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3. Eugleana 4. The contractile vacuole controls the amount of water inside of the organism.

The food vacuole on the other hand digests the food the organism consumes. 5. Ectoplasm is the cytoplasm near the cell wall. Endoplasm is the cytoplasm near the nucleolus of the cell. 6. They both have a way to move. The amoeba uses Pseudopods to move while the Euglena uses a flagellum 7. Trypanosoma, E. Histolytica, B. coli 8. Sarcodina-Pseudopods Mastigophora-Flagellum Ciliophora-Cillia 9. The form sporza at same point in their life. 10. The tapeworm shows Parasitism and the Trichonympha uses Mutualism 11. The macronucleus controls the paramecium¶s metabolism and the micronucleus is used for reproductoin. 12. When paramecia conjugate they actually mix DNA so the result will not be an exact replica of the parents. With bacteria conjugate the transfer of DNA is one way so the recipient looks identical to the donor. 13. The 2nd group. 14. If they are in light, they can use photosynthesis to obtain food. Otherwise they are heterotrophic. 15. Chlorophyta 16. 17. Diatomaceous Earth or diatomite. It is used for filtering liquid and used in cosmetics like toothpaste. 18. When the species Gymnodinium Brevis blooms it creates a toxic red cloud in the water. 19. Phaeophyta and Rhodophta 20. Algin

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