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Life by Mind Map: Life

1. DNA is enclosed in a membrane, have many more organelles and is much more complex and larger than prokaryotes

2. Much smaller in size, chromosomes are not in pairs and the DNA is not enclosed in a nucleus membrane

3. Eukaryotic

4. Domain: Eukarya

5. Prokaryotic

6. Kingdom: Plants

7. Autotrophs; produce food by photosynthesis. Have chloroplasts and are multicellular. reproduction is sexual

8. Heterotrophs, have no chlorophyll, eat their food by absorption and is multicellular.

9. Kingdom: Fungi

10. Can produce asexually and sexually, can be similar to plants animal and fungi but are neither of them and mostly are unicellular but can be multicellular. Provide massive help to human life.

11. Kingdom: Protists

12. Heterotrophs, multicellular and reproduce sexually. Ability to move around freely.

13. Animals

14. Domain: Archeabacteria

15. Domain: Eubacteria

16. Unicellular, can be autotrophs or heterotrophs and reproduce sexually. They can help humans and harm them.

17. Chemically different from Eubacteria, can be auto/heterotrophs, can survive in harsh environments and don't pose a threat to humans. The cell wall has no peptidoglycan whereas eubacteria does.

18. Reproduces asexually and sexually; if done sexually the spores are released

19. Phylum: Chytridiomycota

20. Allomyces

21. Phylum: Ascomycota

22. Saccharomyces cerevisiae Aspergillus Penicillium

23. Main reproduction path is by binary fission. If reproduction is done sexually then spores are released.

24. Phylum: Zygomycota

25. Rhizopus stolonifer

26. Phylum: Basidiomycota

27. Sexual reproduction occurs in the fruiting body. Can also asexually reproduce with spores

28. Mushrooms

29. Mostly terrestrial organisms; found in soil or dirt and sometimes on a decaying plant or animal

30. Phylum: Flagellates

31. They are mostly found inside hosts, sometimes respond to stimuli and are capable of sexual and asexual reproduction. They are ANIMAL LIKE because they have similar animal characteristics.

32. Paramecium

33. Movement is by cilia; tiny hair like structures on the membrane to move around. typically found in freshwater ponds.

34. Unicellular or multicellular, autotrophs (able to photosynthesize) and can live alone or in colonies.

35. Phylum: Red Algae

36. Seaweed

37. Plant-like protist

38. Phylum: Oomycota

39. Mostly found on land, can reproduce sexually and asexually.

40. Water Molds

41. Fungi-like protist

42. Phylum: Bryophytes

43. Mosses ;no real roots. able to photosynthesize. Can be terrestrial or aquatic. Simplest plants

44. Java Moss

45. Phylum: Seedless Vascular

46. Found in moist environments. Reproduce with their spores.

47. Ferns

48. Phylum: Angiosperms

49. Makes up for largest group of living plants. Split to dicots and Monocots. Produces flowers and fruits.

50. Roses

51. Corn

52. Phylum: Angiosperms

53. Seeds are coned up usually in a wood shell such as a pine cone

54. Pinecone

55. Coccus

56. Spirilum

57. Bacillus

58. Rod-shaped like bacterial cell. Typically arranged in clumps

59. Spiral-shaped bacterial cells; a corkscrew figure. Typically arranged in strings.

60. Most bacterial cells are in this shape which is round and sometimes circular. The arrangement of the cells are in pairs

61. Streptococci

62. Morganella

63. Propionibacterium freudenreichii

64. Thaumarchaeota