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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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