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Chapter 28 - brown algae (phaeophytes)...

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BIO 152 Notes Chapter 28: Protists Concept 28.2 diplomonads – two nuclei, flagellated, Giardia intestinalis parabasalids Trichomonas vaginalis Concept 28.3 euglenozoans – spiral or crystalline rod of unknown function in flagella kinetoplastids – one large mitochondria, mass of DNA called kinetoplast trypanosomes – bait and switch protein methods euglenids – pocket with flagella, paramylon Concept 28.4 dinoflagellates – “red tide,” spinning action, armor of cellulose apicomplexans – malaria, sporozoites, apicoplast ciliates – use cilia to move, conjugation, macro/micro nuclei Concept 28.5 oomycetes – “egg fungus,” walls made of cellulose, potato famine diatoms – glass like wall, can support immense weight golden algae (chrysophytes) – color from carotenoids, biflagellated, most are unicellular
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Unformatted text preview: brown algae (phaeophytes) multicellular/marine, temperate coasts, seaweeds thalus refers to a seawood body that is plant-like holdfast stipe blades Concept 28.6 forams shells called tests radiolarians tests made of silica, axopodia Concept 28.7 gymnamoebas average amoeba entamoebas E. hisolytica plasmodial slime molds diploid is dominant (plasmodium/sporangium) cellular slime mold haploid dominant, no flagella Concept 28.8 red algae phycoerythrin, tropical waters, absorb blue/green light, no flagella green chlorophytes symbiosis with fungi (lichen), watermelon snow, haploid dominant, chloroplasts...
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This note was uploaded on 04/11/2008 for the course BIO 152 taught by Professor Mort during the Spring '08 term at Kansas.

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