eukaryotic and are almost always multicellular. They imitate plants and, instead of moving, grow tawred their destination. They are often decomposers and get energy from organic matter. They can reproduce both sexualy, and asexualy. Many people think that fungi are plant, but they are not. Mushrooms and mold are both fungus.

Plantae are multicellular organisms and are prokaryotic. Most plants do not move but grow tawred their destination. Some however, like the venus fly trap, can move. Most plants obtain their energy through photosynthesis. Some however, again like the venus fly trap, can eat other organisms when light is low. Plants can reproduce both sexualy and and asexualy. Plants and animals have a specialrelatiponship. Plants use carbon dioxide, and turn it into oxygen, and animals use oxygen, and turn it into carbon dioxide. Plants also have aa cell wall in their cell structures.

Animalia are multicellular organisms and are also prokariotic. They moveby using their legs or by swiming. Some also move by flying. Some get energy from eating plants, and others get energy from eating other animals. Some also eat fungi. Some can gain energy from more than one of these sources. They reproduce sexually and they are the only kingdom of life with brains. One type of animal, the Turritopsis nutricula, it the only form of life with no defined lifespan


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