Eg laminaria used in japan in soups deserts or

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Eg. Laminaria Used in Japan in soups, deserts, or beverages Has many “plant-like” parts Eg. Sargassum Eg. Ascophyllum Eg. Fucus Sargassum Fucus Laminaria Ascophyllum
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D. Foraminiferans and Radiolarians characterized by “thread-like pseudopodia ”, also being amoeboid, heterotrophic Move and feed using psuedopodia Marine planktonic or benthic Secrete “test” of calcium carbonate Contain pores which psuedopodia extend through Silica dioxide skeleton Thread like psuedopodia called “axopodia” Marine plankton I. Formaniferans (forams) II. Radiolarians
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E. Amoebozoans Characterized by “Lobe shaped” pseudopodia , phagocytic feeding Unicellular No fixed body shape, move by extending psuedopodia Heterotrophs, capture food via psuedopodia Freshwater Amoeba proteus Fungus-like, mycelium Plasmodium form is multinucleate mass of cytoplasm Nuclei are not divided by cell walls (coenocytic) Cell wall made of cellulose Creep along soil and decaying matter engulfing food particles Can form “fruiting bodies” Physarum polycephalum I. Amoeba II. Slime molds (Mycetozoa)
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F. Red Algae (Rhodophyta) Characterized by lack of flagella at all staged of life cycle • Autotrophs (chl a , phycocyanin, phycoerythrin) • Unicellular and multicellular * Agar – a polysaccharide found in their cell wall Porphyra ( nori ) Chondrus crispus seaweed Porphyridium Polysiphonia Corallina
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G. Green Algae (Chlorophyta)
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  • Fall '09
  • WETZER
  • Bacteria, Brown algae, Red algae, G. Green Algae

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