Inventory Biodiversity Organism 1 Field Notes: Specimen collected from forest floor.Laboratory AnalysisCellularity:               Biochemistry Unicellular               Ester Linkages in membrane proteinsProkaryotic              Circular chromostrome Cell Wall Present     Cell walls contain peptidoglycanTentative Classification:Domain: _______________________________Kingdom: _______________________________I don't understand what they are wanting me to fill into the blanks.

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Inventory Biodiversity 

Organism 1 

Field Notes: Specimen collected from forest floor.

Laboratory Analysis

Cellularity:               Biochemistry 

Unicellular               Ester Linkages in membrane proteins

Prokaryotic              Circular chromostrome 

Cell Wall Present     Cell walls contain peptidoglycan

Tentative Classification:

Domain: _______________________________

Kingdom: _______________________________

I don't understand what they are wanting me to fill into the blanks.

 

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Step 1

In biological classification, domains are the highest taxonomic ranks. These are three in number i.e. Archaea, Bacteria and Eukarya. 

Archaea are prokaryotes and have characteristic ether linkage in the lipids of their plasma membrane.

Bacteria are also prokaryotes but have ester linkage in its membrane lipids.

Eukarya are eukaryotes an have membrane bound organelles.

These domains further are classified into six kingdoms with Archaea containing kingdom Archaebacteria, Bacteria containing kingdom Eubacteria and Eukarya containing Protista, Fungi, Animalia and Plantae kingdoms.

Step 2

As per details of the specimen, the cell is prokaryotic and plasma membrane contains ester linkages.

So, the domain should be Bacter...

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