6 Kingdoms Assignment

Archaebacteria

Image result for Archaebacteria – Methanogen

Methanogen are marble like shaped organisms That usually live in hot, acidic environments for example sulfur hot springs. These organisms do not require oxygen in-order to live, however they cannot survive in temperatures as low as 55 degrees Celsius.

http://ashleyskingdoms.weebly.com/archaebacteria.html

Image result for Archaebacteria halophiles – Halophiles

Halophiles are cylinder like shaped organisms that usually thrive in very salted environments, usually in evaporated ponds or salt lakes such as the Great Salt Lake, Owens lake, or dead sea.

https://classificationjguti.weebly.com/archaebacteria.html

Eubacteria

Image result for cocci – Cocci

Cocci are grape shaped organisms and are usually found in clusters, similar to actual grape vines. These organisms are known to cause skin infections and sometimes pneumonia, endocarditis, and osteomyelitis.

https://www.studyblue.com/notes/note/n/cocci-bacilli-bacteria/deck/2187195

Related image – Streptococci

Streptococci are similar in shape and pattern as cocci. These organisms are known to cause Strep Throat and Scarlet Fever. Though it does seem deadly, this organism is rather uncommon to encounter.

https://www.pharmaceutical-journal.com/learning/learning-article/scarlet-fever-acute-management-and-infection-control/20068230.article?firstPass=false

Protist

Image result for protist – Amoeba

Amoeba are blobbed shaped organisms though not all amoeba organisms are blobbed shaped. These organisms are usually found in lakes, ponds, streams, and puddles. They move by using whats called pseudopods. Pseudopods are used to capture prey.

http://sexinthewildbiology.weebly.com/protist—amoeba.html

Image result for protist flagella – Anisonema

Anisonema are oval shaped organisms have have a unique way of travel. This organism uses whats known as a flagella, this is how the organism is able to move around.

http://protist.i.hosei.ac.jp/pdb/images/mastigophora/Anisonema/acinus_4b.html

Fungi

Image result for amethyst deceiver – Amethyst Deceiver

The amethyst deceiver are fungi with an amethyst tint to it. These fungi are usually found under beech trees, and are also able to form mycorrhizal associations with certain other broadleaf and coniferous trees.

https://www.first-nature.com/fungi/laccaria-amethystina.php

Image result for Pilobolus crystallinus fungi – Pilobolus crystallinus

The pilobolus crystallinus are fungi that look more like tear drops than actual fungi. These fungi usually live underneath the surface.

https://www.gettyimages.ca/videos/pilobolus-crystallinus?sort=mostpopular&offlinecontent=include&phrase=pilobolus%20crystallinus

Animals

Related image – Tuffled deer

Tufted deer are mainly found in China’s high hills and mountains. In captivity, they can live to be about 15 years old, although no one is really sure how long they live in the wild.

https://www.fromthegrapevine.com/slideshows/nature/mammals-you-didnt-know-existed/page/2

Related image – Jaglion

The jaglion is a cross breed of a male jaguar and a female lion. I confess to say that until today I had not heard of them perhaps partly because I dislike this sort of breeding; creating exotic wild cats to titillate the viewing public.

Jaglion – a lion, jaguar hybrid

Plants

Image result for echinops – Enchinops

Enchinops have spiny foliage that is often grayish-green and woolly. The plants do well in a wide range of garden sites, from a wild garden to a cottage garden. The flowers are suitable for fresh cutting or drying.

https://www.americanmeadows.com/blog/2017/06/12/unique-plants-in-the-garden/

Related image – Paphiopedilum

Paphiopedilum, often called the Venus slipper, is a genus of the lady slipper orchid subfamily Cypripedioideae of the flowering plant family Orchidaceae. The genus comprises some 80 accepted taxa including several natural hybrids.

Paphiopedilum Orchid Care

Workplace Safety

Three things i will do to keep myself safe at work would be..

  1. If im not sure with something, ill notify a supervisor or employer immediately.
  2. If something seems unsafe, Ask a supervisor
  3. If i don’t know how to use a mechanism properly, ask an Employer or Supervisor

Two things i will do to keep others safe at work would be…

  1. If someone seems confused with a task, ill either help with the best of my power, or let a supervisor or employer know.
  2. If someone seems tired or ill, i’ll volunteer to take his place for now.

Matthew’s Story i feel would be something i would potentially do if i were to not be weary of whats happening, if i were in his shoes, i would’ve stuck with my gut and immediately refuse that work given.