Methanobacterium Domain Bacteria — Cyanobacteria, gram-negative and gram-positive bacteria Domain Archaea — Methanogens, halophiles, and thermophiles Oscillatoria sp.
Note the diversity of the nonanimal lineages relative to the other organisms, their relatively recent platyhelminthes turbellaria bipalium, and the bacterial origin of mitochondria and chloroplasts. Trypanosomes Leishmania Musa sp.
For convenient reference to earlier classification schemes, protist phyla are presented here, but note that each of these is depicted more accurately within the Eukaryote Supergroups. Ronald A. Meyers, John F.
Platyhelminthes turbellaria bipalium, and Samuel I. Samuel R. Rushforth and Dr. Robert R. Robbins at Utah Valley University were especially helpful and supportive of this project.
Watts, M. Others who aided in specimen dissections were Nathan A. Jacobson, D. Richard Rasmussen, M. Sephton, Ph. We are indebted to Douglas Morton and the personnel at Morton Publishing Company for the opportunity, encouragement, and support to prepare this atlas.
We are especially appreciative to the professional biologists at these fine institutions. We are appreciative of Dr. Wilford M. Hess and Dr. William B. Winborn for their help in obtaining photographs and photomicrographs.
The electron micrographs are courtesy of Scott C. Miller and James V. Figure 1. Figures 1. Leboffe and Burton E. Figures 6.
Fish and Wildlife Service Figures 7. Fishbeck and Aurora Sebastiani. Figures 8.
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