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Biol 101 Lab 3

Biol 101 Lab Final

What are the three domains? Eukarya, Archaea and Bacteria
What are the five supergroups to classify protists? Excavata, Chromeolavata, Rhizaria, Archaeaplastida, and Unikonta
What are fungus-like protists? Like fungi -heterotrophs, they must obtain food outside themselves. have cell walls and reproduce by forming spores. usually do not move, but a few develop movement at some point in their lives. Two major types are slime molds and water molds.
plasmodium mass of undistinguishable cells
What does Physarum polycephalum do when env becomes unfav? 1. from sclerotium 2.grow spore-bearing sporangiophores
What are sclerotium? irregular mass of hardened components that is resistant to desiccation
What are sporangiophores? grow sporagnia inside
What are sporangia? undergo meiosis and produce haploid spores
How to fungus-like protists differ from fungi? have cellulose in cell walls, produce flagellated reproductive cells(zoospores),
What is hyphae? network of branching tubules
mycelium mass of hyphal strands
types of fung-like protists slime and water molds
animal -like protists they can move, heterotrophs. eat things outside of themselves instead of producing their own food. Animal-like protists are very small, measuring only about 0.01–0.5mm. Animal-like protists include the flagellates, ciliates, and the sporozoans.
types of animallike protists amobea, euglenozoans, apicomplexans, ciliates
amboea pseudopods, two layers that move, no shape
euglenozoans whiplike flagella`
apicomplexans sporelike infections, lack flagella
ciliates have cilia, two nuclei
plant-like protists also called algae are a large and diverse group Some algae are tiny,unicellular, others large,multicellular. largest-seaweeds. photosynthesize, and are"simple" do not have leaves ,vascular tissue. are eukaryotic organisms. have a nucleus c,hloroplasts
types green algae,diatoma,, red algae, brown algae, dinoflagellates
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