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Protists and Fungus Jeopardy!
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The Paramecium eats by using cilia to sweep food into its ________.
Means “False Foot”
Contains an eyespot
Used for removing excess water in a cell
Sexual Reproduction in protists
Fungi reproduce asexually using spores and
Fungi can be ________ like Dutch Elm Disease, which means they harm other organisms.
What bacteria killing fungus did Fleming isolate in his 1928 experiment?_____________.
Fungi have a ____ ____ like plants
Fungi have a nucleus, so they are called _________
A protist is classified as a __________.
Animal-like protists are commonly called _______.
What are plant-like protists commonly called?
What animal-like characteristic does a euglena have? HINT: food source
They can be heterotrophs.
What plant-like characteristic does a euglena have? HINT: food source
They can be autotrophs.
Fungi reproduce sexually using spores and __________
This type of reproduction is the best for the survival of the species.
Thin hair like structures of a fungus often underground
An Algae and a fungus living together in a symbiotic relationship
Fungi are more like ______ than plants
Protist that contains flagella
Protist with two nuclei
Kingdom containing mushrooms, molds, and mildews.
Top of a mushroom
Are things That Different? Yummy How do You Do That? Picture This Mixed.
PROTISTS AND FUNGI. Create this G.O. PROTISTSimilar/CompareDifferent/ContrastFUNGI.
Protists and Fungi. Kingdom Protista Plant-like, animal-like, or fungus-like Heterotrophs or autotrophs Most unicellular, some multicellular.
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. 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 “It’s a small world, after all...”
PROTISTS AND FUNGI. Similarities and Differences in the Protist Kingdom All are eukaryotes (cells with nuclei). Live in moist surroundings. Unicellular.
Chapter 2 Lessons 1 and 2 Protists and Fungi. Protists Eukaryotes that cannot be classified into any other kingdom Live in moist environments Very diverse.
All are eukaryotes (cells with nuclei). Live in moist surroundings. Unicellular or multicellular. Autotrophs, heterotrophs, or both. Some can.
Domain: Eukarya. General characteristics All protists are EUKARYOTES They can’t be classified as animals, plants or fungi Most are unicellular (ONE CELL)
Bellringer 1/14/16Unit: 5 Standard: Protista Learning Target: I can describe characteristics of animal- like, plant-like and fungus-like protists and give.
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.
PROTISTS Diatoms. Commonalities / Differences in the Protist Kingdom All are eukaryotes (cells with nuclei). Live in moist surroundings. Unicellular or.
Protists and Fungi By: Ms. Avery 8 th grade Science.
Living Things and Viruses Jeopardy Test Review Game.
Protists Quiz Review What is the kingdom of eukaryotic organisms that live in moist environments? Kingdom Protista.
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.
The Protists Kingdom Protista Kingdom with the most diverse members. Heterotrophs, Autotrophs OR both Unicellular… Various types of cell walls.
PROTISTS AND FUNGI. KINGDOM PROTISTA Kingdom Protista Eukaryotes (cells with nuclei). Live in moist surroundings. Unicellular or multicellular. Autotrophs,
PROTISTS The “Little Guys”. BUT… There are some general characteristics they all share: Unicellular (made of one cell) and Multicellular (more than.
Introduction to Kingdom Protista Domain Eukarya, Kingdom Protista –Any eukaryote that is not classified as a fungus, plant or animal Three major groups:
PROTISTS FUNGI PLANTS. PROTISTS What is a Protist? Eukaryotic organism that is not a plant, animal, or fungi, but may contain characteristics of any of.
Protist and Fungi Notes: Chapter 19 & Kingdoms Archaebacteria Archaebacteria Eubacteria Eubacteria Protist Fungi Plant Animal.
EUKARYOTES. EUKARYOTES ANTICIPATION GUIDE ( Choices for each question include protists, fungi, plants, and animals.) 1. Do not contain cell walls and.
Mycology: The study of fungi. Characteristics Eukaryotic (have a nucleus) Heterotrophs (most are decomposers) Some are unicellular (yeast) Most are multicellular.
Jeopardy Characteristics Feeding Habits ProtistsFungi Misc Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
Classification of Life The 6 Kingdoms. What are the 6 Kingdoms? ► Bacteria (Eubacteria) ► Archaeabacteria ► Protista ► Fungi ► Plantae ► Anamalia.
Simple Organisms part 2 Protist and Fungi Oh Bacteria! Oh, lacking any nucleus, you do have a cell wall You live in water, air, and soil, and anywhere.
What is a Protist? A Look into the “Grab Bag” Kingdom.
Protists Notes 9-3. Kingdom Protista Defining a Protist Protists are eukaryotic organisms that cannot be classified as animals, plants, or fungi
FungiFungi. I. What are fungi? –A. Eukaryotes –B. Heterotrophs –C. Use spores to reproduce –D. Need moist, warm environment –E. Examples: 1. mushrooms.
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.
Major Characteristics of the Six Kingdoms. Six Kingdoms Archaebacteria Eubacteria Protista Fungi Plantae Animalia.
Kingdom Protista. What is a Protist? unicellular or multicellular anything except plants, animals, or fungi 65,000 species Autotrophs, heterotrophs,
Protist Six Square Protist Protist –a one or many celled organism that lives in moist surroundings. All are eukaryotic. Algae Algae –plant like protists.
PROTIST AND FUNGI. PROTISTS ARE ORGANISMS THAT ARE CLASSIFIED INTO THE KINGDOM PROTISTA. ALTHOUGH THERE IS A LOT OF VARIETY WITHIN THE PROTISTS, THEY.
REVIEW Bacteria, Virus, Protist & Fungi. What is another word for moneran? 1. Virus 2. Protist 3. Bacteria 4. Fungi 0 of 29.
KINGDOM PROTISTA The Protists!. General Characteristics Usually uni-cellular –Generally live as individuals, some form colonies Eukaryotes (contain a.
Animal-like Protists and Funguslike Protists. Before we begin…some review What does the term “eukaryotic” mean? What does the term “heterotroph” mean?
CHAPTER 8 “PROTISTS AND FUNGI” (P. 210) KINGDOM PROTISTA -most are simple one- celled organisms. - but a few are multicellular. - all are eukaryotic.
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.
Kingdom Fungi fungi - heterotrophic single-celled or multicellular organisms, including yeasts, molds, and mushrooms.
The Protist Kingdom …And the 3 “Classic” Protists!
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.
Protista and Fungi. Kingdom Protista / To be a protista you must: / Be a eukaryotic organisms / Most are unicellular but a few are multicellular / If’s.
Regents Biology Domain Bacteria Domain Archaebacteria Domain Eukaryotes Common ancestor Protists Simple Eukaryotes.
Chapter 8 Protists & Fungi. Ch Protists A. Protists – eukaryotic one or many-celled organism that live in a moist or wet environment 1. Protists.
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