1mitochondria 2ribosomes 3linearchromosomes

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Unformatted text preview: tes Where Do Algae Fit In? Where Do Algae Fit In? Zooflagellates Photoflagellates Chloroplast s Ancestral flagellates Since both protozoa &algae have flagella Let’s Look at Phytoflagellates Let’s Look at Phytoflagellates What characteristics would you NOT expect to find in single­celled algae? 1) Mitochondria 2) Ribosomes 3) Linear chromosomes 4) Chloroplasts 5) 9 + 2 flagella 6) I would expect all of the above Phytoflagellates =single­celled algae Phytoflagellates =single­celled algae Major groups: Classified largely by chlorophylls 1) Dinoflagellates Ch a & c Red Tides Phytoflagellates =single­celled algae Phytoflagellates =single­celled algae 2. Diatoms Ch a & c silicon shells Most of the oceans’ photosynthesis occurs by diatoms Phytoflagellates =single­celled algae Phytoflagellates =single­celled algae 3....
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This note was uploaded on 09/26/2012 for the course BIO 200 taught by Professor Herreid during the Fall '07 term at SUNY Buffalo.

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