Organisms of the Kingdom Protista

Kerstin Hoef-Emden a1960563 at athena.rrz.Uni-Koeln.DE
Mon Jan 13 07:28:30 EST 1997


CPTRWIZ (yapp at athenet.net) wrote:
: I am currently working on a report and I am in desperate need of a list, or
: at least a few examples, of the organisms of the Phyla Pyrrophyta,
: Euglenophyta, Chrysophyta, Zoomastigina, Sarcodina, Apicomplexa, and
: Ciliophora in the Kingdom Protista.  Like I said earlier, I at least need
: the names of a few organisms from each phylum.  Any help would be great. 
: Thank you very much for your time and help.

Try to have a look into the "Handbook of Protoctista" (1990) by Margulis, 
M., Corliss, J.O., Melkonian, M. and Chapman, D.J. (eds.), Jones and 
Bartlett Publishers, London.
It is a huge book about the different phyla of protists and algae and 
should give you a lot of answers to a lot of questions. Another book for 
predominantly photosnthetic phyla is: "Algae - An Introduction to 
Phycology" by Hoek, C. van den, Mann, D.G. and Jahns, H.M. (1995), 
Cambridge University Press. This will give you information about 
euglenophytes and chrysophytes.



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