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Chapter 17.3

Chapter 17.3 vocab

bacteria made of small, single-celled prokaryotic organisms that usually have a cell wall and reproduce by cellular fission
archaea the second domain, consists of prokaryotes
eukarya the most familiar group of organisms are in this domain. consists of eukaryotic organisms
eubacteria aligns with the domain Bacteria. "true bacteria"
archaebacteria aligns with the domain Archaea. "ancient bacteria"
protista defined as those eukaryotes that are not plants, animals, or fungi
fungi consists if eukaryotic, heterotrophic organisms that are unicellular or multicellular and that gain nutrients in a unique way
plantae consists of eukaryotic, multicellular plants
animalia eukaryotic, multicellular, and heterotrophic organisms that develop from embryos
Created by: CoffeyM20