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DINOFLAGELLATES
oldest and most primitive;single-celled
marine planktons; create red tides
have tests; 2 flagella; bioluminescent
No meoisis, mitosis, sexual reproduction
dinosours
algae
CHRYSOPHYTES
"Golden Algae & Diatoms"
tests made of silicia
fresh water planktons
only marine are diatioms
form cysts to resist cold & dessication
reproduce sexually using meoisis
2 asexual ways: swarmer or mature colony splits(mitosis)
algae
EUGLENOPHYTES
life-detecting eye-spots
no cell wall
no startch storage
asexual
close to trypanosomes
heterotrophic in dark
autotrophic in light
algae
PHAEOPHYTES
"Brown Algae"
Kelps
sexual reproduction
chlorophyll A and C
do not synthesize starch
algae
alRHODOPHYTES
"Red Aalgae"
seaweed
marine and tropical
sexual reproduction
cell walls contain a polysaccharide (slippery)such as agar and carrageenan (stabilizer)
algae
CHLOROPHYTES
"Green Algae"
ancestral to land plants
chlorophyll A & B
make starch and store in chloroplasts
single or multicellular colonies
plankton and aquatic
algae