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characteristics and examplesphylogenic namemain group
modified bact. and no plasmids (trichomonas vaginallis)Protist - Excavata
group of photoautotrophs that are plant-likeBacteria
uses H2 and CO2 to make methaneArchaea
purple - thick layer of peptidoglycanBacteria
most common in forming mycorrhizae relationshipsFungi
mushroomsFungi
flagella with crystalline rodProtist - Excavata
'hairy' flagellum (ex. diatoms (silica walls), golden algae, brown algae ('seaweed'))Protist - Chromalveolata - ^^
'sac fungi'Fungi
pink - thin layer of peptidoglycan, has phospholipidsBacteria
lives in very hot environmentsArchaea
prossess membrane bound sac beneath membrane (ex. dinoflagellates ('red tide'), apicomplexa (malaria), ciliates (paramecium)Protist - Chromalveolata -evolved by secondary endosymbiosis
lobe-shaped pseduopods (gymnamoebas, entameobas, and slime molds)Protist - Unikonta
characteristics and examplesphylogenic namemain group
group that includes the bacterium that causes anthrax and the bacteria that produces the botulism toxinBacteria
have flagellumFungi
type of proteobacteria that causes stomach ulcersBacteria
Parasitic bact. that causes the most common STD in the USbacteria
supergroup that includes: forams (calcium carbonate shells - white cliffs of Dover) radiolariansProtist
typical fungus found on foodFungi
modified bacteria and no plasmids (giardia)Protist -Excavata
called 'sulfur bact.' because they carry out a type of photosynthesis that involves oxidizing H2St Bacteria
Supergroup that includes amoebozoans, fungi, animals and choanoflagellatesProtist Supergroup
only bacteria that lacks cell walls; tiniest of cellsBacteria
monophyletic group that descended from ancient protists that engulfed a cyanobacteria - ex. red and green algae ('seaweed'), charaphytes (closely related to land plants) and land pProtist Supergroup
use rotating flagellum to move spirally; cause of syphillis and Lyme's diseaseBacteria
lives in very salty enviromentsArchaea

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