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Study Guide Prokaryotes- unicellular, lack nuclear membrane and membrane bound organelles, reproduce by binary fission, domains bacteria and archaea Eukaryotes- multicellular, includes protists, fungi, plants, animals. Have nuclear membranes and evolved from prokaryote symbiosis. Protists Amoebas- Algae- Flagellates- Ciliates- Diatoms- Sponges- no true tissues, simplest of all animals, no true head or tail Cnidarians- radially symmetric, two true tissue layers Flatworms-flattened from top to bottom, has a head that guides its movements
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Unformatted text preview: Roundworms-has only longitudinal muscles, symmetrical, no body segmentation Segmented worms-has ringlike markings on its body Arthropods-distinctly jointed appendages Mollusks-distinct head and muscular foot Echinoderms-our closest invertebrate relatives, are pentaradially symmetrical Chordates-have a cartilaginous skeletal support system Plants: Non-vascular (mosses)-Vascular: Ferns-Gymnosperms-Flowering plants-Seeds, their germination and dispersal Primary metabolites-Secondary metabolites-Allelopathy-...
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