Eukaryote Diversity

Eukaryote Diversity - IV Plantae – Primary endosymbiosis...

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Eukaryote Diversity I. Chromalveolates a. Alveolates i. Ciliates ii. Dinoflagellates 1. 2 flagella iii. Apicomplexans b. Stramenopiles i. Oomycetes ii. Diatoms iii. Brown Algae c. Haptophytes II. Excavates a. Diplomonads i. No mitochondria ii. unicellular b. Parabasalids i. No mitochondria ii. unicellular c. Heteroloboseans i. Amoeboid and flagella forms d. Euglenids e. Kinetoplastids III. Rhizaria a. Radiolarians b. Foraminiferans c. Cercozoans
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Unformatted text preview: IV. Plantae – Primary endosymbiosis w/ cyanobacteria to obtain mitochondria a. Glaucophytes i. Trace peptidoglycan in chloroplast b. Red Algae c. Chlorophytes d. Land Plants e. Charophytes V. Unikonts a. Opisthokonts i. Fungi ii. Choanoflagellates iii. Animals b. Amoebozoans i. Loboseans ii. Plasmodial slime molds iii. Cellular slime molds...
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