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Zoomastigina
(zooflagellates) phylum move by a flagella
Sarcodina
(pseudopods) phylum Moves by pseudopods sometimes called "false feet"
Ameoba
Phylum Sarcodina
Entamoeba
Phylum Sarcodina
causes amoebic dysentery or the "revenge" which is a bad case of diarrhea
Phylum Sarcodina
Tripanasoma
Phylum zooflagellates
found in the TseTse fly, causes Aftrican sleeping sickness
Ciliaphora
(ciliates) Phylum move by short, hair like projections called cilia
paramecium
Phylum Ciliaphora
Sporozoa
(sporozoans) Phylum nonmotile- they dont move
Plasmodium
Phylum Sporozoa
found in the Anopheles mosquito- causes malaria
Pyrrophyta
(dinoflagellates) Phylum unicellular have 2 flagella, luminescent and cause 'red tides'
Chrysophyta
(golden algae) phylum unicellular contain golden colored chloroplast
Euglenaphyta
(euglenas) phylum unicellular contain 2 flagella, but no cell wall
Euglena
Phylum Euglenaphyta
can be both autotrophich and hetertrophic
Bacillariphyta
(diatoms) phylum unicellular produce thin, delicate cell walls of silicon
Chlorophyta
(green algae) phylum multicellular widespread, live as single cells, in colonies or may be multicellular