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1. All living things are made of cells  A cell is the smallest living unit that can carry out life processes  Living things can be 1 celled (unicellular)

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1 1. All living things are made of cells  A cell is the smallest living unit that can carry out life processes  Living things can be 1 celled (unicellular)  or more than 1 cell (multi-cellular) CHARACTERISTICS OF LIVING THINGS (ORGANISMS)

2 PROTISTS Complete the chart in the packet using the pages listed and the chart in the packet!!!!! We will use this chart to make a protist cube!!!! Plant-like (have chloroplasts)– Euglenoids Page 51 Animals-like(no chloroplasts) Sarcodina(Ameoba) – 52 Ciliates- 54 zooflagellates- 53 sporozoans - 55

3 Animal Plant Euglena Difference Between Multi-cellular and Unicellular

4 Unicellular Kingdoms Arachebacteria Eubacteria Protista Multi-cellular Kingdoms Fungi Plant Animal

5 Arachebacteria Examples This hot, sulfur-rich, acidic pool in Yellowstone National Park is home to species of Archea, including Sulfolobus. Some archaens live 1000’s of miles deep in the ocean near superheated volcanic vents.

6 Examples of Eubacteria E. Coli Strep Binary Fission Bacteria help digest food Anthrax Blue green algae

7 Examples of Protists Algae Amoeba Paramecium Volvox Euglena Fission Red algae Stentor

8  Some organisms are made of only 1 cell (unicellular) Arachebacteria, Eubacteria and Protists Unicellular Organisms make up most of living organisms on Earth 2 Types of Protists *Plant-like protists  Make their own food through photosynthesis  Classified by color *Animal-like protists  Cannot make their own food  Classified by how they move

9 EXAMPLES OF PROTISTS A LGAE

10 EXAMPLES OF PROTISTS A MOEBA

11 EXAMPLES OF PROTISTS P ARAMECIUM V OLVOX S TENTOR

12 TYPES OF PROTISTS S ARCODINA (sarcodines) Moves – pseudopod (fake foot) Eats - engulfs food with pseudopod (consumer) Reproduces - asexual by binary fission Traits – Some are parasites Some have glass shells. Foraminiferans with shell Amoeba feeding

13 TYPES OF PROTIST P ARAMECIUM (Ciliates) Reproduce – asexually by binary fission, sexually by conjugation Food – Cilia sweeps the food into the oral groove (consumer) Moves–Cilia Examples – Paramecium, Stentor Traits – synchronized swimmer S TENTOR P ARAMECIUM C ONJUGATION

14 TYPES OF PROTISTS - Animal-like Zooflagellates (Trypanosoma and Trichomonas) Moves – Flagella Reproduces – Binary fission Food – takes in food (consumer) Examples –listed above and Giardia Traits – some are parasites. Giardia diarrhea Trypanosoma African Sleeping Sickness

15 TYPES OF PROTISTS S POROZOANS (Plasmodium vivaz, Gregarina) Food – Takes in food and many are parasites (consumer) Moves – NO MOVEMENT!!!! Reproduces – binary fission form spores Traits – Causes severe disease P LASMODIUM MALARIA G REGARINA

16 TYPES OF PROTISTS C HLOROPHYTA Color - Green Food – Makes its own food Reproduces – binary fission Example - Volvox Volvox Volvox Movement

17 TYPES OF PROTISTS C HRYSOPHYTA Color – golden-brown Food – Makes its own food Reproduces – binary fission Example – Diatoms Trait – glassy shells, so many of them in the ocean they are responsible for most of the oxygen in our atmosphere

18 TYPES OF PROTISTS P YRROPHYTA Bioluminescent Explained Color - red Food – Makes its own food Moves – 2 flagella Reproduces – binary fission Example – dinoflagellates (also called fire algae) Trait – causes red tide (poisons water), bioluminescent (gives off light)

19 TYPES OF PROTISTS E UGLENOIDS Food – Photosynthesis or traps food if no light. (consumer & producer) Moves – Flagella Color- Green Reproduces –Binary Fission Traits -Eyespots for sensing light,in its own group because both animal & plant-like Euglena

20 Animal Plant Euglena Difference Between Multi-cellular and Unicellular

21  Some organisms are made of only 1 cell (unicellular) Arachebacteria, Eubacteria and Protists Unicellular Organisms make up most of living organisms on Earth 2 Types of Protists  Plant-like protists  Make their own food through photosynthesis  Classified by color  Animal-like protists  Cannot make their own food  Classified by how they move


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