Lecture 12 eukaryote diversity amoebozoans 23

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Lecture 12: Eukaryote Diversity: Amoebozoans 23 Plasmodial Slime Molds are coenocytic , feed by scavanging, and have an unusual life cycle. Physarum is a model organism for behavioral studies? In this video, the small black dots are nuclei streaming through the cytoplasm. As conditions change, spores on stalked fruiting bodies develop.
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Lecture 12: Eukaryote Diversity: Amoebozoans 26 Resistance is Futile.
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Lecture 12: Eukaryote Diversity: Amoebozoans 27 Tero A. et al. 2010. Rules for biologically inspired adaptive network design. Science 327: 439-442.
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Lecture 12: Eukaryote Diversity: Amoebozoans 28 Cellular Slime Molds are individual motile cells that aggregate into a multicellular fruiting body. Karyogamy
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Lecture 12: Outline 30 A. Eukaryote Diversity 1. Alveolates 2. Stramenopiles 3. Rhizaria 4. Excavates 5. Amoebozoans 6. Plantae & Opisthokonts
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Lecture 12: Eukaryote Diversity: Plantae 31 Plantae includes organisms characterized by photosynthesis via primary endosymbiosis with cyanobacteria. Glaucophytes Red Algae “Green Algae” Land Plants
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Lecture 12: Eukaryote Diversity: Opisthokonts 32 Opisthokonts are characterized by having a single, posterior flagellum . This includes Fungi and Metazoa (animals). from Greek, “Opistho” – posterior “kontos” - pole Next Stop: Plantae Midterm 1 Ends Here
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