2What is protist? Protists are eukaryotics. kingdom Protista, mostly classified by how they moveProtistsfungus-likeplant-like protists.Phacus Giant Kelps
3ProtozoanLike animals, animal like protists are called protozoans and they are heterotrophs but unlike animals, they are unicellular.It could be classified as protozoans with pseudo pods, Cilia, Flagella and others.
4Protozoans Protozoans with Cilia pseudopods Pseudopods bulges of cytoplasm oozes.Protozoans with CiliaCiliates hairlike structures.move,obtain foodsense the enviroment.Has complex cells
5Other Protozoans Protozoans with Flagella Flagellates and uses tails to moveMost Flagellates have one to eight long, whiplike flagella that help them move.Other ProtozoansSporozoansFloatersmany are parasitesSporozoans feed on the cells and body fluids of their hosts.
6Fungus like ProtistsSecond group of protists are fungus like protists,.Fungus like protists are heterotrophs, have cell walls, and use spores to reproduce.
7Water molds and Downy Mildews Slime molds Most water moldsDowny mildewslive in water or in moist place.It also attacks crops and fishes.Slime moldslive in moist soil and on decaying plants and trees.They are often beautifully colored
8Plant like protistsPlant like protists, which are commonly called algae , are even more variad than the animal like and the fungus like protists.They are aututrophs like the plants.
9EuglenoidsEuglenoids are green and unicellular.Found in fresh water (mostly)They could be heterotrophs under certain conditions.DinoflagellatesDinoflagellates are unicellular.Covered by stiff plates that look like a suit of armor.They are any colors.
10Green Algae Red Algae Contain green pigments Quite diverse Most are unicellularSome from colonies and few are a multicellular.Red AlgaeMost are multicellular seaweeds.It could grow 260m below the sea level.Some are used in ice creams and hair conditioners.
11Brown Algae Most seaweeds are a brown algae. In their brown pigment, there are green, yellow, and orange pigments.It flourish in cool, rocky waters.