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Protists Quiz Review
What is the kingdom of eukaryotic organisms that live in moist environments? Kingdom Protista
What are the three main groups of protists? Animal-like Plant-like Fungus-like
What is another name for animal-like protists? Protozoans
Which group of animal- like protists use pseudopods or “false feet” to move? Sarcodines Amoeba
What is the group of animal-like protists whose members are propelled by hair-like cilia? Ciliates Paramecium
Protozoans that propel themselves with a whip-like structure are called _________. Zooflagellates
What is the group of protozoans that are almost all parasites? Sporozoans
Which human disease is caused by a protozoan and is transmitted by a mosquito? Malaria
An organism that can make its own food is called an __________. autotroph
Plant-like protists are commonly called ______. Algae
Which group of plant- like protists has flagella and an eyespot? Euglenoids Euglena
Which group of plant-like protists has 2-part glassy shells and is referred to as the “jewels of the sea?” Diatoms
Which group of plant-like protists causes red tides? Dinoflagellates
Dinoflagellates produce __________ or poisons that kill other organisms in the oceans. Toxins
What is the name of the whip-like tails of some protists? Flagella
What Euglenoid structure helps these organisms detect light? Eyespot
The shells of these protists are used as polishing agents in toothpaste. Diatoms
Which structures allow plant-like protists to make their own food? Chloroplasts
This extract from red algae is found in ice cream and hair conditioners. Carrageenan
__________ is a type of algal bloom that occurs in fresh water. Eutrophication
Which group of protists are eukaryotic and have a cell wall? Fungus-like Protists
___________ is the relationship between two organisms that live in close contact and at least one benefits. Symbiosis
__________ is a symbiotic relationship in which both species benefit. Mutualism
An organism that lives on or in a host and harms it is called a _______. Parasite
Which fungus-like protist produces a fruiting body that contains spores? Slime Mold
Which type of fungus-like protist caused the Irish Potato Famine? Water Mold
PROTISTS The “Little Guys”. BUT… There are some general characteristics they all share: Unicellular (made of one cell) and Multicellular (more than.
PROTISTS The “Little Guys”. BUT… There are some general characteristics they all share: Unicellular (made of one cell) Unicellular (made of one cell)
Protists. The protist kingdom is very diverse. However, all protists are eukaryotes,or organisms that have cells with nuclei.
Protists Domain: Eukarya Kingdom: Protista. Protists are: Single-celled (unicellular) or simple multicellular, microscopic, eukaryotic (with a nucleus)
Protists Mr. Skirbst Life Science Topic 11. Protists.
KINGDOM: PROTISTA POINT > Identify 3 major groups of protists POINT > Describe 4 types of “animal-like” protists POINT > Describe 6 types of “plant-like”
PROTISTS Chapter 2 Lesson 3. PROTISTS A. Eukaryotes that cannot be classified as animals, plants or fungi B. A diverse group Most are unicellular
KINGDOM: PROTISTA Protists are unicellular organisms that have a nucleus.
PROTIST NOTES Mr. Peterson. Animal-like Protists From Bacteria to Plants (small book B) pages 37B - 40B. From Bacteria to Plants (small book B) pages.
Protist Notes p Protists Eukaryotes (have nucleus) Eukaryotes (have nucleus) Most unicellular (made of only 1 cell) Most unicellular (made of only.
Protists The Junk Drawer Kingdom Notes # 22. Protists Most are unicellular All live in moist environments Are all eukaryotic —Have cells with nuclei.
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.
Kingdom: Protista Protists are unicellular organisms that have a nucleus.
Animal-like Protists and Funguslike Protists. Before we begin…some review What does the term “eukaryotic” mean? What does the term “heterotroph” mean?
Protists Notes 9-3. Kingdom Protista Defining a Protist Protists are eukaryotic organisms that cannot be classified as animals, plants, or fungi
Chapter 3 Protists and Fungi Section 1 Protists. Section 1 – Protists Objectives After this lesson, you should be able to: After this lesson, you should.
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.
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.
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.
KINGDOM PROTISTA The Protists!. General Characteristics Usually uni-cellular –Generally live as individuals, some form colonies Eukaryotes (contain a.
Chapter 7 Section 1. What is a Protist? Eukaryotes, (have nuclei) Live in moist surroundings. Most are unicellular, but some are multicellular. Some are.
Protists! Miss Charney Northville Central School.
Protist NOTES. All protists are __________ All protists are __________ Which means their cells have a ________ Which means their cells have a ________.
Kingdom Protista Eukaryotes that are not members of the kingdoms Plantae, Animalia, or Fungi Characteristics –Live in moist environment –Either free-living.
Kingdom: Protista. Phylum: Protista Eukaryotic Most are unicellular “Pond water critters”
Kingdom Protista. What is a Protist? unicellular or multicellular anything except plants, animals, or fungi 65,000 species Autotrophs, heterotrophs,
PROTISTS KINGDOMS ARCHAEBACTERIA EUBACTERIA FUNGUS – PROTISTS ANIMAL PLANT.
KINGDOM: PROTISTA “It’s a small world, after all...”
Protists Unicellular Adaptations. Protists Eukaryotic – Membrane bound organelles; nucleus Live in water Most are unicellular – Some are multicelluar.
PROTISTS Diatoms. Commonalities / Differences in the Protist Kingdom All are eukaryotes (cells with nuclei). Live in moist surroundings. Unicellular or.
Protists. PROTISTS We have already learned about Bacteria and Viruses Now its time to study Protists MICROBES: 1.Viruses 2.Bacteria 3.Protists 4.?
Kingdom Protista Protists are so different from each other that you can think of this kingdom as the “junk drawer” kingdom. However, protists do share.
Kingdom Protista Notes A. Protist—eukaryotic one-or many-celled organism which lives in a moist or wet environment;
Kingdom Protista. Protists Protista is made up of mostly unicellular organisms that do not fit into any other kingdom Can be heterotrophic or autotrophic.
3 Basic groups of Protists Fungus-like Slime molds, water molds Plant-like Algae, phytoplankton Animal-like Paramecium, amoeba.
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.
Kingdom Characteristics Eukaryotic Mostly unicellular (microscopic) some are multicellular Autotrophic, Heterotrophic, and both Most reproduce asexually,
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.
Kingdom Protista. Protist Characteristics 200,000 species come in different shapes, sizes, and colors eukaryotes All are eukaryotes – have a nucleus and.
Protists!. What is a Protist? Protists are organisms that are classified into the kingdom Protista. The protists form a group of organisms that really.
Kingdom Protista. Very diverse and unique group of organisms. Unicellular and Eukaryotic. Some are autotrophic (photosynthesis), some are heterotrophic.
Why do most kitchens have a junk drawer? Junk drawers hold miscellaneous items that don’t quite belong anywhere else. Scientists discovered a group of.
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.
In General Usually unicellular Reproduction: Some asexual, some sexual, some both Kingdom for life that doesn’t fit in animals, plant or fungi kingdom.
Kingdom Protista The most diverse kingdom. Protist The protist kingdom contains the most diverse collection of organisms.
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,
Protists. Characteristics live in water eukaryotic most are unicellular, some are multicellular (algae) some are autotrophic (can make own food); some.
Eukaryotes Unicellular or multicellular Very varied group.
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