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Lecture 12: Eukaryotes: life cycles, endosymbiosis Lecture 13:Eukaryote diversity Lecture 14: Intro to Plants, Quiz 3
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Foraminiferans
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Lots of ambiguities in resolving early events in evolution of eukaryotes Major Eukaryote Groups Common ancestor of all Eukaryotes
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Lots of ambiguities in resolving early events in evolution of eukaryotes Major Eukaryote Groups Common ancestor of all Eukaryotes
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Microbial Eukaryotes
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Many aspects of diversity in eukaryotic microbes: Morphology Reproduction Locomotion Metabolism Symbioses Ecological importance
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Many aspects of diversity in eukaryotic microbes: Morphology (unicellular, multicellular) Reproduction Locomotion Metabolism Symbioses Ecological importance
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Multicellular organisms Major Eukaryote Groups
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Many aspects of diversity in eukaryotic microbes: Morphology (unicellular, multicellular) Reproduction (sexual, asexual) Locomotion Metabolism Symbioses Ecological importance
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Alternation of Generations
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Fertilization Meiosis This figure represents a HAPLONTIC life cycle. Which statement is true: A. The diploid stage is restricted to a single cell (zygote). B. The haploid stage is restricted to a single cell (zygote). C. The diploid stage is the dominant multicellular part of the life cycle. D. This is strictly an asexual life cycle.
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Binary fission —equal splitting; mitosis followed by cytokinesis. Multiple fission —splitting into more than two cells. Budding
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