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Sasser S7L1b

Life Science

TermDefinition
Eubacteria Prokaryote (no nucleus) One-celled (single-celled; unicellular) Gets energy from sunlight (producer/autotroph) Breaks down materials in dead or decaying organisms (decomposer/heterotroph) Asexual Reproduction by Binary Fission Reproduces in a short a
Archaebacteria Prokaryote One-celled (single-celled or unicellular) Gets energy from sunlight (producer/autotroph) Breaks down materials in dead or decaying organisms (decomposer/heterotroph) Asexual reproduction by binary fission Reproduces in a short amount of ti
Protists Eukaryote Mostly one-celled but some simple multicellular Make their own food (producer/autotroph) Eat other organisms (consumer/heterotroph) Break down or absorb materials from dead or decaying organisms (decomposer/heterotroph) Mostly Asexual repro
Fungi Eukaryote Mostly multicellular Breaks down or absorbs materials from dead or decaying organisms (decomposer/heterotroph) Asexual or Sexual reproduction Can be helpful or harmful Examples: Mushrooms, Mold, Yeasts
Plants Eukaryote Multicellular Producer/Autotroph (Photosynthesis) Asexual or Sexual reproduction
Animals Eukaryote Multicellular Consumer/Heterotroph Sexual reproduction
multicellular many celled
unicell one celled
Created by: bsasser