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Protista - Animal Form, Function and Diversity - Lab Handout

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Post: January 11th, 2013
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Its the important key points of Animal Form, Function and Diversity are: Protista, Single-Celled Eukaryotic Organisms, Plantae and Animalia, Three General Categories, Classification of Protista, Theory of Endosymbiosis, Monophyletic Groups, Foraminifera
Its the important key points of Animal Form, Function and Diversity are: Protista, Single-Celled Eukaryotic Organisms, Plantae and Animalia, Three General Categories, Classification of Protista, Theory of Endosymbiosis, Monophyletic Groups, Foraminifera
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BIOLOGY FOR MAJORS II: Animal:FFD LAB: Protista Living organisms are grouped into three general categories called domains: Bacteria, Archaea, and Eukarya. The eukaryotes are currently divided into four kingdoms: Protista, Fungi, Plantae and Animalia. Currently, the classification of the protista is in a state of flux and new evidence seems to indicate that the protists are not monophyletic (share a common ancestor exclusive to protists) and may contain several kingdoms within it. However, we will look at protists as having some unifying characteristics. The Protista (“First of all”) is composed of predominantly single-celled eukaryotic organisms dating back 1.5 billion years. There are more than 200,000 species within this diverse group. Protists are usually unicellular with intracellular specialization where the organelles divide the “labor” within the cell ( however, some are colonial or multicellular). Most Protists reproduce asexually and in some cases, sexually. Protists r..

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