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class granuloreticulosa(foramiferans)
-ameba
-shell
-test made of calcium carbonate filled with tiny holes
class actinopoda-(radiolarians)
-shelled amebas made of silica test
pseudopodia looks like spikes
phylum chlorophyta-algae
-phyto flagalets
-has two flaggellas of equal length.
volvox
-any colonial
-freshwater green algae forming a hollow, greenish sphere of flagellated cells.
phylum euglenozoa
freshwater organisms of the genus Euglena, characterized by the presence of
-chlorophyll,
-stigma
-a single anterior flagellum.
-able to convert to
-heterotrphic if in dark
zoaoflaggelates
flagellated protist that ingests food and lacks chlorophyll.
Try·pan·o·so·ma
A genus of parasitic flagellate protozoa of the family Trypanosomatidae, transmitted to the vertebrate bloodstream, lymph, and spinal fluid by certain insects and often causing diseases such as sleeping sickness in humans and various other diseases in domesticated animals.
T=species brucei
type of tryponsoma
-intercellular blood parasite of man
-african sleeping sickness
-tsetse fly is the vector
-kills
T=species cruzi
type of tryponsoma
-intercellular
-causes chagas disease
-vector:kissing bugs
-causes megacolon.
T=leishmania
-causes leishmania
-wide spread all over america
-two forms cutaneous(oriental sore)
-visceral(kalazzar)
-vector:sandflies
phylum retortamonada
-include parasites
-EX GIARDIA
Species Giardia Lamblia
-bever fever
-lives in intestine
-attacks mucus linning and causes massive diahrea
phylum apicomplexa
-internal parasite
-intracellular
-apical complex allows to get into organisms
-free living goes into spore stage
plasmodium
malaria
phylum cilophora-ciliates
-percise movement
-macro & micro nucleus
paramecium
-freshwater
-spirals through water
-asexual-transverse fission
-sexual-conjugation
stentor
sessile trumpet shape, has cillia
vorticella
permanetly sessile