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3. 28 Homework: (10 points) The table below contains unicellular eukaryotes seen in the lab, discussed in lab notes, or in the pre-lab with the name of the phylum to which each belongs. If you saw a close relative (same genus) in lab you can assume this species has the same body form . You do not have to know the species name or the phylum names. Using what you learned in lab, complete the body form column (flagellate, ciliate, amoeba, or variable) and the pathogen column (yes or no). A tree on the next page shows the relationships among the phyla as they are currently understood. Map the body form of each organism onto the correct branch of the tree, using the first letter of each form (F, C, A, V). Map the pathogens onto the tree using the letter P for pathogens. You are looking for a phylogenetic signal in body form or pathogenicity. Each mapping character is worth 2 points. Answer three questions on page 3.30 when the mapping is complete (2 pts each). Organism
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  • Fall '10
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  • 2 pts, body form, Euglenozoa Diplomonads Heterolobosea Dinoflagellata Flagellated Apicomplexa Apicomplexa Variable Euglenozoa Euglenozoa Amoebozoa Parabasalids Amoebozoa Ciliata Ciliata Rhizaria Ciliata Diplomonads Opisthokonta Amoeboid Amoeboid Amoeboid Flagellated Flagel, Euglenozoa Variable Euglenozoa, Variable Euglenozoa Euglenozoa

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