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How do you find the volume of a primitive cell?
Therefore, the volume V of the primitive unit cell is given by V = 1/n where n is the density of points.
What is Centred unit cell?
Centered Unit Cells. Centered Unit Cells. If the constituent particles of a crystal lattice are present at positions other than corners in addition to those at corners, it is known as centered unit cell.
What type of cell is more complex?
Which type of cell is simple and primitive?
Terms in this set (17) A type of cell with no nucleus; most primitive, very simple; the most familiar example of prokaryotes is bacteria. A type of cell with a nucleus; very complex, large in comparison to prokaryotic cells; examples of eukaryotic cells are animal cells, plant cells, and some protists.
What are some common examples of protists?
Examples of protists include: amoebas (including nucleariids and Foraminifera); choanaflagellates; ciliates; diatoms; dinoflagellates; Giardia; Plasmodium (which causes malaria); oomycetes (including Phytophthora, the cause of the Great Famine of Ireland); and slime molds.
What are the most important protists?
The protists include plant-like organisms such as algae, animal-like organisms such as amoebas, and fungus-like organisms such as slime molds. They are also very important to us. The microscopic, plant-like organisms produce about 30% to 50% of all oxygen on Earth.
What are the 4 major groups of protists?
Major Groups of Protists
- Chrysophytes. This group comprises of the diatoms and golden algae (desmids).
- Dianoflagellates. These organisms are usually marine and photosynthetic.
- Euglenoids. These are mostly freshwater organisms.
- Slime Moulds. Slime moulds are saprophytic protists.
Where can we find protists?
Most protists can be found in moist and wet areas. They can also be found in tree trunks and other organisms.