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Kingdom Protista
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Outline General Characteristics of Protista Kingdom Protista Phylum Chlorophyta Phylum Chromophyta Phylum Rhodophyta Phylum Euglenophyta Phylum Dinophyta
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General Characteristics of Kingdom Protista Eukaryotic cells Larger Nuclear envelope Organelles Nutrition is by photosynthesis, ingestion, or absorption Some are motile
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Phylum Chlorophyta Green Algae Large diverse group Many found in freshwater Both unicellular and multicellular members
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Phylum Chlorophyta Have chloroplasts with pigments similar to plants and carry out photosynthesis Many reproduce both sexually and asexually
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Phylum Chlorophyta Spirogyra Common freshwater algae consisting of filaments of cylindrical cells Asexual Reproduction - Fragmentation of existing filaments Sexual Reproduction - Genetic material passes through conjugation tubes
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Spirogyra Conjugation
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Phylum Chromophyta Yellow-Green Algae and Golden-Brown Algae Contain golden-brown pigments for photosynthesis Diatoms Abundant
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Unformatted text preview: Glassy shells Phylum Chromophyta The Brown Algae Large, marine, multicellular Many have a thallus differentiated into a holdfast, a stipe, and blades Brown Alga Phylum Rhodophyta Red Algae Seaweed Red and blue pigments Relatively complex life cycle Phylum Euglenophyta Euglenoids Spindle-shaped No cell wall Single flagellum Contains gullet Contains red eyespot Reproduction is asexual Phylum Dinophyta Dinoflagellates Two flagella Red tides Impacts of Protista Diatoms Oils are sources of vitamins Diatomaceous Earth Impacts of Protista Brown algae Algin Fertilizer Food Red Algae Agar Food Medicine Review General Characteristics of Protista Kingdom Protista Phylum Chlorophyta Phylum Chromophyta Phylum Rhodophyta Phylum Euglenophyta Phylum Dinophyta Reminders Read Chapter 17 Exam 5 Quiz 2...
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