Kingdoms and Classification

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  • Kingdoms
    • Animalia
      • Multicellular, cells do not have chlorophyll or a cell wall, they feed hetrotrophically
      • Vertebrates
        • Fish
          • Exchange oxygen and carbon dioxide across gills, and lay eggs that are fertilised externally
        • Mammals
          • Give birth to live young, eggs are fertilised internally
        • Reptiles and Birds
          • Exchange gas via their lungs and lay eggs internally
        • Amphibians
          • Exchange gas through their moist, permable skin and lay externally fertilised eggs
      • Invertebrates
    • Plantae
      • Multicellular, Cells do have chlorophyll and a cellulose cell wall, they feed autotrophically
    • Fungi
      • Multicellular, cells do not have chlorophyll but are surrounded by a cell wall not made of cellulose, they feed saprophytically
    • Protoctista
      • Unicellular (except seaweed) with a distinct nucleus
    • Prokaryotes
      • Unicellular, without a distinct nucleus

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