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17March13P - soil; some species are symbiotic. The Kingdom...

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Eukaryotic Cell
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A model of the origin of eukaryotes Lynn Margulis
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A hypothetical history of plastids in the photosynthetic eukaryotes Serial endosymbiosis
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Traditional hypothesis for how the three domains of life are related
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Protistans - the simplest eukaryotes Single celled or multicellular. Asexual and/or sexual reproduction. Heterotrophs, autotrophs, or both. Some lineages have close evolutionary ties to the other kingdoms. Parasites, predators, decomposers, and several important plant and animal pathogens. Found in aquatic and marine habitats and
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Unformatted text preview: soil; some species are symbiotic. The Kingdom Protista problem Types of Protistans Slime molds Protozoans (Animal-like protists): mostly single celled heterotrophs Plant-like protists: mostly photosynthetic single celled and multicellular species A plasmodial slime mold The life cycle of a plasmodial slime mold, such as Physarum Dictyostelium , a cellular slime mold. a Rhizopod The life cycle of a cellular slime mold ( Dictyostelium )...
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