The Eukaryotes

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The Eukaryotes
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2011-09-13 21:20:35
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Fungi algae protozoa helminths
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  1. Protozoa
    • Protist-Kingdom
    • Chemoheterotroph-cant make thier own food
    • Single celled-no cell wall
    • Trophozoite and cyst stage
  2. Schizogony
    Asexual repro-one cell becomes a whole bunhc of cells.
  3. Budding Reporduction
    A bunch of cells and one pinches off and grows
  4. Archaezoa
    • eukaryotes lackin mitochondria
    • has mitosome
    • spindal shaped with fagella from front of cell
    • Garida and discharge & smell (female)
    • lives in intestine
  5. Amoebozoa
    • Has pseuopods for movement-crawling
    • lives in intestine-amoebic dysentery
    • fecal smear detection
  6. Microspora
    • No mitochodria just MITOSOME
    • Not mobile-makes spores
  7. Apicomplexa
    • Host cell penitration
    • Complex life cycle(asexual and sexual)
    • Ex-plasmodium, cyclospora
  8. Ciliophora
    • Move by cilia
    • Trophozoa and cyst stage
    • Kidney shaped nucleous
    • Breaks down proteins anywhere
    • Fecal smear identification
  9. Euglenozoa
    • Move by flagella
    • Photoautotroph-self feeding photosythesizer
  10. Hemoflagellates
    • Move by undulating membrane
    • transmitted by insect bite
  11. Helminths
    • Animalia kingdom
    • Egg and animal stage
    • Chemoheterotroph
    • Platyelminthes-flatworms(fluke-tapeworm)
    • Nematoda-roundworm
  12. Intermediate host
    • Asexual reproduction
    • Egg/larval maturation
  13. Definative host
    • Sexual reproduction
    • Egg released adult parasite
  14. Monoecious
    Male and female parts in one animal
  15. Dioecious
    Seperate reproduction male and female independent bodies
  16. Trematodes (flukes)
    • Has hook or barbe for stability
    • Monoesious (all in one)
    • Lung, Liver, Blood fluke
    • Schistosoma mansoni
  17. Cestodes
    • Tapeworm
    • Monoecious
    • No cell wall to absorb food
    • Scolex-suckers used for attachment
    • Proglottids-segments of body eahc one has egg & testis

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