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Unformatted text preview: 3-17 Notes • • Exam 2- Wednesday- Chapters 13, 14, 15 ○ 60 Multiple Choice Domain Eukarya ○ Protists/Protista/Protistans First eukaryotes to evolve from Protists • Trukaryons ○ Evolution of the endomembrane very significant; allowed communication in the inside of the body ○ Endosymbiosis: one species living inside another host species ○ Animal-Like Protists, Fungi-Like Protists, Plant-Like Protists ○ Simplest Eukaryotes ○ 4 Major Groups of Protistas Protozoan • 1st animal like critters • Subset of Protista • 5 Types of Protozoans ○ Very important at the base of the food chain ○ Flagellate African Sleeping Sickness Giardia: Parasitic on humans and beavers ○ Amoeba Pseudopods Freshwater Amoebic Dysentery ○ Foram Marine High content of Calcium Carbonate ○ Apicomplexan Plasmodium: the apicomplexan that causes malaria. ○ Ciliate Paramecium uses is cilia to move through pond water Slime Mold • On wood • Stringy Unicellular Algae • Produce most of the world’s oxygen • Dinoflagellates ○ Red Tide Pg. 314 • ○ Diatoms ○ Stores oil for food ○ Cells made of silica • Green Algae ○ Spirogyra ○ Euglena ○ Ancestral critters to present-day land plants Seaweeds • 3 types of sea weeds ○ Brown Algae- Kelp Emulsifiers ○ Green Algae ○ Red Algae • Rich in Iodine Multicellular Organisms from unicellular Protists ...
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