Eukaryotes-protists - (f mixotrophic – both(g saprotrophs i absorb decaying organic matter(h free living or parasitic(i mostly aquatic(j very

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Biology 1002 1. Eukaryotes -Protists: (a) first eukaryotes to show evolution of multicellularity (b) syngamy (sexual reproduction) produces a zygote based on 3 cycles: i. sexual reproduction A. Haplontic B. diplontic C. alternation of generations life cycle ii. asexual reproduction A. Budding B. fission C. schizogony (c) can be either: i. unicellular ii. colonial iii. multicellular (d) autotrophic – photoautotrophic (alga) – Plant life protist (e) Heterotrophic – protozoans – animal and fungi like protist
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Unformatted text preview: (f) mixotrophic – both (g) saprotrophs i. absorb decaying organic matter (h) free living or parasitic (i) mostly aquatic (j) very diverse and huge kingdom 2. Protist groups: A. Green algas B. brown algas C. red algas D. diatoms E. dinoflagellates F. euglenoids G. ciliates H. zoomastigotes I. sporozoans J. water molds K. amoebazoans L. forams M.slime molds N. choanoflagellates...
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This note was uploaded on 12/04/2011 for the course BIOLOGY 1102 taught by Professor Elmore during the Spring '11 term at Middle Georgia State College.

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