Outline_Protista

Outline_Protista - Lab: Protista Outline Within Kingdom...

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Lab: Protista Outline Within Kingdom Protista, there are three phyla, (1) Ciliophora, (2) Sarcomastigophora which includes subphyla Mastigophora and Sarcodina, and (3) ____________________________. Protists are ____________________________, which must mean that they have a cellular level of organization; they may be colonial but usually they can accomplish the same functions as animals but all in one cell. Protists derive their complexity from the development and specialization of ____________________________. Cytoskeletal elements, cell membranes, a compound ____________________________ (which provides support and protection), protective cases, and resistant cysts are all used for support in protists. Each phylum is classified and named based on their locomotory organelles; cilia in Phylum Ciliophora, ____________________________ in Subphylum Mastigophora, and pseudopodia in Subphylum Sarcodina.
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This note was uploaded on 06/14/2011 for the course BIOLOGY bsc2011L taught by Professor Dr.tschinkel during the Fall '11 term at FSU.

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