← ch. 26 part 1 Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Chlorophyta (green algae)
- Unikonta (unikonts)
- Chromalveolata (chromalveolates)
- Phaeophyta (brown algae)
- a photosynthetic autotrophs that range from microscopic forms to giant kelps.
- b autotrophs that carry out photosynthesis using the same pigments as plants.
- c A protist evolutionary group; single-celled animal parasites with greatly reduced mitochondria or organelles derived from mitochondria, that move by means of flagella, and most of which have a scooped out feeding apparatus on the ventral surface of the cell.
- d A protist evolutionary group consisting of the Alveolata and the Stramenopila.
- e Eukaryotes with a single flagellum
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- nonphotosynthetic, heterotrophic cells that live as animal parasites and that contain a single mitochondrion with a large DNA-protein deposit called a kinetoplast.
- mostly free-living autotrophic marine seaweeds.
- single-celled organisms covered by an intricate, glassy silica shell.
- A subgroup of the Excavata protist evolutionary group containing the Diplomonadida and the Parabasala.
- characterized by axopods, slender, raylike strands of cytoplasm supported internally by long bundles of microtubules.
5 True/False Questions
plasmodial slime mold → A slime mold of the class Myxomycetes.
Foraminifera (forams) → heterotrophic marine organisms with shells consisting of organic matter reinforced by calcium carbonate.
Choanoflagellata (choanoflagellates) → mostly single-celled marine phytoplankton that live as heterotrophs or autotrophs or sometimes using both modes of nutrition.
hypha (plural, hyphae) → mostly free-living autotrophic marine seaweeds.
Amoebozoa (amoebozoans) → single-celled, highly motile cells that swim by means of flagella and which contain mitochondria characterized by disc-shaped cristae.