Chapter 8 � Animal-Like Protists by G2iv1V

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									Zoology - Chapter 8 – Animal-Like Protists
The kingdom ______________ is a polyphyletic group that arose about ____________ billion years ago from the ________________. The
evolutionary pathways leading to ____________ _____________ are uncertain. Protozoa are both _______________ cells and entire
_________________. Organelles specialized for the _________________ lifestyle carry out many protozoan ______________. The
_______________ is an arrangement of ____________ microtubules in the plasma membrane of many protozoa that maintains their
_____________. The cytoplasm is divided into __________ regions. The part just beneath the pellicle that is clear and firm is the
________________ and the inner part which is more fluid is the _______________. Freshwater protozoa have a specialized structure
called the _______________ _____________ to remove excess ____________. Most protozoa _____________ dissolved nutrients by
________________ _______________ or ingesting food through endocytosis in a _____________ _____________. After digestion is
complete, the vacuoles are called ________________ vacuoles and they release waste by exocytosis.
Reproduction
Both ___________ and _____________ reproduction occur among the protozoa. The simplest and most _____________ form of asexual
reproduction is ____________ ____________, where ______________ produces two nuclei that distributed into ___________ similar-
sized individuals when the cytoplasm _____________. Another form of asexual reproduction is ________________, where mitosis is
followed by the incorporation of ____________ nucleus into a cytoplasmic __________ that is much smaller than the parent cell.
______________ ______________ or schizogony occurs when a large number of _________________ cells form from the division of a
______________ protozoan.
Symbiotic Lifestyles
Many protozoa live in ______________ relationships with other organisms, often in a _________- ______________ relationship. Other
kinds of symbiosis that do not harm the host are _______________________, where one member ______________ and the second is
neither benefited nor _______________; and ________________________ is where _____________ species benefit.
Protozoan Taxonomy
Zoologists who specialize in the study of protozoa are called _______________________. Most protozoologists regard the protozoa as
_________________________, consisting of ___________ separate phyla within the Kingdom Protista. The word protozoan means
_______________ animal.
Phylum Sarcomastigophora
There are over ____________ species making this the _______________ protozoan phylum, with the following characteristics: 1. colonial
Or ___________________ 2. Movement by flagella, pseudopodia, or ______________. 3. ________________ (self-nourishing), saprozoic
(living in decaying organic mater), or __________________(gets energy from organic compounds). 4. _______________ type of nucleus,
5. _________________ or asexual reproduction. Subphylum Mastigophora: __________ or more flagella for movement. Class
Phytomastigophorea: ________________ present, mainly autotrophic, some heterotrophic, examples: ________________, Volvox,
Chlamydomonas. Euglena is a ________________ protist with each chloroplast having a _____________ to synthesize and store
polysaccharides. Euglena are directed to _________________ by a photoreceptor that is covered by a pigment shield called a __________.
Euglenoid flagellates are __________________ and reproduce by ______________ _________________. Volvox is a _______________
flagellate consisting of up to _______________ cells embedded in a matrix. Individual cells have ____________ flagella to help the volvox
roll and turn. ________________ reproduction occurs in the _________________ and ___________________ , and ________________
reproduction occurs in the fall. Some species are ___________________ (having separate sexes), and some are ________________(having
both sexes in the same colony). Marine phytomastigophoreans include the dinoflagellates, and sometimes they become so numerous with
blooms to produce ___________ blooms called ___________ _____________. Class Zoomastigophera: Members of this class lack
________________ and are __________________, and some are ________________ of humans. One of the most important species of this
class is Trypanosoma brucei which is divided into three subspecies: T.b. brucei, T. b. gambiense, and T. b. rhodesiense. The first of these
three subspecies is a __________________ of ____________________ mammals of Africa. The other two cause _______________
________________ _________________ in humans. _______________flies are intermediate ___________ and vectors of all three
subspecies. When a tsetse fly bites an ________________ human or mammal, it picks up parasites in addition to its meal of ___________.
Trypanosomes multiply ______________ in the gut of the fly for about __________ days, then migrate to the salivary glands. While in the
fly, trypanosomes transform _________ to ___________ days, through different body forms. When the infected tsetse fly bites another
vertebrate ____________, the parasites travel with salivary secretions into the ______________ of a new _____________. The parasites
multiply __________________ in the new ____________ and again transform through a number of body forms. Parasites may live in the
_____________, lymph, spleen, CNS, and cerebrospinal fluid. When the trypanosomes enter the CNS they cause apathy, ____________
dullness, and lack of coordination. ____________________ develops and the infected individual may fall ____________ during normal
_________________ activities. ______________ results from the disease occurring in the ________________ system, as well as
________________ failure, malnutrition, and other weakened conditions. If detected early it is curable, more advanced cases are _______.
Subphylum Sarcodina:
Members of this phylum are the __________________, who move and feed by _____________________. Lobopodia contain both
ectoplasm and __________________ used for movement and engulfing. Filopodia of a _____________ amoeba contain ectoplasm only
and provide constant __________ -__________ streaming that delivers food particles to the protozoan like a conveyer belt. Reticulopodia
are similar to filopodia except that they _______________ and rejoin to form a netlike of cell extensions.
Superclass Rhizopoda, Class Lobosea
These are the ______________ amoebae and are found on ______________-_______________ substrates of ___________________
ponds, lakes, and slow-moving streams where they feed on other ________________- and bacteria. They engulf by __________________,
where food is moved into a _____________ _________________. Reproduction is by ______________ _______________. There is no
known _____________ __________________. There are other members in the Rhizopoda that a have shell called a ____________, which
is a ___________________ structure that the cytoplasm secretes. It is calcareous with one or more ________________. Arcella and
Difflugia are common freshwater ______________ amoeba. All free-living amoeba are ____________ feeders, but a few are
_______________. The Entamoeba histolytica causes one form of ____________________ in humans. Amoebic dysentery is a worldwide
problem that plagues humans in ______________, __________________ conditions. Amoebic dysentery causes inflammation and
ulceration of the lower _________________ tract and ongoing ________________ that includes _____________ and ________________.
It is very _________________ and hard to control, because the amoeba can form a _____________ in the intestinal wall for protection.
Superclass Actinopoda: Foraminiferans, Heliozoans, Radiolarians
Actinopoda are ____________________, planktonic, axopodia supported by _____________________; includes ___________________
radiolarians with siliceous _____________ and ____________________ heliozoans. Foraminiferans have reticulopodia and secrete a
______________ that is made of calcium carbonate. As foraminiferans ____________, they secrete new, ______________ chambers that
remain attached to the _________________ chambers. Foram tests make up a large component of marine _________________ and their
accumulation on the ocean floor resulted in limestone and _____________ deposits. The white cliffs of Dover in England are one example
of a foram-chalk deposit. Heliozoans are _____________ amoebae that are either planktonic or ____________ attached by a stalk.
Heliozoans can be either _______________ or enclosed within a _______________ that contains openings for axopodia. Radioloarians are
planktonic _______________ and ___________________ amoebae. They can occur in _________________ form, and they have a test.
Phylum Labyrinthomorpha
These are spindle-shaped, nonamoeboid, _____________________ cells that use a _________________ motion to move. Most are
______________, and either saprozoic or ___________________ on algae.
Phylum Apicomplexa
Members of the phylum Apicomplexa are all ________________. Characteristics of this phylum include: 1. ___________ _____________
2. ______________ type of nucleus 3. No _________ and ____________, except in certain reproductive stages. 4. Life cycles that
typically include __________________ and _______________ phases. Classes Sporzoea : The most important species in the phylum
Apicomplexa are members of the class Sporozoea, which produce a resistant ________________ or oocyst following _______________
Reproduction. The life cycles of sporozoeans vary. Many are intracellular ________________, and heir life cycles have ____________
phases. Schizogony is ____________ _______________ of an asexual stage in host cells to form many more individuals, called
merrozoites, that leave the ____________ cell and ____________ many other cells. Schizogony to produce merozoites is called merogony.
Some of the merozoites undergo gametogony, which begins the _______________ phase of the life cycle. A parasite form will either
undergo ____________ ______________ to produce biflagellate microgametes that emerge from the infected ___________ cell; or a
microgamete fertilizes a macrogamete to produce a ____________ that becomes enclosed in a membranous cyst called an ____________.
The zygote undergoes ______________, and the resulting cells divide repeatedly by ___________. This process, called _____________
produces many _______________ sporozoites in the oocyst. Sporozoites infect the cells of a new ______________ after the new host
___________ and _____________ the oocyst. One sporozoan genus, Plasmodium, causes _____________ and has plagued ____________
for centuries. The Plasmodium life cycle involves ________________ and _______________ hosts. Schizogony occurs first in _________
cells and later in red ____________ cells, and gametogony also occurs in red _______________ cells. A mosquito takes in gametocytes
during a meal of ______________ and the gametocytes fuse. The ____________ penetrates the gut of the ______________ and transforms
into an oocyst. Sporogony forms _________________ sporozoites that may enter a new host when the mosquito ___________ the host.
The symptoms of malaria recur periodically and are called paroysms. _____________ and ____________ occur with the maturation of
parasites, the rupture of red blood cells, and the release of ___________ metabolites. Other members of the class Sporozoea also cause
important diseases. Coccidiosis is primarily a disease of ______________, sheep, cattle, and ____________. Cryptoporidium has become
more well known with the advent of ______________ since it causes chronic _________________ in AIDS patients. Toxoplasmosis is a
disease of ________________, including humans, and _______________. Infections occur when oocysts are ingested with __________
contaminated by _________ feces, or when ____________ containing encysted merozoites is eaten raw or poorly cooked.
Phylum Microspora
Phylum Microspora are unicellular __________________, intracellular ________________ in nearly all major animal groups. Included in
this group are several species that are parasites for ________________ ________________.
Phylum Acetospora
Phylum Acetospora are ______________________ spores and all are parasitice in ___________________.
Phylum Myxozoa
Phylum Myxozoa are all obligatory extracellular parasites in _________________ and _______________ fish. They have a resistant
___________, and they infect the ______________ system and ______________ organs of ____________ and ______________.
Pylum Ciliophora
The phylum Ciliophora includes some of the most ___________ protozoa, and found in ____________________ and ______________
environments. Characterisristics of the phylum Ciliophora include: 1. _____________ for movement and for the generation of
_______________ currents in water 2. Rigid pellicle, and fixed _____________ 3. Distinct cytosome (__________) structure 4. Dimorphic
nuclei, large ___________________ and smaller _______________. Ciliates have many unique structures, including the numerous
__________ that can be specialized for different kinds of __________________. Trichocycsts are pellicular structures used for
_____________. Some ciliates like the paramecium have a ciliated ____________ groove along one side of the body. Food is swept in by
the cilia toward the ctyopharynx where a _________ ___________ forms. Some free-living ciliates _____________ upon other protists,
and have tentacles whose secretions _________________ prey.
Genetic Control and Reproduction
Ciliates have ___________ kind of _______________. A large _______________________ that regulates daily _________________
activities. One or more smaller ______________________ control genetic material. Ciliates reproduce ________________ by binary
fission and sometimes by _________________. Ciliates reproduce _________________ by ___________________. Initial contact
between the individual ciliates is _____________, and _____________ secretions of the pellicle facilitate adhesion. Ciliate ___________
____________________then fuse and remain that way for several hours. Diploid ciliates undergo ________________ of the micronuclei
to produce haploid pronuclei that the two conjugants can exchange.
Symbiotic Ciliates
Most ciliates are _____________ living, but some are commensalistic or mutualistic, and a few are _______________. Balantintidium coli
is an important __________________ ciliate that lives in the large ________________ of humans, ____________, and other mammals. It
produces proteolytic __________________ that digest host epithelium causing an ulcer. It is passed from one _________ to another in
cysts that form as feces begin to dehydrate in the large _________________. Fecal contamination of ___________ or ____________ is the
most common form of transmission.
Precise evolutionary relationships are difficult to determine for the ________________. The _____________ _____________ is sparse.
Ribosomal ____________ sequence comparisons show that each of the ________ protozoan phylum probably had separate __________.

								
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