Classifcation

Basic information on animalia, prokaryote, protocista, fungi and plantae.

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  • Classification
    • Prokaryote
      • Autotrophic and heterotrophic
      • Some bacteria have flagellum
      • E.g. bacteria and cyanobacteria (blue green)
        • Some bacteria have flagellum
      • Mostly unicellular
      • No nuclei
      • Cell wall
        • Made of peptidoglycan
    • Protocista
      • No nervous coordination
      • Sometimes have cilia
      • Unicellular and multicellular
      • Has a nuclei
      • Cells walls present in some species
      • Autotrophic and heterotrophic
      • E.g. algae, slime mould
      • Contains organelles
    • Fungi
      • No mobility
      • Mycelium composed of hypae OR unicellular
      • Has nuclei
      • Heterotrophic
      • No nervous coordination
      • Contains organelles
      • E.g. mould, fungi, yeast
      • Chitin cell wall
    • Plantae
      • Contains organelles
      • No nervous coordination
      • E.g. conifers, ferns, mosses, flowering plants
      • No mobility
      • Autotrophic
      • Multicellular, not compact
      • Has nuclei
      • Cellulose cell wall
    • Animalia
      • No cell wall
      • Contains organelles
      • Heterotrophic
      • Has mobility, muscular tissue
      • Nervous coordination
      • Does have nuclei
      • E.g. jellyfish, coral, worms, insects, vertibrates
      • Multicellular, most have a compact body

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