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lecture 7 Biology 2 - Lecture 7- "Protists" II...

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Lecture 7— “Protists” II and Intro to Animal Diversity I. Major groups of protists, continued II. Introduction to animals III. Characteristics of animals IV. Major features of the evolutionary history of animals V. Animal phylogeny and body plans Some important groups of Protista (see Table 28.1) 1) Dips and Paras : Diplomonadida and Parabasala. Have severely reduced mitochondria! 2) Euglenozoa . Have flagella. 3) Alveolata . Unicellular, include Dinoflagellates, apicomplexans and ciliates 4) Stramenopila . Water molds, diatoms, mildews (plant parasites) and some algae and seaweeds 5) Cercozoa . Amoebas with threadlike pseudopods (forams and radiolarians) 6) Amoebozoa. Amoebas with lobelike pseudopods, including slime molds 7) Rhodophyta .R ed a lgae 8) Chlorophyta .G r een a
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6) Amoebozoa Entamoebas Montezuma’s revenge E. histolytica Also includes slime molds Cellular slime molds Some important groups of Protista 8) Chlorophyta. Green algae (Chloro = green). a) Very closely related to land plants. Complexity 1) 2) 3) Multicellularity Volvox Some important groups of Protista 8) Chlorophyta. Green algae (Chloro = green). b)
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