Stramenophillia - o Lichens Mycetozoa Slime molds o Similar...

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25/02/2008 09:20:00 Stramenophillia Chrysophyta (golden algae) o Unicellular o Some heterotrophic, some photosynthetic o Golden due to pigments Phaeophyta (brown algae) o All multicellular o Photosynthetic o Includes largest protests (kelp) o Most are marine o Algin – used in ice cream, cosmetics o *Holdfast, stipe, blade, float Rhodophyta (division Rhodophyta) o Multicellular o Phycoerythrin Pigment Reflects red and absorbs blue (long wave lengths) Deep ocean dwelling o Branched body form coralline algae (reef building, CaCO3 Chlorophyta (division chlorophyta) o Unicellular, colonial, and multicellular o Closest relatives of plants o Chlorophyll a and b o Cellulose in cell wall o Most freshwater, some salt water, some terrestrial
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Unformatted text preview: o Lichens Mycetozoa Slime molds o Similar to fungi Heterotrophic Decomposers (eat dead things and poop) Pseudopodia movt o Different from fungi No chitin in cell walls Group #8 Unknown Ancestry o Pseudopods o Heterotrophic o Divisions Rizopoda (Amoebas) Lobe-like pseudopods Unicellular Freshwater and marine Actinopoda (Radiolarians) Ray-like pseudopods Mostly freshwater Endoskeleton of silica Foraminifera Porous shell of calcium carbonate (chalk) Unicellular All marine Plankton 90% of known species are extinct (fossils) 25/02/2008 09:20:00 25/02/2008 09:20:00...
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This note was uploaded on 10/21/2008 for the course BIOL 1301 taught by Professor Harbison during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas-Tyler.

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