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8.2: Protist Evolution

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binary fission

Type of prokaryotic cell division in which a parent cells divides into two identical daughter cells.

endosymbionts

Smaller cells that live inside larger cells during endosymbiotic relationships; benefit from the relationship by acquiring a safe home and nutrients.

organelle

Structure within the cytoplasm of a cell; has a specific role.

endosymbiotic theory

Theory that eukaryotic organelles, such as mitochondria and chloroplasts, evolved from ancient, free-living prokaryotes that invaded primitive eukaryotic cells.

host (endosymbiotic relationship)

Larger cells in an endosymbiotic relationship; benefit by obtaining organic molecules or energy released by the endosymbionts.

symbiotic relationship

Close relationship between organisms of different species in which at least one of the organisms benefits from the relationship.

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