Bacteria - Heterotrophic (eats other organisms for food)...

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Bacteria Key Features Prokaryotic No Nuclei or organelles Very small Usually unicellular Can have cell wall or cell membrane Can be autotrophic (makes own food) or heterotrophic (eats other organisms for food) Protista Key Features Eukaryotic Contain nucleus (DNA in chromosome) and complex organelles Usually unicellular Most are mobile (using flagella, cilia, or amoeboid movement) Can have cell wall or cell membrane Can be autotrophic or heterotrophic Fungi Key Features Eukaryotic Contain nucleus (DNA in chromosome) and complex organelles Multi-cellular Have cell wall (different than plants, because they don’t contain cellulose)
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Unformatted text preview: Heterotrophic (eats other organisms for food) Most are Detritivores (decomposers) which consume dead plant and animal material Plant Key Features Eukaryotic Contain nucleus (DNA in chromosome) and complex organelles Multi-cellular Cell well Photo -Autotrophic (produces own food) Contain Chloroplast (to convert light energy into food) Animal Key Features Eukaryotic Contain nucleus (DNA in chromosome) and complex organelles Multi-cellular Have cell membranes High degree of tissue complexity Heterotrophic (eats other organisms for food)...
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This note was uploaded on 04/15/2008 for the course BIOL 100 taught by Professor Lee during the Spring '07 term at San Diego State.

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