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Cristian Hutchins

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  • Biota > Thaumarchaeota Brochier-Armanet, Boussau, Gribaldo, Forterre, 2008

    Cenarchaeales

    This organism is a type of archea. It is an order of Thermoprotei. Scientists have not researched this organism thouroughly because they're is not a lot of information on this subject.

  • Biota > Archaea Woese, Kandler & Wheelis, 1990

    Thaumarchaeota

    This organism has only been proposed by a scientific organization in 2008. It belongs to the Archae kingdom. There is no picture, so naturally I wanted to know and find what it looks like,

  • 12202_88_88 Archaea

    Crenarchaeota

    Eocytes

    Crenarchaeota is a archea that is classified in the Archea kingdom. Originally it was thought to be sulfur-dependent, but later it was found that it was not so. It is one of the most abundant archae in the marine enviornment. I found it interesting that it has such a great abundance of food.

  • 35240_88_88 Fungi

    Zygomycota

    Zygote Fungi

    Zygomycota is a type of Fungi that is named this because of the spherical shape it has. There are approximately 1060 known species of this type of fungi. Organisms with the Zygomycota trait only make up 1% of true fungis. I found this very interesting and I wanted to know what a true fungi is.

  • 40977_88_88 Fungi

    Chytridiomycota

    Chytrids

    Chytridiomycota is a division that originates from the Fungi Kingdom. The root word is greek which in translation means little pots because of the rounded structures and unreleased pores it has. Like all Fungis it breaks down organisms contributing to the enviornment making it a decomposer. The picture made me think and question what it was.

  • 82207_88_88 Fungi

    Blastocladiomycota

    This organism (Unlike other fungis) is classified as a fungus. It is one of the eight currently recognized phyla of the fungi kingdom. They are found in places such as water, ponds, marshlands, and in soil that is near a fresh water source. It decays matter. The picture intrigued me so I chose it because of this

  • 23389_88_88 Eucarya Woese et al. 1990 > Protozoa Goldfuss 1818

    Biciliata

    Biciliata is a subkingdom of the protist kingdom, so rather it is a lower classification. It is taxonomic. Through the resources I have searched, the information is very repetitive, and there is not a lot of info on this subject. So I chose it because I want to know more.

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    Rhizopoda

    Rhizopoda is a group of single-celled organisms similair to amoeba. Like amoeba they are characterized based on their irregular shapes and sizes. The creauture moves by using pseudopodia. I chose this because I found it very interesting that it moves like this.

  • 53178_88_88 Plantae > Chlorophyta

    Chlorodendrophyceae

    Chlorodendrophyceae is yet another class of green algae also classifed in the plant kingdom. It is most commonly found in fresh water, unlike other underwater plants. Its higher classification is called Chlorophyta.

  • 10303_88_88 Plantae > Chlorophyta

    Nephroselmidophyceae

    This organism is found in the plant kingdom and it is also classified as an algae. Beforehand, it was sorted into the Pycnococcaceae division, but studies show that it should have been given its own class in itself.

  • 20198_88_88 Plantae > Chlorophyta

    Trebouxiophyceae

    The Trebouixiophycea is also a group of green algea. Not a lot of research and studies have been conducted but there needs to be more focus on their DNA and more genetic studies as well.

  • 86834_88_88 Plantae > Chlorophyta

    Prasinophyceae

    Green Flagellates

    This caught my attention because Prasinophycea is commonly refered to as green algae. This is classified in the plantea kingdom. Some algae are considered to be in other kingdoms, but this organism is found here.

  • 20647_88_88 Animalia > Bilateria

    Protostomia

    Protostome

    In greek, Protostomia means mouth first, they are a clade of animals that include deuterostomes and a few larger phyla. They usually consist of having three germ levels and are a part of Bilateria.

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    Spiralia

    A spiralia is a group of organisms in the animal kingdom which include molluscs, annelids, platyhelminths and other phyla. This caught my attention because I want to know how it is considered to be a living thing. From the outside it does not display much movement and that it a characteristic of life.

  • 79015_88_88 Biota > Sarcomastigota

    Choanozoa

    Choanoflagellida are considered to be very related to the animals. It is a free living organism that is single celled and has no nucleus. This is a group of the protist kingdom, and not just a single organism.

  • 98275_88_88 Protozoa

    Sarcomastigophora

    Sarcomastigophora is a phylum of the protists. It has a wide variety of organisms includign single celled or muti celled and autotrophic and heterotrophic. This perfectly displays how the protista kingdom can have different organisms that fall under the same category.

  • 40434_88_88 Fungi

    Fossil

    I found it very interesting that a fossil is considered to be in the fungi kingdom. I thought that it was the remains of something dead (most likely being part of the animalia kingdom) Does it decompose like other fungis?

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    Eubacteria

    Eubacteria is one of the main kingdoms, and it is a single-celled organism. Some are photosynthetic, others consume food. It is a subdivision of the Morena kingdom. They have a wide variety of shapes and sizes.

  • 29206_88_88 Bacteria > Firmicutes

    Bacilli

    Bacili is a bateria that is taxonomic. They contain many pathogens. It is part of two orders bacillales, and lactobacilales. It is part of many types and classifications of bacteria, but I still want to know more about it.

  • 85678_88_88 Bacteria > Bacilli

    Lactobacillales

    This type of bacteria is found in Lactic acid. They are profilic in nature and they are found mostly everywhere. In plants, animals, and soil. In real life they are used in the production in fermented food.

  • Bacteria > Lactobacillales

    Aerococcaceae

    This type of bacteria is gram positive. Like many of all the other organisms, there is not a lot of information on it. Kingdom: Bacteria Division: Firmicutes Class: Bacili

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    Nephrozoa

    Even though there is not a lot of information on this species, I know it is part of the Animalia kingdom. I would really like to learn more about this animal because even on the internet there is not enough information.

  • 24991_88_88 Animalia > Odobenidae

    Odobenus rosmarus rosmarus

    Atlantic Walrus

    Odebenus rosamarus rosmarus is commonly known as the walrus. I want to learn more about this animal because it lives in extremely cold temperatures and I want to know how it survives and reacts to its enviornments. I want to know what it eats and how it eats.

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