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Unformatted text preview: How did mitosis evolve? How did meiosis evolve? Who are the Protista? Eukaryotic (= true nucleus) Membrane bound organelles Usually single celled Mostly asexual reproduction Who are the Protista? Three major groups 1) Animallike Protista = Protozoa (Lack chloroplasts; classified by locomotion; heterotrophic) 2) Fungallike Protista (Lack chloroplasts; produce spores; heterotrophic) 1) Plantlike Protista = Unicellular algae Animallike Protista Protozoa Four major groups 1) Flagellates (move with flagella) 2) Ciliates (move with cilia) 3) Amoebae (move with pseudopods) 4) Sporozoa (lack movement, produce spores) ANIMALLIKE PROTISTA Protozoa Which characteristic would you expect the Protozoa to lack? 1) Ribosomes 2) Cell wall 3) Mitochondria 4...
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This note was uploaded on 12/09/2009 for the course BIO 200 taught by Professor Herreid during the Spring '07 term at SUNY Buffalo.

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