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Excavates
-Protista lack mitochondria
-Include Diplomonads, Parabasalids and Trichomonads
Phylum Hypermastigs
-Singled celled organisms w/lots of flagella arranged in circular, longitudinal or spiral rows
-Excavates
-Important symbionts in guts of wood-eating insects
Discicristates
-photoautrophic and heterotrophic
-Free-living and parasitic
-Mictochondria w/inner membranes arranged as disks
-Include kinetoplastids and Euglenophyta
Phylum Euglenophyta
-Freshwater protist
-Grass-green color from chlorophyll b
-Elongate cells w/an apical depression called a gullet from which one flagellum emerges
-Capable of changing shapes by a process called metaboly
Amoebozoa
-include lobose amoebas, plasmodial and dictyostelid slime molds
-ingestive heterotrophs
Phylum Gymnamoeba
-Lobose amoebas
-Continuously changes shape from formation of pseudopodia
Pseudopodia
Fingerlike extensions of the protoplasm used in movement and capture of prey
Phylum Myxogastrida (plasmodial slime molds)
-Have an amoeboid
-Phagocytic stages
-Fruiting bodies on stalks
-Form a plasmodium
Cercozoa
-Singled-celled amoeboid organisms
-Ingestive heterotrophs
-Projecting branching pseudopods out of tests
-Include radiolarians and foraminifera
Radiolarians
-Cercozoa
-Amoeba-like cells that live in siliceous tests