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  1. 3 features of P. Euglenozoa
    1-2 anterior flagella arise from a pit

    a paraflagellar rod

    mitochondrial cristae are discord
  2. Type of Euglenoidea
    Euglena
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    Euglena
  4. Classes of P. Euglenozoa
    C. Euglenoidea

    C. Kinetoplastia
  5. Type of Kientoplastida
    g. Trypanosoma
  6. - Seen between red blood cells

    - Flagellum attached to the by undulating membrane

    - causes "sleeping sickness"

    - transmitted by tsetse fly
    Tryptanosoma
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    Tryptanosoma
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    "K" = ?
    The Kinetoplast
  9. Phylum Clorophyta

    Order Volvocida

    2 Facts
    1. Common in freshwater ponds

    2. The increase in colonial complexity may show how multicellular organisms may have developed.
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    Note: Nucleus
    Note: 2 Flagella
    g. Chlamydomonas

    P. Chlorophyta
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    16 cells
    PANDORINA

    p. Chlorophyta
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    32 cells
    Eudorina

    • p. Chlorophyta
    • o. volvocita
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    Note: zygospore, egg
    Volvox

    • p. Chlorophya
    • o. Vovocida
  14. Steph's Mnemonic on the P. Chlorophyta

    Chlamydonas, Pandorina, Eudorina, Volvox
    Chlamydomonas - sounds like chlamidia, takes 2 to get, got 2 flagella

    Pandorina - has 16 cells - 16y.olds always getting into stuff, opening pandora's box

    Eudorina - Pandorina's older 32y.old sister

    Volvox - Sounds like sex - sexual stages seen, zygospore thick spiny walls.
  15. P. Axostylata

    2 facts
    Have bundle of microtubules called axostyle

    found in the gut of termites, and in the reproductive and digestive tract of humans
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    Looks like....
    Thichomonas
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    Note: Apical cap, flagella, nucleus
    Trichonymphay

    p. Axostylata

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