Lab review for Quiz 1-30-08

Lab review for Quiz 1-30-08 - Domain Bacteria Prokaryotic...

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Domain Bacteria Prokaryotic Reproduction by cell division Lack membrane bound organelles Asexual reproduction N 2 Bacteria Nitrogen fixing bacteria Can’t be used directly, must be fixed into a form that is usable Rhizobium and other soil bacteria Proteins made of amino acids, amino acids made of nitrogen, many people lack proper protein intake Cyanobacteria Aka blue green algae Photosynthetic Atmospheric nitrogen fixation Nostoc Domain Eukarya (Fungus) Nucleated (have nucleus) Spore bearing Achlorophylous Many have complex reproductive cycles Sexual/Asexual reproduction Filamentous organisms Branched somatic structures
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Cell walls, contain chitin Multicellular Non motile Non photosynthetic Nutrition by external absorption Fungus More than 100,000 species of fungi are known Mycologists estimate 1.5 million species worldwide Molecular analysis supports division of the fungi into four phyla; can be
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