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Types of Eukarya

Animal​
Animal​

If i am correct, all animals live in the eukarya domain. there isn't one animal that isn't part if it. that is only because the domain is the most general level of classification.

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Apicomplexa​
Apicomplexa​

Domain: Eukarya Kingdom: Chromalveolata Phylum: Apicomplexa Class: Aconoidasida Order: Haemosporida Family: Plasmodiidae Genus: Plasmodium Species: Plasmodium falciparum

Archezoa​
Archezoa​

Archaea are thought to be significant in global geochemical cycling, since they comprise an estimated 20 percent of the world's biomass; however, very little is known about the domain, especially marine and deep-sea benthic varieties.

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Bikont​
Bikont​

Domain Eukarya: Life on Earth is truly very diverse. Hence, in order to easily distinguish living organisms, early scientists classified them into two kingdoms: Animalia (animal) and Plantae (plants/vegetables).

Brown Algae​
Brown Algae​

Mar. 25 Eukarya Characteristics Life Cycle Double Celled, Splitting Divide through a special form of mitosis called cryptopleuromitosis Asexual reproduction through binary fission.

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Centrohelid​
Centrohelid​

Eukarya (pronounced: u-KA-ree-a) is a combination of two Greek roots that mean "well or true" (eu - εὖ) and "nut" (karydi -ÎºÎ±Ï Ï Î´Î¹). The reference is to having cells with a nucleus (a nut).

Chromalveolata​
Chromalveolata​

Chromalveolata -> Heterokonta (Stramenopiles)-> Chrysophyta (Golden Algae) Marine, Planktonic organisms used as index fossils.

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Chromista​
Chromista​

Formerly called as Kingdom Chromista, this kingdom is one of the “newly-considered” kingdoms in the biological world (as proposed by Thomas Cavalier in 1981). This kingdom is consist of dinoflagellates, diatoms, and ciliates.

Ciliate​
Ciliate​

Domain Eukarya: Life on Earth is truly very diverse. Hence, in order to easily distinguish living organisms, early scientists classified them into two kingdoms: Animalia (animal) and Plantae (plants/vegetables).

Coccidia​
Coccidia​

Eukaryotic Microbiology: Parasites & pathogenesis The bad eukaryotes. These critters cause considerable problems in many vertebrate & invertebrate animals

Diatom​
Diatom​

All share a common ancestral trait, the presence of hair-like projections on their flagella. Their monophyletic group includes: planktonic diatoms, large multicellular marine seaweeds (brown algae or phaeophytes); and water molds, which include the pathogen responsible for the potato blight.

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Dinoflagellates​
Dinoflagellates​

"Dinoflagellates are primarily single-celled organisms variously considered algae, protozoans or, nowadays preferably, protists) that occur typically as motile cells with two flagella Text-Fig. 1). The transverse flagellum is ribbon-like, encircles the cell, is usually within a transverse furrow known as the cingulum or girdle, and is thrown into many waves.

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Dinosaur​
Dinosaur​

The dinosaur was an ancient vertebrate, and all vertebrates belong to the taxonomic domain of Eukarya. Eukarya covers all organisms in the Kingdom Animalia, as well as the Kingdoms Plantae, Fungi and Protista.

Excavata​
Excavata​

Excavata is a major supergroup of unicellular organisms belonging to the domain Eukaryota. Introduced by Thomas Cavalier-Smith in 2002 as a new phylogenetic category, it contains a variety of free-living and symbiotic forms, and also includes some important parasites of humans.

Forams​
Forams​

Eukarya (or Eukaryota) is one in the three-domain system of biological classification introduced by Carl Woese in 1990. The other two are Archaea and Bacteria. Related terms: eukaryote (noun).

Fungus​
Fungus​

Eukarya is a classification of living things that includes organisms such as the protists, fungi, plants and animals. Organisms are divided into three domains: Archaea, Bacteria and Eukarya. Domain Eukarya consists of eukaryotic organisms, which are organisms that have cells containing membrane ...

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Golden Algae​
Golden Algae​

kingdom Stramenopila Diatoms, golden algae, brown algae (including many seaweeds), and water molds General Characteristics: Unicellular (mostly) or simply multicellular (such as kelp). Many have flagellated life stages, in which case the flagella have a fringe of fine filaments.

Heterokont​
Heterokont​

Overview of the Excavata and Chromalveolata clades of the Eukarya Domain Learn with flashcards, games, and more — for free.

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Hyphochytriomycetes​
Hyphochytriomycetes​

This group may be put alternatively at the phylum, class, subclass or order level, being referred to as Hyphochytriomycota, Hyphochytriomycetes (or Hyphochytrea), Hyphochytriomycetidae (or Hyphochytridae) and Hyphochytriales, respectively.

Oomycete​
Oomycete​

eukarya>chromalveolata>heterokontae>oomycota Oomycota (o-o-mi-KO-ta) is derived from two Greek roots that mean egg (oario -Ï‰Î¬Ï Î¹Î¿) and fungus (mykes -Î¼Ï ÎºÎ·Ï‚). The reference is to the fungus-like habit of the organism and its typical oogamous sexual reproduction. Winter defined the class, Oomycetes, we gave it the ...

Opisthokont​
Opisthokont​

Start studying Bisc 163: Lab 9 Fungi & Animal Diversity 1. Learn vocabulary, terms, ... Eukarya: Unikont-Opisthokont: Fungi: Zygomycota: Rhizopus Sporangia

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Orchids​
Orchids​

The orchid is a plant, and all plants belong to the taxonomicdomain of Eukarya ,which are characterised by having cells with nuclei. Eukarya coversall organisms in the Kingdo … m Plantae, as well as the KingdomsAnimalia, Fungi and Protista.

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Plant​
Plant​

Eukarya is a classification of living things that includes organisms such as the protists, fungi, plants and animals. Organisms are divided into three domains: Archaea, Bacteria and Eukarya. Domain Eukarya consists of eukaryotic organisms, which are organisms that have cells containing membrane-bound structures called organelles.

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Protozoa​
Protozoa​

Eukarya is a classification of living things that includes organisms such as the protists, fungi, plants and animals. Organisms are divided into three domains: Archaea, Bacteria and Eukarya. Domain Eukarya consists of eukaryotic organisms, which are organisms that have cells containing membrane-bound structures called organelles.

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Radiolaria​
Radiolaria​

This system connectedly classify life into two namely Prokarya (includes bacteria) and Eukarya (includes fungi, animals, plants, chromoalveolates, rhizarians and excavates). However, recent studies revealed and provided support for the emergence of another domain: Archaea.

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