Lab 3 - Critical Thinking Questions The plastids in the...

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Critical Thinking Questions The plastids in the Alveolata, Euglenozoa, Diplomonadida are homologous because they all have green choloroplasts which most likely occurred with endosymbioticevolution. The Diplomonadida and Alvolatas both live in water, making the grenchloroplasts significant. The structures in the stramenopiles differs greatly from the others, making its plastics analogous in comparison. Alveolata—chloroplast and live in water Diplomonadida—chloroplasts (less green compared to Euglenozoa), live in water Euglenozoa--chloroplasts Stramenopia—3 rd membrane in plastids For each stage of the life cycle indicated with a letter in Figure 3.6, indicate which of the following terms apply to the stage: haploid, diploid, dikaryotic. A-Dikaryotic B-Diploid C-Haploid With the dissecting scope, examine the plate of Phycomyces blakesleeanus you inoculated last week. In what division is Phycomyces blakesleeanus classified? Support your contention!
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