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Bacteria and protists
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No membrane bound organelles
All has cell walls made of peptidoglycan
slammer and form colonies
How do Bacterial and archaea differ from eukaryotes
Prevents gaining f water and water loss
What is the point of a cell wall in. bacteria?
Through exchanging with other bacteria and plasmids
What are ways they can get new DNA?
How do Prokaryotes reproduce
What is it called when plasmids are transferred in prokaryotes
by forming endospores and going into suspended animation
What do bacteria do when dealing with an harsh environment
Good for decomposing waste
Can be mutualistic and parasitic
Production of hormones, antibiotics, and vitamins
What are prokaryotes good for?
1.5 billion years ago
Eukarya appeared when?
3.5 billion years ago
Prokaryotes appeared first when?
Many use Sexual Reproduction
Key characteristics of Eukaryotes
Anything that does not fit into other groups such as plants, animal, ect.
What are in the Protist
uses chloroplasts to gain energy
What is an autotroph
Ingest organic molecules
What are heterotrophs
Combining the use of photosynthesis and heterotrophic nutrition
What are mixotrophs
Use binary fission, budding, and schizogony
Reproduction of protist
Where are protist found?
Example of protist
Unicellular, parasitic or endosymbiotic
Ex: Giardia, Trichonympha, Trypanosoma
What are Flagellates?
Freshwater heterotrophic protists
Use asexual and sexual reproduction through conjugation
What are Protozoans?
Heterotrophic and marine protists.
They use podia for swimming and feeding.
What are Foraminiferans
They are Heterotrophic and live in moist environments. Use pseudopods for locomotion. They reproduce by binary fission.
What are Amoebas
Unicellular marine predatory heterotroph protists. Contain symbiotic dinoflagellates
What are Radiolarians?
Unicellular autotrophic, but may eat in low light. Can detect light through phototaxis
What are euglenoids?
aquatic and autotrophs, asexual and cause red tides. These are bioluminescent
What are Dinoflagellates?
Aquatic, unicellular autotrophs. They constitute 25% of primary producers.
What are Diatoms?
Marine and unicellular, alternation generation life cycle
What are Brown algae?
Marine and plant like
What are Red Algae?
closely related to land plants, unicellular
What are Green algae?
Amoeboid feeding mass produces sporangium during times of resource shortage. Can be slime molds that act like a slug
What are Fungus?
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