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ACTINOPODS From the Phylum Actinopoda
BASIC DESCRIPTION Unicellular protists Mostly marine plankton organisms Have axopods that protrude through pores in their shells Axopods are strengthened by a cluster or microtubules
WHAT DO THEY EAT? Unicellular algae
HOW DO THEY EAT? Actinopods use axopods to trap prey Prey becomes entangled in axopods & is later engulfed outside the main body Cytoplasmic streaming carries prey back within the shell
DO THEY PHOTOSYNTHESIZE? Yes Photosynthesize through algal endosymbionts
REPRODUCTION By binary fission or budding
MOVEMENT Some produce flagellated reproductive cells
RADIOLARIANS Classified as an Actinopod Some Actinopods secrete shells made of silica, which are known as radiolarians Radiolarians are usually not visible to a light microsope
PROTISTS AND FUNGI. Commonalities / Differences in the Protist Kingdom All are eukaryotes (cells with nuclei). Live in moist surroundings. Unicellular.
Protozoans – The Animal-like Protists. Animal-like Protists Unicellular Consumers Usually produce asexually, but may also produce sexually. Live in or.
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