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Classification #3


Eukarya domain all organisms that are eukaryotic (have a nucleus in their cells)
bacteria domain unicellular organisms that are prokaryotic (do not have a nucleus in the cell) and live in “normal” environments
archaea domain unicellular organisms that are prokaryotic and live in extremely harsh environments
protista kingdom organisms that can be plant-like, animal-like, or fungus-like
fungi kingdom organisms that are consumers and cannot move
plant kingdom multicellular organisms that are producers and cannot move
animal kingdom multicellular organisms that are consumers and can move at some point in their life
Cnidarian live in the sea, have sack-shaped bodies, radial symmetry, and tentacles
annelid cylindrical, segmented bodies with bilateral symmetry
Mollusks soft body, muscular foot, bilateral symmetry, may have a shell
Echinoderms spiny or leathery skin over an endoskeleton, radial symmetry
Arthropods egmented body with a hard exoskeleton and pairs of jointed legs
Chordates internal skeleton, body systems, paired appendages, backbone with spinal cord
mosses simple tissues (no organs or systems), reproduce by spores, grow in damp places
Ferns have tissues, organs, and systems, underground stems, reproduce by spores
Conifers needle-like leaves, reproduce by seeds in cones, evergreen, have tissues, organs, and systems
flowering plants reproduce by flowers and seeds which grow inside fruit, have tissues, organs, and systems.
Created by: musicmads