Cercozoans, Radiolarians, Amoebas, and red and green algae<br />
Cercozoans<br />This is a newly formed clade.<br />It contains a diversity of amoebas, which have been defined as eukaryot...
Examples<br />Globigerina                            Radiolarian<br />The test (shell) gathers at bottom of oceans to form...
Amoebazoans<br />This clade contains what we traditionally refer to as amoebas, such as gymnamoebasand entamoebas.<br />Th...
Gymnamoebas<br />This traditional view of an amoeba has lobe shaped pseudopodia instead of thread like pseudopdia instead ...
Example<br />Pseudopodia<br />
Entamoebas<br />These are parasites, unlike your typical amoeba which is free roaming.<br />They infect all forms of verte...
Slime Molds<br />These are split into two groupings:<br />Plasmodial slime molds<br />Cellular slime molds<br />Both have ...
Plasmodial Slime life cycle <br />
Cellular Slime life cycle <br />
Examples<br />
Red algae and green algae<br />These are the closest relatives to land plants.<br />They arose due to endosymbiosis, which...
Red algae<br />Contains red pigment due to it needing to collect blue and green light for photosythesis.<br />Its pigment ...
Example<br />
Green algae<br /> They are very close relatives of land plans.<br />These are split up into two groups:<br />Chlorophytes<...
Green Algae Levels of Complexity<br />Formation of single cell colonies. (simplest)<br />Repeated division of nuclei with ...
Examples<br />Ulva: <br />Most complex<br />Caulerpa:  more complex<br />Volvox: simplest<br />
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Cercozoans, Radiolarians, Amoebas, And Red

  1. 1. Cercozoans, Radiolarians, Amoebas, and red and green algae<br />
  2. 2. Cercozoans<br />This is a newly formed clade.<br />It contains a diversity of amoebas, which have been defined as eukaryotic cells containing pseudopodia, or thread like extensions that bulge from the cell surface.<br />Radiolarians are a newly formed clade, closely related the cercozoans, they also have pseudopodia nut test made of silica instead organic compounds. Both are water dwelling.<br />
  3. 3. Examples<br />Globigerina Radiolarian<br />The test (shell) gathers at bottom of oceans to form thick ooze<br />
  4. 4. Amoebazoans<br />This clade contains what we traditionally refer to as amoebas, such as gymnamoebasand entamoebas.<br />This clade also contains slime molds.<br />
  5. 5. Gymnamoebas<br />This traditional view of an amoeba has lobe shaped pseudopodia instead of thread like pseudopdia instead of the thread like pseudopodia of cercozoans and radiolarians.<br />They are ubiquitous; they live on land and sea.<br />Mostly they heterotrophs, actively seeking and consuming bacteria<br />
  6. 6. Example<br />Pseudopodia<br />
  7. 7. Entamoebas<br />These are parasites, unlike your typical amoeba which is free roaming.<br />They infect all forms of vertebrates.<br />Entamoebahistolytica<br />
  8. 8. Slime Molds<br />These are split into two groupings:<br />Plasmodial slime molds<br />Cellular slime molds<br />Both have typical amoeba behaviors<br />The difference between these two lies in their distinctive life cycles. In which Plasmodial slime molds spend most of their life in an diploid stage; Cellular slime mold a haploid stage.<br />
  9. 9. Plasmodial Slime life cycle <br />
  10. 10. Cellular Slime life cycle <br />
  11. 11. Examples<br />
  12. 12. Red algae and green algae<br />These are the closest relatives to land plants.<br />They arose due to endosymbiosis, which means a heterotrophic protistaquired a bacterial symbiont that used photosynthesis.<br />
  13. 13. Red algae<br />Contains red pigment due to it needing to collect blue and green light for photosythesis.<br />Its pigment can change though depending on depth.<br />This protist is located in warm coastal water of tropical oceans.<br />They are multicellular.<br />
  14. 14. Example<br />
  15. 15. Green algae<br /> They are very close relatives of land plans.<br />These are split up into two groups:<br />Chlorophytes<br />Charophyceans<br />They can multicellular or unicellular. They are usually seen in freshwater as plankton, but they can be more plant like.<br />
  16. 16. Green Algae Levels of Complexity<br />Formation of single cell colonies. (simplest)<br />Repeated division of nuclei with no cytoplasmic division. (more complex)<br />Finally a true multicellular organism with cell division and cell differentation. (most complex<br />
  17. 17. Examples<br />Ulva: <br />Most complex<br />Caulerpa: more complex<br />Volvox: simplest<br />

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