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Autotrophic makes its own food
Heterotrophic gets nutrients from the food it consumes
Domain Bacteria Kingdom Eubacteria
Domain Archaea Kingdom Archaebacteria
Domain Eukarya Kingdom Protista Kingdom Fungi Kingdom Plantae Kingdom Animalia
Kingdom Eubacteria Bacteria can live in many places on earth,Unicellular, Prokaryotic
Kingdom Archaebacteria Bacteria that live in extreme habitats,Unicellular, Prokaryotic
Kingdom Protista Eukaryotic, Most unicellular, some multicellular
Kingdom Fungi Most are multicellular, Heterotrophic (decomposers), Cell walls made of chitin
Kingdom Plantae Eukaryotic, Multicellular, Autotrophic, Cell wall of cellulose; chloroplasts present
Kingdom Animalia Eukaryotic, Multicellular, Heterotrophic, No cell walls, no chloroplasts
Binomial Nomenclature Developed by Carolus Linnaeus,Two-name system,Genus and species named using Latin or Greek words
Classification putting things into orderly groups based on similar characteristics
Taxonomy the science of describing, naming, and classifying organisms
The modern system of classification has 8 levels Domain Kingdom Phylum Class Order Family Genus Species
Rules used to write scientific names The genus is Capitalized; the species is written in lower case, Scientific names of organisms are always italicized or underlined
What are two examples of fungi Bread mold, Mushrooms
what are two examples of protista Euglena, Amoeba
what did Aristotle do He grouped everything into simple groups such as animals or plants He then grouped animals according to if they had blood or didn’t have blood, and if they had live young or laid eggs,
The Evidence used to classify into taxon groups Embryology Chromosomes / DNA Biochemistry Physiology Evolution Behavior
Dichotomous Key paired statements that describe the physical characteristics of different organisms
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