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F.19-6 Phylogenetic tree (aka cladogram) How organisms are related to each other or distantly related F.10.6 We know a few of archea Bacteria has be extensively covered for the past centuries Small branches that have group of bacters The closer they are, the more related they are Farther they are, less related they are List of kingdom They established kingdom monera Had all the prokaryotes King fungi is establish as 5th kingdom (nonphotosynthetic) Difference between arch and bac Peptidoglycan (bacteria) but archea doesnt Structure of the RNA First amino acid Mainly it is the cell wall (focused on bacteria) Non photosynthetic prokaryote -> photosynthetic prokaryotes -> euk-unicellular -> multicellular eukaryote O2 The evolultion of prokaryotes affected everything “Oxygen” Endosymbiotic theory “How eukaryotes came about” They have dna and ribosomes How do we put them into different categories? First piece of info to look for is morphology 2nd is differential staining (gram staining) Biochemical tests
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