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Bacteria Archaea Lobose amoebae Cellular slime molds Plasmodial slime molds Fungi Choanoflagellates Animals Parabasilids Diplomonads Euglenids Kinetoplastids Glaucophyte algae Red algae Green algae Land plants Green plants Foraminifera Chlorarachniophytes Ciliates Dinoflagellates Apicomplexa Oomycetes Diatoms Brown algae STRAMENOPILA ALVEOLATA RHIZARIA PLANTAE EXCAVATA BIKONTA CHROMALVEOLATA UNIKONTA OPISTHOKONTA AMOEBOZOA All eukaryotes are protists except for the fungi, animals, and land plants EUKARYOTES
The carbon cycle
Protists. 1. Ancestor of eukaryotes. 2. Infoldings of membrane. Chromosomes Plasma membrane 3. Eukaryotic cell. Nucleus Endoplasmic reticulum.
Green Algae and Land Plants. Bacteria Archaea Lobose amoebae Cellular slime molds Plasmodial slime molds Fungi Choanoflagellates Animals Parabasilids.
Figure 31.0x Decomposers. Figure 31.1 Fungal mycelia.
50 m. Figure 28.1c Too diverse for one kingdom: a slime mold (Physarum polychalum)
Fig a Green algae Amoebozoans Opisthokonts Alveolate s Stramenopiles Diplomonads Parabasalids Euglenozoans Dinoflagellates Apicomplexan s Ciliates.
AP Biology Domain Bacteria Domain Archaea Domain Eukarya Common ancestor Protists Domain Eukarya.
Eukaryotes Donald Winslow, 15 April 2014 Readings from What is Life: A guide to Biology, 2 nd edition by Phelan (2013). W. H. Freeman and Co. ISBN (13):
Protists Chapter 21 P Characteristics of Protists Variety in types of movement Variety in types of nutrition Variety of environments needed.
The Origin and Evolution of Microbial Life. Stromatolites.
Origins of Eukaryotic Diversity – Protists Diversity.
Origins of Eukaryotic Diversity. Eukaryotic Tree.
Protists Chapter 28. Protists Eukaryotes Not plants, fungi or animals.
Protist Lab #1 Protozoans. Descriptive terms not taxa Protist = Eukaryotes that are not Fungi, Plants, or Animals Protozoans = “animal-like”, i.e., heterotrophic.
A who’s who of the Protista Kingdom. What are The five kingdoms? Monera PROTISTA Fungi Plantae Animalia.
LECTURE PRESENTATIONS For CAMPBELL BIOLOGY, NINTH EDITION Jane B. Reece, Lisa A. Urry, Michael L. Cain, Steven A. Wasserman, Peter V. Minorsky, Robert.
Bacteria, Protists, Fungi. Taxonomy is changing DNA technology is showing relationships previously not known You will hear the term “clade” – what.
PROTISTS DEFINE THE FOLLOWING WORDS: 1. PROTIST 2. ALGAE 3. PROTOZOAN 4. FLAGELLUM 5. CILIA 6. PSEUDOPOD.
Supergroup: Excavata Clade: Diplomonads Ex: Giardia lamblia Characteristics: Two nuclei Motisomes No ETC Anaerobic.
Unicellular or Multicellular Eukaryotic Some Look Plant, Fungus, and Animal- Like No Certain Kind of Nuclei Bounding a Membrane.
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.
Fig µm. Fig a Green algae Amoebozoans Opisthokonts Alveolate s Stramenopiles Diplomonads Parabasalids Euglenozoans Dinoflagellates Apicomplexan.
AP Biology Domain Bacteria Domain Archaea Domain Eukarya Common ancestor Kingdom: Protists Domain Eukarya.
What are protists? Very diverse group of organisms containing over 200,000 species NOT members of the kingdoms plantae, animalia, fungi or bacteria Eukaryotes.
Protists Chapter m Chapter 28 Protists. Introduction Eukaryotic Mostly unicellular (many colonial and multicellular forms) Exhibit more structural.
Protista & Fungi Family Album. Protista One trait all protists share: they are EUKARYOTIC Lack specialized tissues and organs.
Protists. PROTISTS We have already learned about Bacteria and Viruses Now its time to study Protists MICROBES: 1.Viruses 2.Bacteria 3.Protists 4.?
AP Biology Adapted from: Kim Foglia, Explore Biology Domain Bacteria Domain Archaea Domain Eukarya Common ancestor Protists Domain Eukarya.
Chapter 18: Protists VirusMoneraProtista. Taxonomic thinking Animals Plants Fungi Protists Monera.
Protists O’Connor. Protists organisms, comprising those eukaryotes that cannot be classified in any of the other kingdoms as fungi, animals, or plants.
PROTISTS. YOU MUST KNOW… SOME DON’T CLASSIFY PROTISTS AS A KINGDOM HOW CHLOROPLASTS AND MITOCHONDRIA EVOLVED THROUGH ENDOSYMBIOSIS.
Kingdom Protista. Weird things: has eukaryotic cells, so they aren’t bacteria or archaea doesn’t fit in with the fungi, plants, or animals either this.
Protists Chapter 28 “I strongly encourage you to never use the word “bore” or “boring”. It says a lot about a person. It’s hard for me to imagine being.
19.1 Diversity of Protists KEY CONCEPT Kingdom Protista is the most diverse of all the kingdoms.
Virginia Institute of Marine Science, College of William & Mary Partnership between Educators and Researchers for Enhancing Classroom Teaching (GK-12 PERFECT)
Microbial Diversity Chapt. 28 – The Origins of Eukaryotic Diversity.
© 2015 Pearson Education, Inc. PowerPoint Lectures Campbell Biology: Concepts & Connections, Eighth Edition REECE TAYLOR SIMON DICKEY HOGAN Chapter 16.
Compare the diagram on pg 504 with the tree of life from chapter 18. What simplifications does this diagram make, how could this simplification be misinterpreted.
Kingdom Protista: The Best Kingdom! Madison, Katherine, Emma.
The “dumping ground” kingdom. Characteristics Eukaryotes that are NOT plants, animals, or fungus but are closely related to plants, animals, or fungi.
Starter Question What is this? Why is it important? Why is this today’s question? What is this? Why is it important? Why is this today’s question?
AP Biology Dramatic video fairly dramatic video AP Biology Dramatic videoDramatic video about PROTISTS!! fairly dramatic video fairly dramatic video.
BacProFungi Review All photosynthetic protists, and only photosynthetic protists Algae.
Protists Chapter 28. In the beginning… van Leeuwenhoek when observing protozoa: –“no more pleasant site has met my eye than this” (1681) –“My excrement.
Chapter 28 Key Points. Simplest Eukaryotes Most diverse kingdom Can be unicellular or multicellular Paraphyletic Under reorganization.
Bellringer What are flagella and cilia used for?.
PROTISTS AND FUNGI. KINGDOM PROTISTA Kingdom Protista Eukaryotes (cells with nuclei). Live in moist surroundings. Unicellular or multicellular. Autotrophs,
► Chapter 28~ The Origins of Eukaryotic Diversity.
Introduction to Protists. First eukaryotic organism thought to have evolved about 1.5 billion years ago Protozoans possible evolved from the 1 st eukaryotes.
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