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April 29 TH , 2010. Phylogeny Review 1. Archae a Halophile. Eukaryote. Domain:. Bacteria E. Coli. Kingdom:. Protist Amoeba. Fungi. Plant. Animal. Bryophyte (Non-Vascular ) Moss. Tracheophytes (Vascular ). Club Mushroom. Chordate (Vertebrate). Phylum:. Sac Yeast. Zygote

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April 29 th 2010

April 29TH, 2010

Phylogeny Review 1


Phylogeny review 1

Archaea

Halophile

Eukaryote

Domain:

Bacteria

E. Coli

Kingdom:

Protist

Amoeba

Fungi

Plant

Animal

Bryophyte

(Non-Vascular)

Moss

Tracheophytes

(Vascular)

Club

Mushroom

Chordate (Vertebrate)

Phylum:

Sac

Yeast

Zygote

Mold

Class:

Seedless

Fern

Gymnosperm

Pine tree

Angiosperm

Ectotherm

Endotherm

Sub-Class or Order:

Monocot

Wheat

Dicot

Rose

Invertebrate

Porifora

Sponges

Jawless Fish

Lamprey

Amphibians

Birds

Cnidarians

Jellyfish

Reptiles

Mammals

Cartilaginous Fish

Shark

Mollusks

Flatworms

Tapeworm

Bony Fish

Salmon

Monotremes

Platypus

Echinoderms

Starfish

Crocodiles

& Alligators

Roundworms

Heartworm

Salamanders

Arthropods

Marsupial

Kangaroo

Frogs & Toads

Lizards

Segmented Worms

Earthworm

Snakes

Placental

Human

Gastropods

Snails

Bivalves

Clams

Cephalopods

Octopi

Crustaceans

Crawfish

Arachnids

Tarantula

Insects

Beetles

Centipedes

& Millipedes

Turtles


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