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Bacteria
- prokaryotes, unicellular
- peptidoglycan cell walls
- binary fission
- for energy, use organic chemicals, inorganic chemicals, or photosynthesis Cyanobacteria
Archaea
- ancient bacteria
- prokaryotic, unicellular
- lack peptidoglycan
- live in extreme environments
- include:
o methanogens
o extreme halophiles
o extreme thermophiles
- not known to cause disease
Fungi
- eukaryotes
- yeast are unicellular
- chitin cell walls
-use organic chemicals for energy
- molds and mushrooms – multicellular and fleshy
Protozoa
- eukaryotes, or unicellular
- absorb or ingest organic chemicals
- may be motile via pseudopods, cilia or flagella
Algae
- eukaryotes
- uni- or multicellular
- cellulose cell walls
- use photosynthesis for energy
- produce molecular oxygen and organic compounds
- green, red or brown