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Unformatted text preview: Microbial Diversity Chapter 28 The Origins of Eukaryotic Diversity (THE PROTISTS) What are microbes? Single-celled organisms and some non-cellular parasites Kinds of microbes Non-cellular, parasitic molecules Viruses Viroids Prions Prokaryotes Domain Bacteria Domain Archaea Eukaryotes Several Kingdoms in Domain Eukarya 3 Domains of Life Eukaryotes Protists Complex cellular structure cells with nucleus and other organelles Eukaryotes Protists Complex cellular structure cells with nucleus and other organelles E.g ., cilia & flagella aid motility; these cytoplasmic extensions are not homologous with pili or flagella of prokaryotes Eukaryotes Protists Complex cellular structure cells with nucleus and other organelles Nutrition Absorption, Photosynthesis, or Ingestion Eukaryotes Protists Complex cellular structure cells with nucleus and other organelles Nutrition Absorption, Photosynthesis, or Ingestion Reproduction mostly asexual, but some exchange genetic material Eukaryotes...
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