The Variety and Nature of Living Organisims

Daniel Brener
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The Variety and Nature of Living Organisims
1 Characteristics of living
1.1 They/require...
1.1.1 nutrition
1.1.2 respire
1.1.3 excrete waste
1.1.4 move
1.1.5 reproduce
1.1.6 grow and develop
1.1.7 homeostasis (they control their internal conditions
1.1.8 respond to their surroundings
2 Variety of Living Organisims
2.1 Virus
2.1.1 Smallest out of the 6 organisims
2.1.2 Pathogen
2.2 Fungi
2.2.1 they can be single or multicelled, it depends on the fungi
2.2.2 the cell wall is made of chitin
2.2.3 they store energy using molecules of glycogen
2.2.4 they like to grow in dark, humid places
2.2.5 they don't photosynthesise
2.2.6 Eukaryotic
2.2.7 Examples
2.2.7.1 Athletes Foot
2.2.7.2 Death Cap mushroom
2.3 Bacteria
2.3.1 single celled
2.3.2 Prokaryotic
2.3.3 they storage energy in molecules of glycogen
2.3.4 they have cell walls
2.3.5 they reproduce asexually
2.3.6 Examples
2.3.6.1 MRSA
2.3.6.2 Ecoli
2.4 Plants
2.4.1 Eukaryotic
2.4.2 Multicelled
2.4.3 they photosynthesise
2.4.4 the cell wall is made of cellulose
2.4.5 they use energy storage molecules to store: glucose, starch and factrose
2.4.6 Examples
2.4.6.1 Furns
2.4.6.2 Burston Roses
2.5 Animals
2.5.1 Multicelled
2.5.2 they don't photosynthesise
2.5.3 Eukaryotic
2.5.4 Examples
2.5.4.1 Bears
2.5.4.2 Fish
2.5.5 they store energy in molecules of glycogen
2.6 Protoctists
2.6.1 Eukaryotic
2.6.2 they contain energy storage molecules
2.6.3 their the miscellaneous of living organisims
2.6.4 Examples
2.6.4.1 Chlorella - single celled
2.6.4.2 Ameoba
2.6.5 some have cell walls some don't, it varies
2.6.6 some photosynthesise some don't
3 Notes
3.1 glycogen is hexagonal glucose stuck together in clumps

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