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By: Fong Lao Biology 106 Professor Rose
Name the kingdom
Name the phylum
Name the genus
Where is it found?
Fresh & marine water
Unicellular or multicellular?
Prokaryotic or eukaryotic?
What are the tiny hair-like projections called?
What are they used for?
Feeding (food procurement) & locomotion
What is the mouth called?
Asexual or sexual reproduction?
Asexual reproduction occurs by a process shown in this image and is called transverse fission.
Sexual reproduction involves an exchange of genetic info and is called conjugation.
What organelle regulates salt/water balance?
What do paramecia usually feed on?
Bacteria & decaying matter
What are the characteristics that distinguish organisms in kingdom Protista ?
1.Organisms are single-celled. 2.Their cells are eukaryotic, with double lipid bilayer membranes around the nucleus and the organelles.
Paramecium. Characteristics Called ‘Ciliates’ – from cilia Single-celled organisms Found in fresh water, some in salt and brackish water all over the.
AIM: How are eukaryotic organisms different? DO NOW: What are the two Major types or categories of cells? HW: Handout from yesterday.
Paramecium January 26, What is paramecium? Paramecium is a genus consisting of unicellular ciliate protozoa. Domain: Eukaryota Kingdom: Protista.
Protista. Cell Type Can be Unicellular – made up of one cell Multicellular – made up of many cells Colonial – many unicellular organisms together.
Kingdom Protista Mrs. Leary. Facts Eukaryotes – nucleus! Unicellular or simple multicellular Usually feed on bacteria Take food in by endocytosis.
Kingdom Protista Most diverse of all the Kingdoms.
PROTISTS EUGLENA, AMOEBA, PARAMECIUM, VOLVOX. What is a Protist? Kingdom Protista Very diverse single-celled organisms. Eukaryotic Less complex with many.
PROTISTS EUGLENA, AMOEBA, PARAMECIUM, VOLVOX. What is a Protist? An organism from the Kingdom Protista Very diverse group of single-celled organisms.
Unicellular Adaptations- Mrs. Harlin Explain how specific cell adaptations help cells survive in particular environments (focus on unicellular.
Structural Organization Atoms Simple molecules Macromolecule s Membranes Organelles Cells Tissues Organs Organ Systems Animal Small Large.
PROTISTS. KINGDOM PROTISTA Part of domain Eukarya Part of domain Eukarya Unicellular or simple Multicellular organisms Unicellular or simple Multicellular.
Protist- animal like By: Jamie, Joe and Aaron.. Principal characteristics The prostists are classified by the type of locomotion. Also by criteria such.
Topic: Classification Aim: Explain the characteristics of some different protists. Do Now: List the 6 kingdoms that exist.
Classifying Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes. Domain(s) Prokaryote Bacteria Archaea Eukaryote Eukarya.
Prokaryotes Pro=before-Karyotes= nut (nucleus) These cells have no nucleus Examples: bacteria Eukaryotes Eu=good-Karyote= nut (nucleus) These.
Kingdom Protista The Kingdom that has all the eukaryotes that do not go in the other kingdoms.
PROTISTS EUGLENA, AMOEBA, PARAMECIUM. WHAT IS A PROTIST? Kingdom Protista Very diverse single cell organisms. Eukaryotic Less complex with many different.
UNIT 6 Focus on: Protists l Phyla of Protists l How Protists are classified l Amoeba, Paramecium, Euglena.
Kingdom Protista Fidgety little critters!. Protista.
Paramecium By: Elizabeth Kaake Period 7 Bio 1. Structure of a paramecium: large ciliate protozoan that lives in stagnant freshwater. Structure of a paramecium:
Cells Word of the day Organism: any living thing.
Animal Like-Protista (Protozoa) All are unicellular heterotrophs. Nutrition by ingesting other organisms or dead organic material. Some organisms are parasitic,
Animal Taxonomy. Systematic Position Kingdom :Protista Phylum : Sarcomastigophora Subphylum : Mastigophora Class : Zoomastigophora Genus : : Trypanosoma.
Chapter 8 Kingdom Protista. Protist – a single or many celled organism that lies in moist or wet surroundings Eukaryotic Plant like Animal like Fungus.
Kingdom Protista (Protists) pp. 128 to 133. What are Protists? Characteristics: –Eukaryotic (nucleus) –Most are unicellular (few are multicellular) –Most.
The Kingdom Protista The catch-all kingdom. What do you mean by catch-all kingdom? In our 5 kingdom paradigm, the Kingdom Protista was the last one to.
11/6/13 51st Day of School Learning goal (7.L.1): I will be able to describe the life characteristics of Amoeba and Paramecium. Due Today: Euglena part.
Unicellular Organisms Objective 1.2 Identify unicellular organisms, including bacteria and protista, by their methods of locomotion, reproduction, ingestion,
CELLS. A cell is the smallest basic unit of matter that can carry on the process of life.
June 3, 2010 Hand in your “book” Study until 12:35 Quiz- hand in when finished Work on Food Poisoning Handout.
Biology 112. Includes more than 200,000 species Easier to classify protists by what characteristics they don’t possess It is not a plant, animal, fungi,
1. Protista & Fungi Unit Goals SB1: Students will analyze the nature of relationships between structures and functions in living cells. –a. Explain the.
Protozoans Animal-like Protists. Protozoans Includes forams and radiolarians Found on surface and in bottom sediments Unicellular Animal like Kingdom.
Biology. Protist characteristics Protists are organisms that do not fit into any other kingdom. They can either by uni-celled or simple multicellular.
Notes: Prokaryotes vs. Eukaryotes From Chapter 4 in your book.
PROTISTS 4+ EUGLENA, AMOEBA, PARAMECIUM, VOLVOX.
Station #1 Animal cells are found in all members of the animal kingdom, including humans. All animal cells are eukaryotic, meaning that they have a nucleus.
Video Introduction Kingdom Protista – The Protists Watch the following video on Discovery Education:
Click on a lesson name to select. Chapter 19 Protists Section 1: Introduction to Protists Section 2: Protozoans—Animal-like Protists.
Unicellular Organisms Learning Intention: Describe the general structure of unicellular organisms and the functions of cellular components and organelles.
Are things That Different? Yummy How do You Do That? Picture This Mixed.
Aim: How do scientists classify living organisms?.
Protists Biology Chapter : The Kingdom Protista Protista: Greek: “the very first”
5 KINGDOMS OF LIVING THINGS 6. Animals Characteristics of Animals Kingdom: Eukaryotes ( an organism with a complex cell or cells. Genetic material /DNA.
Protists Protists are a range of organisms that have many different features. This makes them really hard to classify.
Protists All protists are eukaryotes Introduction to Protists Protists Some reproduce asexually by mitosis while others exchange genetic material.
Protist Kingdom. What is the Difference Between Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic? 1.Prokaryotic cells have no nucleus; Eukaryotic cells do 2. Prokaryotic cells.
General Characteristics: 1. Most are unicellular but some can be multicellular. 2. All protist cells are eukaryotic. 3. They don’t fit anywhere else….they.
Characteristics of Living Things Organism = any living thing -bacteria-hippopotamus-you!!! CREDGREW ( Mnemonic Device)
Protists and Fungi By: Ms. Avery 8 th grade Science.
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