euglenozoa

(from the article `protist`) Discoidal mitochondrial cristae; large nuclear endosome; sheets of cortical microtubules under the pellicle; paraflagellar rods; cytochrome c and 5S ...
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Euglenozoa

==Structure== The two main sub-groups of micro-organisms classified to be Excavata-Euglenozoa as listed above are incorrect. The two correct sub-groups as should be are: euglenoids and kinetoplasmids. Take note that euglenoids and euglenids are different. Most euglenozoa have two flagella, which are inserted parallel to one another in an apical or...
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