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    Biology 1031 Biology 1031 -TA introductions -entrance quiz  ( normally first thing ) -lab safety talk -visit lab website: lab link at http://www.auburn.edu/biol1031 -intro lecture on Protists and life cycles -lab
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    Lab 1: Kingdom Protista Lab 1: Kingdom Protista Classification overview, importance of  taxon names in lab Kingdom Protista overview Protist phyla (taxonomy for lab) protozoans algae plasmodial slime molds Life Cycles
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    Classification Classification Highest level of classification is  Domain; next level is Kingdom There are three domains: Bacteria (prokaryotic) Archaea (prokaryotic) Eukarya (eukaryotic)
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    Classification Classification There are six kingdoms:  Domain Bacteria – Kingdom Eubacteria Domain Archaea – Kingdom Archaebacteria Domain Eukarya – four kingdoms: Protista Fungi Plantae Animalia
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    Classification Classification Many lab exercises and questions on  quizzes and practicals will involve you  knowing taxons (Domain, Kingdom,  Phylum, etc.), so pay attention to these! especially phyla!!!
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    Kingdom Protista Kingdom Protista This kingdom is very  diverse in habitat  and life form.  The  kingdom includes  unicellular  organisms, large  multicellular algae  and plasmodial  slime molds.
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    Protist phyla - protozoans Protist phyla - protozoans some protists are loosely grouped  together as “protozoa” – not a formal  taxon Protozoa – “first animal” may utilize flagella, cilia or pseudopodia  for locomotion
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    Protist phyla - protozoans Protist phyla - protozoans Phylum Euglenozoa  – euglenid  flagellates Phylum Gymnamoeba  – amoebas; use  psuedopodia Phylum Ciliophora - ciliates Phylum Apicomplexa - spore-forming  parasites
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    Protist phyla - protozoans Protist phyla - protozoans Phylum Foraminifera
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This note was uploaded on 02/24/2009 for the course BIOL 1031 taught by Professor Bowling during the Spring '08 term at Auburn University.

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