1 ribosomes 2 cell wall 3 mitochondria 4 heterotrophic

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Unformatted text preview: ) Heterotrophic nutrition 5) Nuclear membrane 6) They would have all of the above Flagellates= move with flagella Zooflagellates The 9+2 structure of Eukaryotic flagella & cilia Clicker Question A) B) When we consider the evolution of the Eukaryotic flagellum, does it seem likely that the bacterial flagellum was its ancestral structure? Or are these analogous structures? Analogous Homologous Be sure that you have a reason for your choice. Ciliates= move with cilia Must be closely related to zooflagellates Ciliates Ciliates appear more complex than flagellates for they have elaborate organelles Amoebae= move with pseudopods Amoebae Naked species (= without shells) Amoebae= move with pseudopods Amoebae in silicon shells Radiolarians Amoebae= move with pseudopods Amoebae in calcium carbonate shells Foraminiferans Slime Molds Protista with Fungallike Characteristics Slime Molds Protista with Fungallike Characteristics Cellular Slime Mold Note: Amoebae Could Slime molds be related to amoebae? How are the Protozoa related to multicellular animals? Choanoflagellates...
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