Leuconostoc, like all bacteria/eubacteira are prokaryotic and unicellular. They are Autotrophs as they use photosynthesis for sustenance. They also reproduce asexually. They are involved in kéfir which is a fermented milk beverage.
Chlamydia trachomatis is also prokaryotic and unicellular. They reproduce asexually and are nonmotile. They can cause chlamydia, trachoma, lymphogranuloma venereum, nongonococcol urethritis, cervicitis, salpingitis, pelvic inflammatory disease, and pneumonia.
Thermoplasma is prokaryotic and unicellular with no cell wall, but it does have a membrane made of uncommon lipids.These uncommon lipids are responsible for the thermal stability of its membrane.
Nanoarchaeum equitans is prokaryotic and unicellular with no cell wall. It is a species of Archaea that was discovered in a hydrothermal vent off the coast of Iceland and it is the only Nanoarchaeota discovered so far. It cannot synthesize lipids but obtains them from it’s host. It is the smallest known Archaeon.
Everything else here is eukaryotic.
Rhodophyta, or red algae is mostly multicellular. They have double cell walls, the outer walls contain agarose and agaroseptin and the internal walls are mostly cellulose. They reproduce sexually and they are heterotrophs.
Blepharisma is prokaryotic and unicellular and it reproduces asexually. They are heterotrophs and may resort to cannibalism.
Phallus impudicus is a fungus that is eukaryotic and multicellular and it produces a sticky spore mass on itself to attract flies and other insects. It is edible and has medicinal properties. I am going to avoid delving into why it is named “Phallus Impudicus”.
Hydnellum peckii is a fungus. It produces on the surface of spines that hang from the undersurface of the fruit bodies. Although they are inedible, they are not poisonous.
Everything else here is multi-cellular and the cell organization is systems
Plant: Rafflesia arnoldii
Rafflesia arnoldii is the largest flower on earth. They reprodouce sexually and during this process, the flower blooms and radiates a rancid smell of rotting meat to attract insects to pollinate it. They are autotrophs.
Coca is quite a notorious plant, mainly because of it’s use as the basis for the illegal narcotic, cocaine. It is also used in chew and tea. They are autotrophs.
Everything else here is motile and heterotrophs
This is a creature straight out of everyone’s nightmares. The amblypygi looks like a combinations of a spider, a scorpion, and a crab. It is an arachnid, but instead of using all 8 legs for walking, it’s two front “legs” actually have claws on them and they use those as hands. They are invertebrates.
Animal: Opisthoproctus soleatus
Opisthoproctus soleatus are fish from the deep reaches of the ocean. A strange feature they have is the front of their heads are transparent. You can see their eyes from inside their heads. It is spineless, and therefore also an invertebrate.