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Unformatted text preview: 2. Eukaryote a. Complex organization b. Have organelles c. Organisms can be unicellular or multicellular d. Recent evolution d. Kingdom i. Applied Mostly to the Eukarya Domain ii. 4 Main Kingdoms: 1. Animalia a. Eukaryotic b. Multi-cellular c. Heterotrophic (ingest) d. Mostly move 2. Fungi a. Eukaryotic b. Mostly multi-cellular c. Heterotrophic (absorb) d. Cant move 3. Plantae a. Eukaryotic b. Multi-cellular c. Autotrophic d. Cant move 4. Protista a. Eukaryotic b. Mostly uni-cellular c. Autotrophic (feed itself) or Heterotrophic (absorb or ingest) d. Some can move, some cant move e. Phylum i. Separated by organisms that share a body plan ii. About 36 Animal phyla f. Species i. Two organisms are members of the same species if they can mate to produce fertile offspring ii. Scientific Nomenclature: Genus Species...
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This note was uploaded on 03/21/2011 for the course MARS 1020 taught by Professor Binder during the Spring '08 term at University of Georgia Athens.
- Spring '08