Chapter 28

Chapter 28 - Chapter 28 Protists are an extremely diverse...

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Chapter 28 An Nguyen Protists are an extremely diverse assortment of eukaryotes Endosymbiosis in eukaryotic evolution Diplomondas and parabasalids have modified mitochondria Diplomonads -two equal sized nuclei -modified mitochondria Parabasalids -Undulating membrane -Modified mitochondria Euglenozoans have flagella with unique internal structure -spiral or crystalline rod inside flagella Kinetoplastids -Kinetoplast(DNA in mitochondrion) Euglenids -Paramylon as storage molecule Alveolates have sacs beneath the plasma membrane - Alveoli beneath plasma membrane Dinoflagellates -armor of cellulose plates Apicomplexans -Apical complexe of organelles -parasites Ciliates -cilia used in movement and feeding -Macro/micronuclei Stramenopiles have hairy and smooth flagella Oomycetes(water molds and their relatives) -Hyphae that absorb nutrients Diatoms -Glassy two part wall
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Golden Algae -Flagella attached near one end of cell Brown Algae -All multicellular -Some with alternation of gens Cercozoans and radiolarians have threadlike pseudopodia
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