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  Euglenozoa - Wikivisual
The Euglenozoa are a large group of flagellate protozoa, dominated by the euglenids and kinetoplastids.
All Euglenozoa have mitochondria with discoid cristae, which in the kinetoplastids characteristically have a DNA-containing granule or kinetoplast associated with the flagellar bases.
The monophyly of the Euglenozoa is generally accepted, and they are believed to be related to the Percolozoa and other excavate flagellates.
en.wikivisual.com /index.php/Euglenozoa   (344 words)

  
  Euglenozoa - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Euglenozoa are a large group of flagellate protozoa, dominated by the euglenids and kinetoplastids.
All Euglenozoa have mitochondria with discoid cristae, which in the kinetoplastids characteristically have a DNA-containing granule or kinetoplast associated with the flagellar bases.
The monophyly of the Euglenozoa is generally accepted, and they are believed to be related to the Percolozoa and other excavate flagellates.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Euglenozoa   (348 words)

  
 Euglenozoa - Wikipedia
The Euglenozoa comprise a few major groups of flagellate protozoa whose relationships to one another have only recently been recognized: the kinetoplastids, the euglenids, the diplonemids and possibly a few other forms.
Most euglenozoa have two flagella, usually one leading and one trailing, that insert parallel to each other in an anterior pocket.
All euglenozoa have mitochondria with discoid cristae, and are possibly distant relatives of other such groups - eg Heterolobosea, Stephanopogon.
nostalgia.wikipedia.org /wiki/Euglenozoa   (281 words)

  
 Euglenozoa: Encyclopedia topic   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Euglenozoa are a large group of flagellate protozoa (flagellate protozoa: more facts about this subject), dominated by the euglenid (euglenid: Marine and freshwater green or colorless flagellate organism) s and kinetoplastid (kinetoplastid: more facts about this subject) s.
Most Euglenozoa feed by ingesting smaller organisms, typically bacteria (bacteria: (microbiology) single-celled or noncellular spherical or spiral or rod-shaped organisms lacking chlorophyll that reproduce by fission; important as pathogens and for biochemical properties; taxonomy is difficult; often considered plants), or by absorption.
The monophyly of the Euglenozoa is generally accepted, and they are believed to be related to the Percolozoa (Percolozoa: more facts about this subject) and other excavate (excavate: more facts about this subject) flagellates.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /reference/euglenozoa   (490 words)

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