Asked in Botany or Plant Biology
Botany or Plant Biology
Is the phylum euglena gracilis autotrophic or heterotrophic?
Asked in Protozoa
What is the classification of an Euglena Gracilis within the Kingdom Protista?
the full classifcation of Euglena Gracilis as i understand it is as follows domain - eukarya kingdom - protista subkindom - euglenozol phylum - euglenoidea class - mastlyophora subclass - phytomastigia order - euglenoidida family - Euglenoidae genus - Euglena Species - Euglena gracilis ...
Asked in Protozoa
What are the phyla of Protozoa?
Kingdom heterotrophic protozoaSubkingdom Sarcomastigota Phylum Amoebozoa Phylum Choanozoa Subkingdom Biciliata Phylum Apusozoa Phylum Heliozoa Infrakingdom Rhizaria Phylum Cercozoa Phylum Foraminifera Phylum Radiozoa Infrakingdom Excavata Phylum Loukozoa Phylum Percolozoa Phylum Euglenozoa Phylum Metamonada Infrakingdom Alveolata Phylum Myzozoa Phylum Ciliophora ...
Asked in Biology
Phylum of euglena?
Euglena is a genus of unicellular flagellate protists. It is the best known and most widely studied member of the phylum Euglenozoa (also known as Euglenophyta), a diverse group containing some 44 genera and at least 800 species Domain: Eukaryota Kingdom: Protista Superphylum: Discoba Phylum: Euglenozoa Class: Euglenoidea Order: Euglenales Family: Euglenaceae Genus: Euglena Ehrenberg, 1830 ...
Asked in Protozoa
Functions of the different parts of euglena?
Euglena are unicellular organisms classified into the Kingdom Protista, and the Phylum Euglenophyta. All euglena have chloroplasts and can make their own food by photosynthesis. They are not completely autotrophic though, euglena can also absorb food from their environment; euglena usually live in quiet ponds or puddles. Euglena move by a flagellum (plural ' flagella), which is a long whip-like structure that acts like a little motor. The flagellum is located on the anterior (front) end, and twirls in such a way as...
Asked in Taxonomy
What does phylum mastigophora used for locomotion?
from what I was taught mastigophora locomotion is flagellum and a type of mastigophora is the Euglena. hope this was a help to you ...
Asked in Zoology or Animal Biology
Classification of invertibrates?
Invertebrates have nucleated cells and are thus eukaryotes (Domain Eukarya in the Empire of Life). They are multicellular and heterotrophic and thus animalian (Kingdom Animalia). Edward O. Wilson is what one calls a 'splitter' in taxonomy and has split the animal kingdom into about 85 phyla. Most other taxonomists think there are somewhere in the thirties in the realm of 'How many phyla are there ?' Some invertebrate animal phyla are: Phylum Porifera, Phylum Cnidaria, Phylum Ctenophora, Phylum Platyhelminthes, Phylum Annelida, Phylum Mollusca,...
Asked in Centipedes
What is a worm classified as?
Worms have nucleated cells and are thus eukaryotes (Domain Eukarya). They are multicellular and heterotrophic, which makes them animals (Kingdom Animalia). There are several phyla of worms in the animal kingdom. Turbellarians, monogeneans, planarians (flatworms) and tapeworms are platyhelminths/flatworms, Phylum Platyhelminthes. Earthworms, polychaetes and leeches come are annelids, Phylum Annelida. Acorn worms are hemichordates, Phylum Hemichordata. Spoonworms are echiurans, Phylum Echiura. Peanut worms are sipunculans, Phylum Sipuncula. Nematode worms come from the Phylum Nematoda. There are also the following phyla of wormlike animals: Phylum Priapulida, Phylum Acanthocephala (thorny...
Asked in Zoology or Animal Biology, Protists
Are dinoflagellates photosynthetic or heterotrophic?
Dinoflagellates are protists that fall under the phylum dinoflagellata. Most do some photosynthesis, but not all; some of the dinoflagellates that photosynthesize also consume prey. ...
Is euglena a plant cell or animal cell?
It is neither a plant nor animal actually. It is really in the protista kingdom because it is a protozoa. Domain: Eukaryota Kingdom: Protista (unranked): Excavata Phylum: Euglenophyta Class: Euglenoidea Order: Euglenales Family: Euglenaceae Genus: Euglena Your mama ...
Asked in Botany or Plant Biology, Protozoa
What would you classify a euglena?
Domain: Eukaryote Kingdom: Excavata Superphylum: Discoba Phylum: Euglenozoa Class: Euglenoidea Order: Euglenales Family: Euglenaceae Genus: Euglena For the source and more detailed information concerning your request, click on the related links section (Answers.com) indicated directly below this answer section. ...