24-Eukaryotes - rigin and Early Evolution of Eukaryotes PROKARYOTES vs EUKARYOTES ROKARYOTE EUKARYOTE 9 2 Pattern Bacterial Flagellum Origin of the

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Unformatted text preview: rigin and Early Evolution of Eukaryotes PROKARYOTES vs. EUKARYOTES ROKARYOTE EUKARYOTE 9+2 Pattern Bacterial Flagellum Origin of the Eukaryotic Cell Host Prokaryotic Cell Mitochondria Chloroplasts Eukaryotic Flagellum Lynn Margulis and the Endosymbiotic Theory of the Origin of the Eukaryotic Cell Lynn Margulis Lynn Margulis Receiving the National Medal of Science From President Bill Clinton ENDOSYMBIOSIS Anaerobic Bacterium ngesting an Aerobic Bacterium Which Evolves into the Mitochondrion Proto- itochondrion Proto- Chloroplast Eukaryotic Cell (Green Alga) EUKARYOTIC ORGANELLES Chloroplasts SYMBIOTIC ORIGIN OF THE EUKARYOTIC CELL Host Cell Chloroplast Mitochondrion Eukaryotic Flagellum PROTOCTISTS Protoctists (= Protists) Protozoans (Animal-Like Protoctists) Algae (Plant-Like Protoctists) Slime Molds (Fungal-Like Protoctists) ROTOZOANS (Animal-Like Protoctists) Flagellates Cilliates Amoebas Cilliate Eating Protozoan Features Heterotrophic & Not Photosynthetic Ingestion & Often with a Gullet No Cell Wall Usually Motile & with a Flagellum Mostly Unicellular Gave Rise to Animals & Fungi Haematococus FLAGELLATES AMOEBAS Amoeba Amoeba...
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24-Eukaryotes - rigin and Early Evolution of Eukaryotes PROKARYOTES vs EUKARYOTES ROKARYOTE EUKARYOTE 9 2 Pattern Bacterial Flagellum Origin of the

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