Lab Notes Bio - • Phylum Bacillariophyta diatoms having a...

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Bacteria: (Cocci-spherical, Bacillus-rod shaped, Spirilla-helical) 1. Cyanobacteria Gloeocapsa Marismopedia Anabaena: filamentous arrangement (3 cell types: vegetative cells, heterocysts, akinetes) Oscillatoria Protists: 1. Clade Diplomonadida (lacking mitochondria, having multiple flagella and 2 nuclei - Giardia lamblia: internal parasite of animals beaver fever 2. Clade Parabasala (having flagella, and a parabasal apparatus) Trichomonas vaginalis: causes and STD, has a special golgi body 3. Clade Euglenozoa: (having 2 flagella, one short and one long) Phylum Kinetoplastida (having kinetoplast) - Trypanosoma: Causes African sleeping sickness Phylum Euglenophyta: lacking cell wall Euglena 4. Clade Alveolata: having alveoli (small indentations in their surface membranes) Phylum Dinoflagellata:two flagella and an outer covering of cellulos plates - Peridinium Phylum Ciliophora : Cell surface is covered in cilia used for locomotion - Paramecium - Stentor 5. Clade Stramenopila: having unique flagella with hair-like projections
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Unformatted text preview: • Phylum Bacillariophyta: diatoms, having a two piece shell of silica • Phylum Oomycota: water molds, having flagellated zoospores and cellulose in the cell walls- Sparolegnia 6. Clade Chlorophyta: photosynthetic, having chloroplasts • Phylum Chlorophyta: green algae, 90% freshwater- Spirogyra (filamentous algae) Vovocales:- Chlamydomonas- Volvox - Pandorina 7. Amoeba Group: lacking cell walls, having pseudopodia for locomotion 8. Clade Rhoodophyta: Red algae, having phycoerythrin, most are marine- Polysiphonia- Porphyra Fungi:- Fungal Associations: lichens( Crustose, Foliose, Fruticose) and mycorrhizae • Phylum Chitridomycota- Allomyces: - Sporophyte- Gametophyte • Phylum Zygomycota - Rhizopus: - Sporangia • Phylum Ascomycota:- Mildew- Peziza (cup fungi)- Lobster Mushroom ( Hypomyces lactifluorum) • Phylum Basidiomycota: - Coprinus (common edible mushroom) - Golden Chaterelle (Cantharellus Cibarius)...
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This note was uploaded on 03/10/2011 for the course BIO 113 taught by Professor Clements during the Spring '11 term at Trinity Western.

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