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1. Archaea, Bacteria, and Eukarya appear in the main window. These three taxa are under domain. 2. Archaea and Bacteria are both prokaryotic and unicellular but Archaea can be distinguished from Bacteria because its cell walls lacks peptioglycan. The cells walls of Bacteria contain peptidoglycan. Eukarya are can be either unicellular or multicellular and contain a nucleus. Archaea and Bacteria do not have a nucleus because they are prokaryotic. 3. Chordata>Craniata>Vertebrata>Gnathostomata>Osteichthyes>Sarcopterygii>Tetrapoda> Amniota 4. The American alligator and the red-eared slider are more closely related because they are both apart of the class Reptilia. The vampire bat is a part of the class mammalia. 5. No. Species in the Diplodocidae and Tyrannosauridae family are extinct. Species under the order Aves, in the family Accipitridae, Anatidae, Phasianidae, Sruthionidae, or
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Unformatted text preview: Turdidae, which include the chicken, duck and ostrich still exist. 6. The common name of the species is the termite. 7. The common name of the species is the American lobster. 8. The American lobster and the termite diverge at the phylum arthropoda. The American lobster diverges from arthropoda into the subphylum Crustacea. The termite diverges from arthropoda into the subphylum Hexapoda. 9. They are both arthropods making them invertebrates with jointed limbs, bodies that are both divided into segments and an exoskeleton made of chitin. They are distinguished taxonomically because the American lobster is a crustacean living in an aquatic environment so its respiratory and excretory systems function differently than the termite, which is a hexapod and lives on land. Eukarya-c. elegans, ponderosa pine, yeast...
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