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Phycology
Phycology

Author: Robert Edward Lee

ISBN: 9780521682770

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  • Chapter 12 eukaryotes
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    Chapter 12 eukaryotes
    Course: BIO 232 bio 232
    School: Quinsigamond

    Chapter 12: Characterizing and Classifying Euka ryotes Classification of the Eukarya (figure 12.1) 1. Cell structure in Eukarya is different from that seen in Bacteria or Archaea. 2. Use of the terms algae, fungi and protozoa are not accurate classif

  • 28_Lectures_PPT_Class
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    28_Lectures_PPT_Class
    Course: BISC 120Lg
    School: USC

    Chapter 28 Protists PowerPoint Lectures for Biology, Seventh Edition Neil Campbell and Jane Reece Lectures by Chris Romero Copyright 2005 Pearson Education, Inc. publishing as Benjamin Cummings Key Concepts 28.1 Protists are an extremely divers

  • Protists II (draft1)
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    Protists II (draft1)
    Course: BIO 191
    School: Florida A&M

    Protista II In laboratory I, you were introduced to animal-like protists (Protozoans), and these organisms were defined by their mobility and heterotrophic nutrition strategy. In this lab we will continue to survey this diverse group of organisms and

  • Origin of the Land-Plant Sporophyte
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    Origin of the Land-Plant Sporophyte
    Course: BI 432
    School: Southern Oregon

    LANDPLANT SPOROPHYTE ORIGIN 125 The Botanical Review 69(2): 125148 Two Theories of Origin of the Land-Plant Sporophyte: Which Is Left Standing? WILL H. BLACKWELL Department of Biological Sciences University of Alabama Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35487, U.

  • Lecture 5
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    Lecture 5
    Course: EEMB 142
    School: UCSB

    Phytoplankton Bio-optics: Absorption, Pigments, Biomass BioHomework: Chapter 2 in your reader: C. Miller The phycology of phytoplankton phytoplankton Roles of Phytoplankton 1. 2. Light absorption & related heat budgets Inorganic to organic conversio

  • Ch. 28
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    Ch. 28
    Course: BIOL 112
    School: Texas A&M University-Galveston

    Chapter 28 Protists Book Notes Overview A World in a Drop of Water 28.1 Protists are an extremely diverse assortment of eukaryotes 28.2 Diplomonads and Parabasalids have modified mitochondria 28.3 Euglenozoans have flagella with a unique interna

  • Lecture 5
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    Lecture 5
    Course: EEMB 142
    School: UCSB

    Phytoplankton Bio-optics: Absorption, Pigments, Biomass Homework: Chapter 2 in your reader: C. Miller "The phycology of phytoplankton" Roles of Phytoplankton 1. 2. Light absorption & related heat budgets Inorganic to organic conversion of C, N, P, S

  • 6- Eukaryotic Diversity, Protists Protozoa, Slime Molds, and Algae (Chapter 28)
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    6- Eukaryotic Diversity, Protists Protozoa, Slime Molds, and Algae (Chapter 28)
    Course: BIOL 112
    School: Texas A&M

    Eukaryotic Diversity, Protists: Protozoa, Slime Molds and Algae Chapter 28 How Many Kingdoms? In recent years, major efforts to revise systematics of the "lower" eukaryotes Revisions have been stimulated by a mass of new data, especially from molecu

  • chapter28
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    chapter28
    Course: BIO 311D
    School: University of Texas

    Chapter 28 Protists Lecture Outline Overview: A World in a Drop of Water In the past, taxonomists classified all protists in a single kingdom, Protista. However, it is now clear that Protista is in fact paraphyletic. Some protists are more closely

  • topic2-2
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    topic2-2
    Course: BIOL 1030
    School: Auburn

    BIOL 1030 TOPIC 2 LECTURE NOTES Topic 2: Protists (Kingdom Protista Ch. 28) I. Kingdom Protista A. General characteristics 1. most diverse kingdom in domain Eukarya 2. some are unicellular, some are colonial, and some are truly multicellular 3. onl

  • Introduction
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    Introduction
    Course: BIO 162
    School: ASU

    BIO 162 Microbiology for Allied Health D. Page Baluch Microbiology Many technical terms, names of cell structures are formed from Latin or Greek roots micro - very small; bio life; ology study study of very small living organisms that cannot be

  • 28_Lectures_2008_Class
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    28_Lectures_2008_Class
    Course: BISC 120LG
    School: USC

    Chapter 28 Protists Key Concepts 28.1 Most Eukaryotes are single-celled organisms 28.2 Excavates are include protists with modified mitochondria and protists with unique flagella 28.3 Chromalveolates may have originated by secondary endosymbiosi

  • 28_Lectures_2008_Class
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    28_Lectures_2008_Class
    Course: BISC 120LG
    School: USC

    Chapter 28 Protists Key Concepts 28.1 Most Eukaryotes are single-celled organisms 28.2 Excavates are include protists with modified mitochondria and protists with unique flagella 28.3 Chromalveolates may have originated by secondary endosymbiosi

  • McFaddenChlpReview2001
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    McFaddenChlpReview2001
    Course: BI 332
    School: Southern Oregon

    J. Phycol. 37, 951959 (2001) MINIREVIEW PRIMARY AND SECONDARY ENDOSYMBIOSIS AND THE ORIGIN OF PLASTIDS 1 Geoffrey Ian McFadden 2 Plant Cell Biology Research Centre, School of Botany, University of Melbourne 3010, Australia The theory of endosymbio

  • Mosses-07-web
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    Mosses-07-web
    Course: BIOL 94
    School: UC Irvine

    Mosses 1 The Protists (continued): The Kingdom Protista The Kingdom Protista contains both multi-cellular and unicellular eukaryotes. It is an incredibly diverse Kingdom that contains some of the earliest-branching eukaryotes. However, it is not a

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