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Diversity of LIfe

Discussion in 'DAT Discussions' started by Jaba, May 26, 2008.

  1. Jaba

    Jaba S.mutans

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    In the Bio book I have come across this stuff again:

    Diplomonadida, parabasala, euglenozoa, alveolata, stramenopila, cercozoa, radiolaria, amoebozoa and a lot of other species.

    How important is this stuff to have for the DAT? i mean I get the basic concepts of the Moneral, Plantae, Animalia, Protista and fungi, but I really dont have a clue going into depth (except for animalia and maybe plantae).

    I learned it in undergrad in 1st year, and I can say now that this was just one massive memorization game.
     
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