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In this lecture ´´The Protists´´ are explained. Section one is about ´´Overview´´. Initially, educator talks about protozoa and its nutrition. After that saprophytes are discussed. Then holotrophic nutrition is elaborated. Likewise, educator gives information about mixotrophy. Moving onward, protists morphology is pursued. Vacuoles are also discussed. Alongside, cytoproct is focused. Furthermore, educator reveals information about encystment and excystment. Finally, reproduction is explained.
Section two is about ''Supergroup Excavata''. Educator begins by comprehensively explaining Fornicata. Members of Fornicata bear flagella and lack mitochondria. Then Prabasalia is focused. Prabasalia is further divided into two subgroups. This is followed by elucidation of Euglenozoa.
Section three is about ''Supergroup Amoebozoa''. At first, Tubulinea is pursued. Tubulinea need moist environment. After that educator focuses Entamoebidae and tells that entamoebid lacks mitochondria. Concluding comments are given on Eumycetozoa.
Section four is about ''Supergroup Rhizaria''. Earlier in this section, Radiolaria is discussed. The skeletal morphology of Radiolaria is highly variable and often includes radiating spines that help the organisms float. Likewise, Foraminifera come under consideration. Filopodia of foraminifera are arranged in a branching network called reticulopodia.
Section five is about ''Supergroup Chromalveolata’’. Firstly, educator explains Alveolata. Then Stramenopila is focused. This is followed by Haptophyta. Next is the elucidation of supergroup Archaeplastida. Subsequently, discussion continues on Chloroplastida.