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Chapter 2 Protists and Fungi Vocabulary
algae Any of various plantlike protists. Diatoms and seaweed are kinds of algae.
diatom A microscopic, one- celled type of algae with a glasslike cell wall. A single liter of ocean water may contain millions of diatoms.
ethanol A kind of alcohol used to make medicines, food products, and various other items. Ethanol is a flammable liquid.
fermentation A chemical change in which an organism breaks down sugar to produce carbon dioxide and alcohol or lactic acid.
fungus/fungi (plural) Any of a large group of organisms that feed on dead organisms or that are parasitic. A mushroom is a fungus.
multicellular Made up of more than one cell. Some protists are multi- cellular.
plankton Organisms, generally microscopic in size, that float or drift in the ocean. Plankton is a source of food for fish.
protist Any of a large group of mostly single-celled, microscopic organisms. Amoebas and algae are protists.
protozoan Protists that have traits like those of animals. Some have a method of locomotion to obtain food; however, some do not move on their own.
saprophyte An organism that lives on dead or decaying material. Molds are saprophytes.
spore A reproductive cell that can develop into a new organism. Ferns and mushrooms produce spores.
Chapter 8 Protists & Fungi. Ch Protists A. Protists – eukaryotic one or many-celled organism that live in a moist or wet environment 1. Protists.
Chapter 11 Protists and Fungi An organism that belongs to the kingdom Protista Click for Term.
PROTISTS DEFINE THE FOLLOWING WORDS: 1. PROTIST 2. ALGAE 3. PROTOZOAN 4. FLAGELLUM 5. CILIA 6. PSEUDOPOD.
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Chapter 2, lesson 2 How Organisms are Classified.
Review. Eukaryotic organisms that are plantlike, animal-like, or fungus like are considered to be ______.
The Five Kingdoms Animal, Bacteria, Fungus, Plant, and Protist.
Protist Six Square Protist Protist –a one or many celled organism that lives in moist surroundings. All are eukaryotic. Algae Algae –plant like protists.
Biology Vocabulary Word Group IV. PROPERTY A quality that describes an object.
Protists. PROTISTS We have already learned about Bacteria and Viruses Now its time to study Protists MICROBES: 1.Viruses 2.Bacteria 3.Protists 4.?
Protists O’Connor. Protists organisms, comprising those eukaryotes that cannot be classified in any of the other kingdoms as fungi, animals, or plants.
Protists. The protist kingdom is very diverse. However, all protists are eukaryotes,or organisms that have cells with nuclei.
Protists 45 words. Protists §Animal-like vs Plant or Fungus like.. l Called Protozoans l Divided into 4 groups Pseudopods –False Feet. –Move by bulging.
I. Protists – A. General Characteristics Eukaryotic Cells (cells contain organelles) Protists can be either unicellular or multicellular They are.
FUNGI. The Fungi kingdom was grouped with plants in the past. This was because its parts and life style often resemble plants. Fungi cannot make their.
PROTISTS Diatoms. Commonalities / Differences in the Protist Kingdom All are eukaryotes (cells with nuclei). Live in moist surroundings. Unicellular or.
The “dumping ground” kingdom. Characteristics Eukaryotes that are NOT plants, animals, or fungus but are closely related to plants, animals, or fungi.
PROTISTA. Protista Characteristics Eukaryote that is not an animal, plant, or fungus most unicellular, some multicellular heterotrophic, autotrophic or.
Bellringer What are flagella and cilia used for?.
Protista & Fungi. Protista Type of Cell: Eukaryote Cell Structure: Cell walls made of cellulose in some, some have chloroplast Number of Cells: Most unicellular,
Protist Notes. What is a Protist? Mostly single-celled eukaryotes that can’t be classified as a plant, an animal, or fungi – some are multi- cellular.
Chapter 8 Protists and Fungi. Protists Protist- one or many celled organism that lives in moist/wet surroundings. – Eukaryotic cells – Asexual reproduction.
A who’s who of the Protista Kingdom. What are The five kingdoms? Monera PROTISTA Fungi Plantae Animalia.
Kingdom Protista. Is considered to be the “junk drawer” kingdom since it’s very diverse. All are eukaryotes (with nuclei) that live in moist surroundings.
Kingdom Diversity. 3 Domains Domain Archae – contains members of the Kingdom Archaebacteria Domain Bacteria – contain members of the Kingdom Eubacteria.
Chapter 11 Protists. Chapter 11: Section 1 Objectives Describe the characteristics of protists. Describe 4 ways that protists get food. Describe 3 ways.
Fungi Fun Guy. What is a fungus? Fungus: singular, fungi: plural Heterotrophs: obtain food from living and non-living organisms Use spores to reproduce.
REVIEW Bacteria, Virus, Protist & Fungi. What is another word for moneran? 1. Virus 2. Protist 3. Bacteria 4. Fungi 0 of 29.
PROTISTS AND FUNGI Chapter 8. PROTISTS Section 1.
Classification System Mrs. Engbrecht 7 th Red Team.
Respiration. To stay alive, cells need: 1.Food 2.Energy 3.To get rid of waste 4.To reproduce.
Chapter 11 Protists. Protista (Protists) Some are too tiny to be seen without a microscope while others are meters long Some are like animals, plants.
INTRODUCTION TO MICROBES. WHAT IS A MICROORGANISM? A microorganism or microbe is a tiny living thing that we cannot see without the aid of a microscope.
Unicellular live in water 3 types: Protozoa Algae Slime moulds. Protists Protozoa Algae Slime mould Protista.
Chapter 7 Protists. What is a Protist Diatoms are only one of the vast varieties of protists Protists are eukaryotes that cannot be classified as animals,
Chapter 7 Section 1. What is a Protist? Eukaryotes, (have nuclei) Live in moist surroundings. Most are unicellular, but some are multicellular. Some are.
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BACTERIA FriendOrFoe?. 3 main shapes of bacteria: Round = coccus Rod = bacillus Spiral = spirilla diplococcus streptococcus.
Fungi. FUNGI We have already learned about Bacteria, Viruses, and Protists Now its time to study Fungi MICROBES: 1.Viruses 2.Bacteria 3.Protists 4.Fungi.
* organisms that cannot be classified into any other group (plant, animal, fungus, bacteria) * organisms that are typically made up of just one cell *
. Advent of Multicellularity. Many forms of Multicellularity More than half the biomass on earth is composed of multicellular organisms; prokaryotes.
Protists Unit 6 Chapter 19. Protist characteristics Eukaryotic: having organelles and nucleus Unicellular or multicellular Heterotrophic, autotrophic,
Chapter 8-1 What are Protists?. What are Protists? –the “Junk Drawer” kingdom A protist is a member of a group of eukaryotic organisms which have a.
Copyright © by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. All rights reserved. ResourcesChapter menu Table of Contents Section 1 Protists Section 2 Kinds of Protists.
Protists Chapter 8, Section 1. What is a Protist? One or many celled eukaryotic organism that lives in moist or wet surroundings. Remember, a eukaryotic.
Protozoans Heterotrophic (Obtain food from other organisms) Four.
Fungus Chapter 8-2. Fungi All are eukaryotic just like protists Multicellular (only one exception -yeast)
CELLS AND YOU BY DEVIN A FAHIM VOCABULARY CELL - THE BASIC UNIT OF STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION IN ALL LIVING THING’S. ORGANISM - A LIVING THING.
Kingdom Protista Known as the “catch all” kingdom.
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