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excavata have ____ flagella
_______ have multiple flagella
Excavata
lant plants/algal relatives
alveolata
stramenopila
rhizaria
amoebazoa
opisthokonta





the 7 eukaryotic supergroups containing all phyla of protists
_____ cause red tides
Dinoflagellates cause what deadly syndrome in oceans (deadly to fish) when they swarm
_____ Have a single posterior flagellum on swimming cells
Opisthokonta have what determining feature on swimming cells?
_____ are appendages of cell membrane filled by cytoplasm and allow cellular movement
what are pseudopodia?
_____ have "hairy" flagella which are used for movement
Stramenopila have what for movement
_____, _____, and _____ have secondary plastids derived from red algae
Haptophytes, dinozoa, and stramenopila can all derive ______ plastids from ____ algae
______, some _____, and _____ contain secondary plastids derived from green algae
Rhizaria, some alveolata, and excavata contain _______ plastids derived from ____ algae
_____ are peripheral membrane sacs found in _____
alveoli are ______ _____ ___ found in alveolata
___ and ____ have primary plastids derived from _____
red algae and green algae contain _____ plastids derived from cyanobacteria
what are primary plastids?
What are secondary plastids?


Plastids used for primitive photosynthesis are thylakoids surrounded by a membrane from the cyanobacteria that make them. _____ plastids are ingested via endosymbiosis by another protist to produce food for the new protist and the thylakoids are surrounded by 2 membranes rather than one. secondary are surrounded by 3 membranes and were secondary plastids taken in by another protist
what are primary plastids?
What are secondary plastids?
Plastids used for primitive photosynthesis are thylakoids surrounded by a membrane from the cyanobacteria that make them. _____ plastids are ingested via endosymbiosis by another protist to produce food for the new protist and the thylakoids are surrounded by 2 membranes rather than one. _____ plastids are surrounded by 3 membranes and were _____ plastids taken in by another protist
_____ often have a groove around their body for feeding via _____ and have ____ used for movement
excavata often have a _____ around their body for phagocytosis or better known as _____ and have flagella used for _____.
_______ is asexual reproduction by mitotic cell division
What is binary fission?
____ is a special form of reproduction carried out by ciliates
What is conjugation?
_____ are single celled photosynthetic protists that swim in the oceans

___ are communities of protists attached by mucilage to underwater surfaces such as rocks, sand, and plants.

What is the difference between phytoplankton and periphyton
____ infect the host's liver and come from the vector.

____ infect the vector and come from the host

Merozoites infect the ____ and come from the _____

Sporozites infect the _____ and come from the _____

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