Phylum sarcomastigophora - protozoan, Biology

Phylum Sarcomastigophora

Locomotory organelles - flagella, pseudopodia or both types, usually with one type of nucleus; typically no spore formation, sexual reproduction through syngamy.

  • Subphylum Mastigophora
  1. Class - Phytomastigophorea
  2. Class - Zoomastigophorea
  • Subphylum Opalinata
  • Subphylum Sarcodina
  1. Superclass - Rhizopoda
  2. Superclass - Actinopoda
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