Protist review quiz and the midterm

Protist review quiz and the midterm - For the midterm here...

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For the midterm, here is a study guide for the Eukaryotic lecture yesterday. I will only touch on the most important names or concepts on the quiz (see the bolded sections below). But you will need this kind of detail for the midterm . [basically you should combine the reading guide and my lecture to get the most important names to know] Define Eukaryote—how does this domain differ from the others? (think of traits). When did it evolve? understand primary and secondary endosymbiosis: o Figures 28.9, 28.18, and 28.19 o the proposed evolutionary steps for both primary and secondary endosymbiosis o the evidence for the theory of endosymbiosis know the names of the lineages and diseases in Table 28.1, just the ones I listed in the reading guide, including the generic names of the pathogens if I listed them on the reading guide. lineages to know (I include below, under the highest taxonomic group, the names of the major taxon or taxa if I want you to know them.
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