Groove on one side (some have modified mitochondria)
May have originated by sec. endosymbiosis; includes some of the most important photsynthetic organisms on earth.
Species of amoeba which have pseudopodia (used in movement)
include red and green algae
includes amoebas that have lobe- or tube- shaped pseudopodia
Cite 4 examples of structural and functional diversity among protists.
-unicellular, colonial, or multicellular -photoautotrophs, heterotrophs, and mixotrophs -produce asexually, sexually, or both -diverse physical forms and adaptations
Summarize the role of endosymbiosis in eukaryotic evolution
strong evidence shows that eukaryotes acquired mitochondria after an early eukaryote first engulfed and then formed an endosymbiotic association with an alpha proteobacterium. Sililarly, chloroplasts in red and green algae appear to have descended from a photsynthetic cyanobacterium that was engulfed by an ancient hetertrophic eukaryote. SEcondaru endosymbiosis also played an important role: Various protist lineages acquired plastids by engulfing unicellular red or green algae.
Why do some biologists describe the mitochondria of diplomonads and parabasalids as "highly reduced?"
Their mitochondria do not have an electron trasnport chain and so cannot funciton in aerobic respiration.
Alternation of Generations
the alternation of multicellular haploid and diploid forms.
the sporophytes and gametophytes are structurally different
the s-phytes and g-phyts look similar, but differ in chromosome number
Protists that are surrounded by more than two membranes are evidence of: a. evolution from mitochondria b.fusion of plastids c. origin of the plastids from archaea d. secondary endosymbiosis e. budding of the plastids from the nuclear envelope
d. secondary endosymbiosis
Biologists suspect that endosymbiosis gave rise to mitochondria before plastids because:
all eukaryotes have mitochondria (or their remnants) whereas many eularyotes do not have plastids
Which group is incorrectly paired with its description: a. rhizarians- morphologically diverse group define by dna similarities b. diatoms- important producers in aquatic communities c. red algae- acquired plastids by secondary endosymbiosis d. apicomplexans- parasites with intricate life cycles e. diplomonads- protists with modified mitochondria
red algae did not acquire plastids by secondary endosymbiosis
Which protists are in the same eukaryotic supergroup as land plants?
green and red algae
In life cycles with an alternation of generations, multicellular haploid forms alternate with