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unicellular, prokaryotes, contains Eubacteria Kingdom, may or may not need O2, Prokarya: modern
ancient bacteria, unicellular, prokaryotes, contains Archaeabacteria Kingdom, most do not need O2
very harsh environment, no nucleus, cell wall does not contain peptidoglycen, contains two domains: archaea and bacteria
multicultural or unicellular, autotrophs (plantlike--phytoplankton) or hetero (animallike-- zooplankton), 60000 species, moist environment, Amoeba, Hydra, Paramecium
mushroom, yeast, hetero, eat dead/decaying matter, cell wall containing chitin--protein in cell wall, eukaryotes, moist environment, worlds's decomposer, reproduce asexually
fish bird, reptiles, mammals, no cell walls, hetero, great biodiversity,multicellular, mammals--hair/fur, nurse young, warm blooded
mammals, reptiles, amphibians, aves (birds), fish, sea stars (not fish) , arthropods (insects, crabs, spiders), jellyfish, and mollusks
grouping organisms based on their evolutionary history, how they evolved instead of how they look
plays a strong role in evolutioary classification, evolutionary relationship among organsims, use DNA
diagram that show evolutionary relationships among a group of orgnaisms, using derived characters
group that consists of a single ancestral species and all its descendants and excludes any organisms that are not descened from the common ancestor
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