Eukaryotic diversity

Eukaryotic diversity - D Rhizaria Cercozons Foraminiferans...

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Eukaryotic diversity - Diversity of form Ciliated, Flagellated, Amoeboid, - Diversity of function – REVIEW CH.27 - Trophy/Nutrition - Phylogenetic diversity Protists or Microbial eukaryotes: all organisms other than plants, animals, and fungi - Major groups A. Chromalveolates: Alveolates: Apicomplexans, dinoflagellates, Ciliates, Stramenophilies: Brown algae, Diatom, Oomycetes, Haptophytes B. Plantae: Glaucophytes, Red algae, Chlorophytes C. Excavates: Diplomondas, parabasalids, Heteroloboseans, Euglenids, Kinetoplastids
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Unformatted text preview: D. Rhizaria Cercozons, Foraminiferans, Radiolarians E. Unikonts Fungi, Choanoflagettas, Animals, Loboseans, Plasmodial slime molds, Cellular Slime molds.-Know some synapomorphies of each group. Endosymbioses -Origin of mitochondria and plastids -How to trace origins -Primary vs. secondary symbioses -Models of phagocytosis and how different genomes get combined in one cell -Why this is analogous in many ways to lateral gene transfer....
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This note was uploaded on 03/10/2011 for the course BIS 101 taught by Professor Simonchan during the Fall '08 term at UC Davis.

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