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6 kingdoms of Life 1. Plants 2. Animals 3. Fungi 4. Archaebacteria 5. Eubacteria 6. PROTISTA
Kingdom Protista FUNGUS-LIKE PROTISTS… The slime molds and water molds PLANT-LIKE PROTISTS……. The Algae ANIMAL LIKE PROTISTS…. The protozoa
SLIME MOLD… a fungus-like protist
Yellow slim mold… a colony of thousands of single celled amoeba like
Are you smarter than a slime mold?
More slime mold
Pretzel Slime Mold
Slime mold recreates rail-lines and interstate highways when grown on a map
Water Mold… a fungus-like protist
Water Mold… not a fungus… a protist
ANIMAL-LIKE PROTISTS ( Protozoans )
This amoeba is about to “eat” the algae cells. Amoebas are single celled “animal-like” protists
An amoeba has a EUKARYOTIC cell (cell with a nucleus and many organelles )
WHY is an Amoeba NOT a bacteria? BACTERIA CELL No nucleus No mitochondria No E.R. No Golgi apparatus No vacuoles AMOEBA CELL Has a nucleus Has mitochondria Has E.R. Has Golgi apparatus Has vacuoles
Death by Amoeba: Some twin cities youth lost their lives to an amoeba which infected their brain after swimming in a certain lake
Amoeba reproducing asexually
A single Amoeba
Paramecia.. Animal like protists
Paramecia conjugating = trading DNA (similar to sexual reproduction )
Paramecia. 1 cell big, but notice the small hairs called “cilia” covering each cell
PLANT-LIKE PROTISTS ( Algae )
Euglena. A single celled protist… half plant… half animal
Euglena with a single flagellum visible coming from the tip of each cell
Euglena with a red eyespot clearly visible. Chloroplasts are also clearly visible
Euglena… common in our lakes and ponds in Douglas County
KELP a plant-like protist. Kelp forests make rich habitat in oceans for many other creatures
Gas filled bladders on kelp help to float the “leaves” of this protist
Kelp forest. Kelp can grow 2 meters per day = 6 feet! Very important producer
Kelp attach to the ocean bottom with “holdfasts”
Sea urchins are animals which nibble through then holdfasts of kelp…sometimes setting the kelp adrift
Sea urchins on Kelp
Spirogyra… a plant like protist. We call plant like protists… ALGAE
Spirogyra… common here in Alex. Not a plant! A plant-like protist. ( algae )
Volvox… a colony of green algae cells common in Douglas County
Volvox. A plant like protists
Anabaena… a green alga
Anabaena… a plant like protist ( algae )
Water Net. A Green alga
Algae farms in the desert. Could these protists produce enough oil to power our vehicles?
. Over 70% of earth’s oxygen is produced by algae. Thank you little green photosynthetic algae dudes !!
Bubbles of oxygen in the sunlight as photosynthesis happens
Single celled algae living inside of coral.= mutualism. The algae make food for the coral animal during photosynthesis. What if you had algae living in your skin?
Green alga inside coral animals
Sponges. These are animals which are green because of an alga living inside.
Sloth fur is excellent algae habitit
Sloth with algae in fur
Red Tide. Caused by a plant-like protist with red pigment ( red alga )
The organism which causes red-tide… a red-alga which releases a nerve toxin
Toxins released by the alga during a red tide can kill millions of fish
Red tides can also kill manatees
Diatoms. Plant like protists with a silica shell. Shell has many holes
A single diatom magnified hundreds of times
Diatoms shells are added to toothpaste, pool filters and road paint.
Close-up of a diatom shell showing the holes in the shell.
White cliffs of Dover… Dover England. The entire cliff is made of Diatom fossils
The anopheles mosquito.. Carries the protist which causes malaria.
Anopheles mosquito injecting plasmodium protozoans into human.
Bed nets help to prevent malaria
Protists Unit 6 Chapter 19. Protist characteristics Eukaryotic: having organelles and nucleus Unicellular or multicellular Heterotrophic, autotrophic,
Introduction to Kingdom Protista Domain Eukarya, Kingdom Protista –Any eukaryote that is not classified as a fungus, plant or animal Three major groups:
Kingdom Protista Most diverse kingdom. Characteristics Eukaryotic (has a nucleus) Unicellular/ Multicellular Autotrophic/Heterotrophic Can be Animal-like,
Protists Kingdom Protista is the most diverse of all the kingdoms. Are protists eukaryotes or prokaryotes?
3 Basic groups of Protists Fungus-like Slime molds, water molds Plant-like Algae, phytoplankton Animal-like Paramecium, amoeba.
Protista is one kingdom in the domain Eukarya. Protists are difficult to classify.
Kingdom Protista Fidgety little critters!. Protista.
Kingdom Protista. Protist Kingdom Overview zsdYOgTbOk&feature=fvwrel zsdYOgTbOk&feature=fvwrel.
Kingdom Protista. Definition – Protists are the most diverse Kingdom of eukaryotes Diverse – Different Eukaryote – Organized nucleus and organelles (plants,
Protists October 21, 2013 Warm Up: What is the second Eagle Team Classroom expectation?Warm Up: What is the second Eagle Team Classroom expectation? Reminder!
Get out a piece of paper Number it 1-20 Title the paper “PROTISTS NOTES” Protists Notes.
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 The Protists!. General Characteristics Usually uni-cellular –Generally live as individuals, some form colonies Eukaryotes (contain a.
Plantlike Protists Commonly called Algae One characteristic they all share is they are autotrophs (make their own food) Live on trees, in soil, in fresh.
KINGDOM: PROTISTA POINT > Identify 3 major groups of protists POINT > Describe 4 types of “animal-like” protists POINT > Describe 6 types of “plant-like”
Kingdom Protista- Chapter 20. What is a Protist? Protists are eukaryotes that are not members of the Plant, Animal, or Fungi kingdoms.
From Bacteria to Fungi. Interactions Symbiosis- A close relationship in which one organism benefits, but the other is not harmed. Ex. Bird builds a nest.
Protists KEY CONCEPT Kingdom Protista is the most diverse of all the kingdoms.
Kingdom Protista Known as the “catch all” kingdom.
Kingdom Protista- Chapter 20 Biology 111. Protists Protists are single celled eukaryotes. A few forms are multi-cellular. Heterotrophic or autotrophic.
In General Usually unicellular Reproduction: Some asexual, some sexual, some both Kingdom for life that doesn’t fit in animals, plant or fungi kingdom.
Protists Chapter 20. Any organism that is not a plant, animal, fungus, or bacteria. All Eukaryotes Most are unicellular; a few multicellular Classify.
What do these things have in common? Mosquito Metal polish Insecticide Fine china Kitty litter Sushi Toothpaste Ice cream.
PROTISTS State Standards:. Protists 1) Microscopic, unicellular organisms that contain a nucleus (eukaryotes).
PROTISTS KINGDOMS ARCHAEBACTERIA EUBACTERIA FUNGUS – PROTISTS ANIMAL PLANT.
Kingdom Protista S ection 5.2. THE PROTISTS Micro-organisms that are neither plant nor animal. This group is often classified together because they do.
19.1 Diversity of Protists KEY CONCEPT Kingdom Protista is the most diverse of all the kingdoms.
Kingdom Protista Placed into this kingdom by exclusion… because they are not part of any other Not quite plant, animals, fungi or bacteria, though they.
A who’s who of the Protista Kingdom. What are The five kingdoms? Monera PROTISTA Fungi Plantae Animalia.
Algae- Plant- like Protists Textbook 17.4 pp
What are protists? Very diverse group of organisms containing over 200,000 species Most are unicellular.
Protist and Fungi You will be able to explain how protists and fungi are similar and different than other common microscopic organisms.
Kingdom Protist. What is a Protist? all are eukaryotes and are not animals, plants, or fungi There are 3 basic groups: 1) Animal-like protists: heterotrophs.
Ms. Pennington Biology Chapter 20 Protista. Kingdom Protista Greek for 1 st eukaryote They are diverse – over 200,000 species They are NOT animals, plants,
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.
Kingdom Protista Unicellular plants and animals. General Information Protista, from the Greek protistos = first Diverse group Aka Algae & Protozoa Most.
Protists Quiz Review What is the kingdom of eukaryotic organisms that live in moist environments? Kingdom Protista.
Protists Kingdom Protista. Overview of the history of life 4.5 BYA – Earth formed 4.5 BYA – Earth formed 3.5 BYA – Prokaryotes were abundant 3.5 BYA –
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.
Kingdom Protista The most diverse group of organisms.
KINGDOM PROTISTA. FYI: Overview Cell number: Unicellular/Multicellular Cell type: Eukaryotic Nutrition: Autotrophs & Heterotrophs Habitat: Moist environments.
Protist. Identify the characteristics of Kingdom Protista. Compare and contrast the four groups of protozoans. Section Objectives:
1 Chapter 22 Protist Protist Diversity Protozoan: Animal-like Protists 22.2 Algae: Plant-like Protists What are Algae? Phyla of Algae Reproductive strategies.
KINGDOM PROTISTA Kingdom Protista * all eukaryotes * mostly unicellular Protozoans “animal-like” Algae “plant-like” Fungus-like Protists.
Kingdom Protista The most diverse kingdom. Protist The protist kingdom contains the most diverse collection of organisms.
Kingdom Protista. If you look at a drop of pond water under a microscope, all the "little creatures" you see swimming around are PROTISTS. If you look.
PROTISTS CHAPTER 19. KINGDOM PROTISTA (most diverse kingdom) All are eukaryotic Unicellular or multi- cellular Microscopic or very large Heterotrophic.
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