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Types Of Life
 

Types Of Life

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brief overview of the main categories of living organisms

brief overview of the main categories of living organisms

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    • viruses
    • Viruses
      • Viruses
        • no cytoplasm, no organelles
      • Viruses
        • no cytoplasm, no organelles
        • genetic material is DNA or RNA but not in the form of chromosomes
      • Viruses
        • no cytoplasm, no organelles
        • genetic material is DNA or RNA but not in the form of chromosomes
        • covered in a protein coat
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      • Viruses
        • no cytoplasm, no organelles
        • genetic material is DNA or RNA but not in the form of chromosomes
        • covered in a protein coat
        • dependent on cells for metabolism and reproduction
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    • viruses
    • viruses
    • viruses bacteria and archaeans
    • Bacteria & Archaeans
      • Bacteria & Archaeans
        • can be autotrophic (photosynthetic or chemosynthetic) or heterotrophic
      • Bacteria & Archaeans
        • can be autotrophic (photosynthetic or chemosynthetic) or heterotrophic
        • no membrane-bound organelles
      • Bacteria & Archaeans
        • can be autotrophic (photosynthetic or chemosynthetic) or heterotrophic
        • no membrane-bound organelles
        • cell walls of peptidoglycan
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    • viruses bacteria and archaeans protists
    • Protists
      • Protists
        • heterotrophic or autotrophic
      • Protists
        • heterotrophic or autotrophic
        • all are unicellular or colonial (NOT multicellular)
      • Protists
        • heterotrophic or autotrophic
        • all are unicellular or colonial (NOT multicellular)
    • viruses bacteria and archaeans protists fungi
    • Fungi
      • Fungi
        • mostly multicellular (except yeast and some molds)
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      • Fungi
        • mostly multicellular (except yeast and some molds)
        • cell walls made of chitin
      • Fungi
        • mostly multicellular (except yeast and some molds)
        • cell walls made of chitin
        • heterotrophic by absorption
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    • viruses bacteria and archaeans protists fungi plants
      • Plants
      • Plants
        • autotrophic (photosynthesis)
      • Plants
        • autotrophic (photosynthesis)
        • all multicellular
      • Plants
        • autotrophic (photosynthesis)
        • all multicellular
        • cell walls made of cellulose
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    • viruses bacteria and archaeans protists fungi plants animals
    • Animals
      • Animals
        • heterotrophic by ingestion
      • Animals
        • heterotrophic by ingestion
        • all multicellular
      • Animals
        • heterotrophic by ingestion
        • all multicellular
        • no cell walls
    • The End