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a unique trait that is used to construct a cladogram showing evolutionary relationships between organisms
domain of all organisms whose cell walls have nuclei, including protists, plants, fungi and animals
"ANCIENT" unicellular prokaryotes whose cell walls do NOT contain peptidoglycan and are often found in harsh environments
the Three-Domain system divides organisms into groups based on similarities based on what?
Which of the original five kingdoms was divided in two to make the Eubacteria and Archebacteria groups used today?
how are archaebacteria and eubacteria different?
EUbacteria contain peptidoglycan and ARCHAEbacteria lack peptidoglycan
how do plants differ from animals?
plants: have cell wall, autotrophic, photosynthesis
animals: lack cell wall, heterotrophic, phagocytosis
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