Biology: Variety of life

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  • Variety of life
    • Plants
      • Multicelluar
      • Cellulose walls
      • Autropic
        • Make own food (photosynthesis)
      • Chlorphyll
        • Photosynthesis
      • No nerve system
      • Respires with Carbon Dioxide
      • Asexual and Sexual reproduction
      • Contains parts from both genders
    • Animals
      • Multicellular
      • (In)Vertebrates
      • Feed on other organisms
      • Usually have a nervous system
      • No cell wall for locomotion
      • No chloroplast
    • Bacteria
      • No nucleus; circular DNA
      • Some photsynthesise
      • Pathogenic+decomposers
      • Move with flagellum
      • Unicellular
  • Fungi
    • Variety of life
      • Plants
        • Multicelluar
        • Cellulose walls
        • Autropic
          • Make own food (photosynthesis)
        • Chlorphyll
          • Photosynthesis
        • No nerve system
        • Respires with Carbon Dioxide
        • Asexual and Sexual reproduction
        • Contains parts from both genders
      • Animals
        • Multicellular
        • (In)Vertebrates
        • Feed on other organisms
        • Usually have a nervous system
        • No cell wall for locomotion
        • No chloroplast
      • Bacteria
        • No nucleus; circular DNA
        • Some photsynthesise
        • Pathogenic+decomposers
        • Move with flagellum
        • Unicellular
    • No chlorplasts
    • Reproduce by spores in the air
    • Digest food externally
    • Consists of a network of hyphae called mycelium
    • Break organisms into sugars
  • Feed by absorbing nutrients from mostly dead organisms
    • Fungi
      • No chlorplasts
      • Reproduce by spores in the air
      • Digest food externally
      • Consists of a network of hyphae called mycelium
      • Break organisms into sugars

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