Tree of Life
A representative from the various species in the world based on the Scientific tree of life in the number positions of clock:
1. BACTERIA, Bacteria (Prokaryotes)
- Bacteria are classified as prokaryotes, cells that do not contain a nucleus.
- Bacteria play an important role in recycling nutrients.
2. ALGAE, Plantae (Protists)
- Algae are classified as eukaryotes, cells that contain nucleus, like all plants and animals.
- Algae such as seaweeds are photosynthetic like plants, but lack leaves and roots.
3. TREES, Plantae (Plants)
- Plants use sunlight for photosynthesis to convert carbon dioxide and water into oxygen and other useful products.
- There are about 300,000 species of plants.
4. MUSHROOMS, Fungi (Fungi)
- Fungi are closer to animals than to plants, but are separate from bacteria, plants, and animals.
- Yeasts, molds, mushrooms are some examples. Yeast is used for bread and fermentation.
5. WORMS, Ecdysozoa (Invertebrates)
- Worms are animals without a backbone. They have digestive tract but lack sensory organs.
- Some earthworms have the ability to regenerate certain body segments.
6. BUTTERFLIES, Ecdysozoa (Invertebrates)
- The insects such as a butterfly have four stages in their life cycle, egg, larva, pupa and adult.
- Insects are ecologically helpful because they help in pollinating flowers.
7. SHELLS, Lophotrochozoa (Invertebrates)
- Seashells living in the sea have a hard protective outer layer.
- In the past, seashells have been used as a currency. They are also a source of calcium carbonate.
8. SEA STARS, Echinodermata (Invertebrates)
- Sea stars live at abyssal depths of the oceans.
- Sea stars have the ability to digest food outside of their body.
9. FISH, Chordata (Vertebrates)
- Fish are animals with a spine.
- Most fish are cold-blooded animals.
10. AMPHIBIANS, Chordata (Vertebrates)
- Amphibians are water-breathing as well as air-breathing animals.
- Salamanders are unique vertebrates that are capable of regenerating lost limbs, as well as other body parts.
11. BIRDS, Chordata (Vertebrates)
- Birds are warm-blooded animals. The wings are evolved from the forelimbs.
- Birds have a beak but have no teeth.
12. MAMMALS, Chordata (Vertebrates)
- Mammals are also warm-blooded animals and can produce milk.
- The human brains possess a unique part of the brain called neocortex that is responsible for higher functions such as language and reasoning.
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