Lect.3and4Diversity

Lect.3and4Diversity - Protists Mainly aquatic Autotrophic...

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Mainly aquatic Autotrophic have chlorophyll and photosynthesize as plants do. Heterotrophic absorption & ingest food. Symbiotic association Mutualism Parasitism
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Protozoa “animal like protist” 1. Amoeba 2. Foraminiferans 3. Actinopods 4. Flagellates 5. Ciliates 6. Sporozoans
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1. Amoeba Phylum Rizopoda Move pushing out temporary cytoplasmic projections (pseudopodia) Asexual Parasidic Entamoeba histolytica Acanthamoeba http://www.oberlin.k12.oh.us/talent/isp/reports2002/amoebaproteus/images/amoeba.j pg
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4. Flagellates Phylum Zoomastigina Unicellular Flagella enable movement Heterotrophic Free living or symbiotic Some can cause disease www.reefkeeping.com Trichonympha Trypanosoma brucei www.reefkeeping.com
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5. Ciliates Phylum Ciliophora Surrounded by cilia Most ingest bacteria Asexual and Sexual www.freewebs.com Paramecium
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6. Sporozoans Phylum Apicomplexa Parasite Causes serius disease for humans malaria
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Anopheles sp. Plasmodium vivax Human red blood cells Malaria
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Unicellular (microscopic) Multicellular (seaweed) Not plants why? Waxy covering
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This note was uploaded on 02/19/2011 for the course BIO 100 taught by Professor S.sanchez during the Spring '10 term at Orange Coast College.

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