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Unformatted text preview: LS1 Taxa Know the lowest taxonomic level as it was covered in lecture. If the common name is given here (e.g. liverwort) then you do not need to know the scientific name (e.g. Hepaticophyta) • Bacteria o Firmicutes o Spirochaetes o Actinobacteria o Cyanobacteria o Chlamydiales o Proteobacteria Archea o Crenarcheota o Euryarcheota Eukaryotes o Rhizaria Foraminiferans Radiolarians o Chromaveolates Aveolates • Dinoflagellates Stramenopiles • Diatoms • Brown algae o Plantae Red algae Green algae Land Plants • Bryophytes • Liverworts • Hornworts • Vascular Plants o Lycophytes o Pteridophytes o Seed Plants Gymnosperms • Ginkophyta • Conifers Angiosperms • Monocots • Eudicots • • LS1 Unikonts possible synapomorphy single flagella Ameobozoans have lobed pseudopodia • Slime molds form super fruiting bodies that produce wind borne spores Opisthokonts have flagella at rear of the cell • Fungi fungi two morphological forms, yeast and mycellia o Chytrid Fungi t...
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This note was uploaded on 03/14/2011 for the course LIFESCI 1 taught by Professor Hespenheide during the Spring '08 term at UCLA.

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