Cells nuclei fusing is karyogamy all mos have to have

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Unformatted text preview: OPLASMIC FUSION OF TWO DIFF. CELLS NUCLEI FUSING IS KARYOGAMY ALL MO'S HAVE TO HAVE THIS CYCLE ADVANTAGE TO THIS IS THAT THEY CAN ADAPT TO NEW ENVIRONMENTS Algae: METABOLISM Photosynthetic eucaryotes Energy from radiant (sun) Chlorophyll a/oxygenic /chloroplasts/carbon from CO2 via Calvin cycle TRANSMISSION ELECTRON MICROGRAPH: LOOK AT INSIDE OF CELL WITH STACKED THYLAKOIDS OUTER "SHELL" CALLED PELLICLE MADE OUT OF PROTEINACEOUS PLATES; ENABLE EUGLENA TO ACT AS IF IT HAS A CELL WALL Algae: Placed into six phyla (or divisions) TAXONOMIC GROUPS BASED ON PHYSIOLOGICAL QUALITIES "OILS" =POLYMER OF GLUCOSE; STORAGE MATERIAL ACCESSED IN TIMES OF NEED Cell: Flagella (many) 9 + 2 arrangement of tubules FLAGELLA; LIKE A TAIL, FILLED WITH MICROTUB IN HUMANS, MICROTUB. CONTRACT IN ALGAE, MICROTUB. SLIDE ALONG EACH OTHER IN A WAVE PATTERN, ALLOWS FORWARD SNAKE LIKE MOVEMENT FLAGELLA CAN HAVE DIFFERENT PATTERNS 9 OUTSIDE AND 2 INSIDE TUBULES EUGLENA VOLVOX CHLAMYDAMONAS Chrysophyta (unicellular/some colonial) (Greek phykon=plant/ chrysos = gold) GOLD PIGMENT Chlorophyll a, (sometimes c), and carotenoids Golden algae (fucoxanthin) Cell walls don’t contain cellulose/but often contain silic...
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