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After the fungi, came the Alveolata, a class of protists, some marine and some terrestrial. The class, Alveolata, previously known as Protozoa, contains about 4,000 species (as of 2008). Most organisms in Alveolata are very small, about 1-5 µm in size. Most modern Alveolata tend to have three types of cytoplasm organized around a central vacuole. These include internal adherent organelles such as a nucleus, a mitochondrion, or a sarcosome, in addition to an external DNA-containing coccoid form. The amoebo-flagellate Cercozoa are considered the best examples of DNA-containing and chromosome-containing eukaryotes. The amoebae of the genus Physarum are used as models in cell biology. Amoebae (including members of the species Physarum), have been argued to be a defining characteristic of Alveolata, in much the same way that eukaryotic cells contain nuclei; many protists have been suggested as the closest relative of Alveolata. However, recent molecular phylogenetic analyses have suggested that Cercozoa are more closely related to the Opisthokonta, with the Amoebozoa being paraphyletic with respect to both the other Alveolata and the Opisthokonta.
The Protozoa, or ciliates, are a large class of unicellular eukaryotes often called the Infusoria. These organisms form colonies and move by gliding or swimming using cilia. The main distinction between Protozoa and the Alveolata is the possession of motile cilia with a chloroplastic endosymbiont. The Chlorophyta contain phytoplanktonic species and the Labyrinthulida encompass "free-living" amoebae such as the genera Reclinomonas and Rhizamoeba. The two Chlorophyta classes, the Prasinophyceae and Scenedesmophyceae, are specialized to use photosystem II for photosynthesis. The Nostocales includes the genera Nostoc,
defer="defer" is not required while registering receiver. Q: How to write "I like your country" in Korean I've been given an assignment from my teacher to translate a text to Korean. I've looked hard enough on Internet and couldn't find answer for this. The text is: "I like your country" How is translated? Is it "저는 제 국가 좋아해." Or something different? A: I think I understand well what you mean. I’d say “「저는 제 국가 멋지군.」 is a pretty good translation in this case. A: It might be "님은 가지는 국가이 제 것을 멋지게 알지 못하냐" (I cannot get you see), although I am not sure that's a correct translation. d2c66b5586