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2 False feet that allow an Amoeba to move.
3 What are pseudopods?
4 A Paramecium moves with cilia that also have one other function.
5 What is to eat/consume food?
6 The structure that Euglena and Trypanosomes have in common for movement.
7 What is a flagellum?
8 A star-shaped organelle in a Paramecium used to pump out excess water.
9 What is the contractile vacuole?
10 Diatoms have these structures surrounding them.
11 What are double shells of silica?
12 Photosynthetic protists such as algae produce much of this atmospheric gas.
13 What is oxygen?
14 Empty shells of diatoms (a protist) can be used for this purpose.
15 What is abrasive quality to cleaners/sparkles in road paint/natural pest control?
16 The main ecological role of fungi.
17 What are decomposers?
18 The general term for medicine produced by some fungi to fight off bacterial infections.
19 What are antibiotics?
20 A mutualistic relationship between a fungus and plant roots.
21 What is mycorrhizae?
22 The fungal disease characterized by itchy feet.
23 What is Athlete’s foot?
24 A mosquito infected with Plasmodium, a protist.
25 What is the vector of transmitting Malaria?
26 A protist disease that can be transmitted through contact with infected cats or improperly cooked meat.
27 What is Toxoplasmosis?
28 This disease is characterized by symptoms include bloody diarrhea, vomiting, cramps, & fever and the protist that causes this disease has pseudopods.
29 What is Amoebic dysentery?
30 Transmission source of African sleeping sickness, a protist disease.
31 What is the bite of an infected tsetse fly?
32 The cell type of all protists and fungi.
33 What is eukaryotic?
34 The nutrition type of fungi.
35 What is heterotrophic?
37 What is an Amoeba, an example of a protist?
38 A polysaccharide in the cell walls of a mushroom.
39 What is chitin?
40 In water or moist environments.
41 What is the niche/habitat of Protists?
42 The only unicellular fungus.
43 What is Yeast?
44 The slender filaments that make up the body of a fungus.
45 What are hyphae?
46 Examples of foods and chemicals produced by fungi. (at least 3)
47 What are cheese, bread, alcoholic beverages, medicinal drugs?
49 What is the asexual way Yeast reproduce?
50 Chloroplasts and chlorophyll.
51 What are things that are not in a fungus since they are all heterotrophs?
Protist and Fungi outline I. Protists A. Review B. Move by C. Animal-like D. Plant-like E. Fungus-like II. Fungi A. review B. Extracellular digestion C.
Protist and Fungi Notes: Chapter 19 & Kingdoms Archaebacteria Archaebacteria Eubacteria Eubacteria Protist Fungi Plant Animal.
Kingdom Protista. What is a Protist? unicellular or multicellular anything except plants, animals, or fungi 65,000 species Autotrophs, heterotrophs,
Kingdom Protista CH. 20. Evolution of Eukaryotic Life ENDOSYMBIONT THEORY Early eukaryotes developed symbiotic relationships with prokaryotic cells Prokaryotic.
PROTISTS AND FUNGI. KINGDOM PROTISTA Kingdom Protista Eukaryotes (cells with nuclei). Live in moist surroundings. Unicellular or multicellular. Autotrophs,
Regents Biology Domain Bacteria Domain Archaebacteria Domain Eukaryotes Common ancestor Protists Simple Eukaryotes.
Protists. Classification Formerly Kingdom Protista Formerly Kingdom Protista –Modern taxonomists now place them in many different kingdoms Essentially,
Protists and Fungi Chapter 21 & 22. Most diverse organisms Eukaryotic Mostly Unicellular Some multicellular Mostly Microscopic Asexual & Sexual Reproduction.
Kingdom Monera Basics - RespirationExcretionTransportSynthesis ReproductionRegulationGrowthNutrition.
19.1 Diversity of Protists KEY CONCEPT Kingdom Protista is the most diverse of all the kingdoms.
Protists and Fungi. Kingdom Protista Plant-like, animal-like, or fungus-like Heterotrophs or autotrophs Most unicellular, some multicellular.
Chapter 20. What is a protist? any organism that is not a plant, animal, fungus, or prokaryote. Domain Eukarya, Kingdom Protists Eukaryotic – HAVE A NUCLEUS.
The Protists Kingdom Protista Kingdom with the most diverse members. Heterotrophs, Autotrophs OR both Unicellular… Various types of cell walls.
PROTISTS AND FUNGUS. Protista: the hodgepodge group Originally a kingdom of the miscellaneous organisms that didn’t exactly fit in the other groups.
KINGDOM PROTISTA. FYI: Overview Cell number: Unicellular/Multicellular Cell type: Eukaryotic Nutrition: Autotrophs & Heterotrophs Habitat: Moist environments.
PROTISTS Diatoms. Commonalities / Differences in the Protist Kingdom All are eukaryotes (cells with nuclei). Live in moist surroundings. Unicellular or.
I. Protists – A. General Characteristics Eukaryotic Cells (cells contain organelles) Protists can be either unicellular or multicellular They are.
Kingdom Protista Chapter 20. Kingdom Protista – “Catch all” Eukaryotes Unicellular and Multicellular Autotrophic or heterotrophic Some have cell.
Protist Kingdom. 6/27/2016SBI3U - A.Y. Jackson2 Protists most diverse kingdom all eukaryotic mostly unicellular aquatic organisms asexual reproduction.
What is a Protist? Unicellular or multicellular Microscopic or very large Heterotrophic or Autotrophic What do they have in common? –All protists are eukaryotic,
Chapter 21 Protist and Fungi. Protists are the most diverse of all eukaryotes protists: eukaryotes that are not animals, plants, or fungi but show characteristics.
PROTISTS AND FUNGI. Commonalities / Differences in the Protist Kingdom All are eukaryotes (cells with nuclei). Live in moist surroundings. Unicellular.
Protists Kingdom Protista. Characteristics of Protists most live in water (though some live in moist soil or even the human body) A protist is any eukaryotic.
PROTISTS AND FUNGI. Similarities and Differences in the Protist Kingdom All are eukaryotes (cells with nuclei). Live in moist surroundings. Unicellular.
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.
PROTISTS AND FUNGI. Create this G.O. PROTISTSimilar/CompareDifferent/ContrastFUNGI.
Six Kingdom System du/faculty/ptisk us/Six_Kingdo ms/Index.htm.
Slide 1: Euglena acus. Slide 2: Diatoms Slide 3: Paramecium caudatum.
EUKARYOTES. EUKARYOTES ANTICIPATION GUIDE ( Choices for each question include protists, fungi, plants, and animals.) 1. Do not contain cell walls and.
Analogy: Kitchen junk drawer Animal-like Plant-like In General Mostly aquatic life Usually unicellular – Eukaryotic Reproduction: – Some asexual, some.
The Prokaryotes & Virus Chapter 21. Bacteria: Quick Review Prokaryotic No nucleus Unicellular “Bacteria” Archaebacteria live in extreme environments Divide.
Chapter – Unicellular Organisms. Unicellular Organisms We are multicellular organisms We are multicellular organisms However, many living things.
All are eukaryotes (cells with nuclei). Live in moist surroundings. Unicellular or multicellular. Autotrophs, heterotrophs, or both. Some can.
Protist & Fungi Jeopardy $100 Protist Movement Protist 2FungiFungi 2Vocab $200 $300 $400 $500 $400 $300 $200 $100 $500 $400 $300 $200 $100 $500 $400 $300.
Protists Kingdom – Protista Characteristics 1.Unicellular 2.Eukaryotic 3.Many live as single cells or solitary 4.Some are colonial or live in groups.
Kingdom Fungi 3.1. What are Fungi? Similarities to Plants multicellular eukaryotes mostly sessile many fungi also grow in the ground.
Kingdom Protista Eukaryotes that are not members of the kingdoms Plantae, Animalia, or Fungi Characteristics –Live in moist environment –Either free-living.
CH 19 Eukaryote Kingdom #1: Protists. Eukaryote Kingdom #1: Protista “The Junk Drawer Kingdom” One-celled (mostly) Eukaryotic (have organelles)
Protists What is a protist? Protist Diversity Diseases Caused by protists.
Kingdom Protista Mrs. Leary. Facts Eukaryotes – nucleus! Unicellular or simple multicellular Usually feed on bacteria Take food in by endocytosis.
Protists Notes 9-3. Kingdom Protista Defining a Protist Protists are eukaryotic organisms that cannot be classified as animals, plants, or fungi
Protists Unit 6 Chapter 19. Protist characteristics Eukaryotic: having organelles and nucleus Unicellular or multicellular Heterotrophic, autotrophic,
Virus, Bacteria protista fungi (prokaryotes, eukaryotes)
FungiFungi. I. What are fungi? –A. Eukaryotes –B. Heterotrophs –C. Use spores to reproduce –D. Need moist, warm environment –E. Examples: 1. mushrooms.
Chapter 9: Section 1. Protist- An organism that lives in a moist or wet habitat Contains organisms that don’t fit anywhere else! ALL PROTISTS
In General Usually unicellular Reproduction: Some asexual, some sexual, some both Kingdom for life that doesn’t fit in animals, plant or fungi kingdom.
CHAPTER 8 “PROTISTS AND FUNGI” (P. 210) KINGDOM PROTISTA -most are simple one- celled organisms. - but a few are multicellular. - all are eukaryotic.
PROTISTS CHAPTER 19. KINGDOM PROTISTA (most diverse kingdom) All are eukaryotic Unicellular or multi- cellular Microscopic or very large Heterotrophic.
Domain: Eukarya. General characteristics All protists are EUKARYOTES They can’t be classified as animals, plants or fungi Most are unicellular (ONE CELL)
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