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Protists
unicellular, colonia or simple multicellular
colony
loosely connected groups of cells
coenocytic
multinucleate mass of cytoplasm
Protist's variation of motility
-pseudopodia (cytoplasmic extensions)
-flexing individual cells
-gliding
-cilia
-flagella
zooflagellates
-use flagella
-heterotrophic
-unicellular
-ingestors
Diplomonads
-type of zooflagellate
-mo mitochondria & golgi (anaerobic)
Guardia- parasitic diplomonad
Trichonymphs
-live in termites guts
-type of zooflagellate
-lack mitochondria but have golgi
-enable termites to digest cellulose
Trypanosomes
-type of zooflagellate
-1 flagella
-causes African sleeping sickness
Choanoflagellate
-collared zooflagellates
-single flagellum surronded by a collar.
-anestors of sponges
Ciliates
-protozoan group
-phagocytosis for food
-contractile vacoules
-macro and micronucleus
ex: paramecium
contractile vacoule
-control water regulation
-expels excess water
Micronuclei
diploid
reproduction
Macronucleus
polyploid
cell metabolism & growth
Apicomplexans
protozoan group
parasitic
flex & glide
ex: plasmodium (causes malaria)
Cercozoa
have outer shells (tests) that have cytoplasmic projections
Foraminiferans
-type of cercozoa
-have conspicuos tests
-White cliffs of Dover in England
Actinopods
-type of cercozoa
-axopods (ctyoplasmic projections) are conspicuos
Ameobozoa
-lobose pseudopodia ("false foot)
-phagoctyosis
lobose
rounded and wide