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ATTRIBUTES Have a cell wall made of chitinMore than one nucleus per cellCytoplasm is transferred from cell to cell (cell walls are not sealed) FOOD Obtains from outside sources REPRODUCTION Sexual and asexual EXAMPLES Yeast, mushrooms, penicillin molds, lichens, and slime moldsPlant:PRO VS. EU(KARYOTES) Eukaryotic CELL TYPE Multicellular ATTRIBUTES Numerous plastidsCharacteristically large vacuolesCell walls made of celluloseFOOD Produces their own REPRODUCTION Sexual EXAMPLES Mosses, fir trees, and flowering plantsAnimal:PRO VS. EU(KARYOTES) Eukaryotic CELL TYPE Multicellular ATTRIBUTES Lack cell wall and plastidsTwo main types: vertebrates and invertebratesCentrioles are unique to animal cells FOOD Takes in organic matter REPRODUCTION Sexual and asexual EXAMPLES Sponges, jellyfish, worms, spiders, snails, crabs, insects, fish, birds, and mammals12. Primary abiogenesis, pre life atmosphere•Primary abiogenesis: life as consequence of geochemical processes•Very hot•Large amount of H2•No O2•Lightening – no ozone•Principally CO2 and N2•Water vapor13. Describe steps and results of endosymbiosis.