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BioChap28 - • Have plastids • Ex dinoflagellates o...

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Ch. 28: Protists 06/09/2006 16:32:00 Protists Eukaryotes Polyfiletic Unicellular Nutritionally diverse Mostly aquatic Reproduction and life cycles vary Endosymbiosis Primary endosymbiosis: engulfing becomes mitochondria Secondary endosymbiosis: cya become plastids Diplomonads Have plastids Parabasilids no plastids Euglena have plastids have a crystal rod inside the flagella Alveolates Sacs under the plasma membrane
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Unformatted text preview: • Have plastids • Ex: dinoflagellates o Cause red tides o Virtual all corals have dinoflagellates in their cells Provide food for coral (glycerol) Accelerate growth rate of corals ten times ← Stramenopiles • o Ex. ← ← Alternation of Generations • Takes place in laminaria • Diploid->Haploid->Diploid->Haploid ← ← Cercozoans ← Amoeba ←...
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