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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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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