Biolog 22 - Chapter 22: Protists I. Parabasalids and...

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Chapter 22: Protists I. Parabasalids and Diplomonads A. Heterotrophic flagellates and have few mitochondria B. Parabasalids have a backbone. Trichonympha campanula have thousands of flagella and are cellulose digesting C. Diplomonads have 3 flagella at one end and one on the other. D. Cyst is a resting stage with a covering of cell secretions II. Euglenoids and Kinetoplastids A. Euglenoids live in freshwater, sea, heterotrophs eat each other, and must have higher inner concentrations B. Kinetoplastids are heterotrophic and can be aerobic or anaerobic C. Both divide by binary fission III. Forams and Radiolarians A. Foraminiferas are heterotrophy shells with thin pseudopods B. Radiolarian has a distinct outer zone with vacuoles that impart buoyancy and assist in prey capture and digestion C. Plankton are microscopic organisms that drift or swim weakly in water IV. Ciliated Alveolates A. Alveolates are a monophyletic group that consists of ciliates, dinoflagellates, and apicomplexans B. Ciliates live in water, are heterotrophs and parasites. They move or direct food.
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Biolog 22 - Chapter 22: Protists I. Parabasalids and...

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