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monera
eubacteria - prokaryotes with peptidoglycan wall, i.e. cyanobacteria, soil bacteria, nitrogen fixing bacteria, pathogenic bacteria (disease causing.)
percentage of animal species that are invertebrates?
99%
protista
'convenience' kingdom. eukaryotes, primarily unicellular, (except algae-multicellular) eukaryotic photosynthetic, heterotrophic, amoebas, paramecia.
how many kingdoms prokaryote vs. eukaryote?
four eukaryotes, three of these multicellular(fungi, plantae, animalia), 4th=convenience:protista. Other two kingdoms prokaryotes:archaebacteria and eubacteria.
plantae
eukaryotic, multicellular, non-motile, terrestrial, photosynthetic:trees, grasses, mosses.
archaea
archaebacteria - prokaryotes w/out peptidoglycan wall, i.e methanogens, extreme halophiles and thermophiles
fungi
eukaryotic, mostly multicellular, (except yeasts - unicellular),heterotrophic, usually non-motile, chitin cell walls, ie. mushrooms
animalia
eukaryotic, multicellular, motile, heterotrophic: sponges, spiders, newts, penguins, humans.
Most phyla reside on land or in sea?
sea.