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ACTINOPODS From the Phylum Actinopoda
BASIC DESCRIPTION Unicellular protists Mostly marine plankton organisms Have axopods that protrude through pores in their shells Axopods are strengthened by a cluster or microtubules
WHAT DO THEY EAT? Unicellular algae
HOW DO THEY EAT? Actinopods use axopods to trap prey Prey becomes entangled in axopods & is later engulfed outside the main body Cytoplasmic streaming carries prey back within the shell
DO THEY PHOTOSYNTHESIZE? Yes Photosynthesize through algal endosymbionts
REPRODUCTION By binary fission or budding
MOVEMENT Some produce flagellated reproductive cells
RADIOLARIANS Classified as an Actinopod Some Actinopods secrete shells made of silica, which are known as radiolarians Radiolarians are usually not visible to a light microsope
Protist. Identify the characteristics of Kingdom Protista. Compare and contrast the four groups of protozoans. Section Objectives:
Protists Dinoflagellates (Red tide, Zooxanthellae, Pfisteria) Diatoms Cocolithophores Radiolarians Foraminiferans Algal blooms.
Rhizopoda. Amoebas, Actinopods, and Foraminiferans Use pseudopodia (cellular extensions) to sometimes feed and for movement Most are heterotrophs Some.
By : Josh Benson. Amoeba Common name: Amoeba, obviously Scientific name: Acanthamoeba polyphaga Kingdom: Amoebozoa. Phylum: Tubulinea. Class:sarcodina.
WHAT IS A PROTIST?. MOST ARE UNICELLULAR! ALL PROTISTS ARE EUKARYOTES, THAT IS THEY HAVE A NUCLEUS. THEY LIVE IN A MOIST ENVIRONMENT.
What Are Protists? Kingdom Protista “odds and ends” Eukaryotic organisms Heterotroph, autotroph, or decomposer.
The amoeba is a very common type of protozoan Trypanosoma is a flagellate type of protozoan and causes sleeping sickness A flagellate protozoan. Can you.
11/5/13 50th Day of School Learning goal (7.L.1): I will be able to describe the characteristics of Euglena. Due Today: Characteristics of Life foldable.
By Connor Murray, Alec Fuoti, and Whit Cummings. Rhizaria is one of the five supergroups of protists, made up mostly by unicellular eukaryotes They exist.
Protist / Algae Live Specimens Lab. Nostoc Blue-green alga. Filaments are called “trichomes”. Form slimy gelatinous colonies with many trichomes encapsulated.
Protists Kingdom – Protista Characteristics 1.Unicellular 2.Eukaryotic 3.Many live as single cells or solitary 4.Some are colonial or live in groups.
Eukaryotes, not members of the kingdoms Plantae, Animalia, or Fungi Most unicellular but not all Protista= very first.
Golden Algae Brittney Jackson and Kaylee Kraft. Basics Phylum: Chrysophyta Both freshwater and marine Majority are photosynthetic – Pigments Chlorophylls.
DiNoFlAgELle T By : Brian Johnson. What is a Dinoflagellate Dinoflagellates are microscopic, usually unicellular, flagellated often photosynthetic protists.
PROTISTS AND FUNGI. Commonalities / Differences in the Protist Kingdom All are eukaryotes (cells with nuclei). Live in moist surroundings. Unicellular.
1 Protists Chapter Outline Endosymbiosis Classifying Protists General Biology of Protists Six Lineages – Euglenozoa – Alveolata – Stramenopila –
TYPES OF REPRODUCTION ASEXUAL VS SEXUAL. Let’s do some comparing!Prokaryote/Eukaryote?Unicellular/Multicellular?Heterotroph/Autotroph?Asexual/Sexual?
How do Protists Eat? Vocabulary Autotrophs: An organism that can produce its own food using, light, water, carbon dioxide or other chemicals. Heterotrophs:
Protists. Characteristics Most diverse kingdom eukaryotic., 1.5 bya Primarily unicellular/multicellular, heterotrophic/autotrophic Usually asexual, some.
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.
Exploring Diversity Protists Characteristics Most diverse of all organisms Most are unicellular, microscopic organisms Most reproduce by asexual reproduction,
Protists Notes 9-3. Kingdom Protista Defining a Protist Protists are eukaryotic organisms that cannot be classified as animals, plants, or fungi
Kingdom Protista. The Link Between Bacteria and the Multicellular World There are plant-like protists that photosynthesize –Dinoflagellates –Euglena –Diatoms.
Kingdom Protista. Definition – Protists are the most diverse Kingdom of eukaryotes Diverse – Different Eukaryote – Organized nucleus and organelles (plants,
Protozoans – The Animal-like Protists. Animal-like Protists Unicellular Consumers Usually produce asexually, but may also produce sexually. Live in or.
Kingdom Protozoa 1 The Protozoans Ciliates Amoeboid Protozoans Flagellated Protozoans.
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 Unit 3. Pond water video reflection- IN: After watching the video clip “Pond Water” respond to the following: List & describe three things you.
L.E. Bio Unit 3 Protists. belong to the Kingdom Protista, which include mostly unicellular organisms that do not fit into the other kingdoms.
Animal-Like Protists Heterotrophic Classified by means of locomotion: flagella, cilia, pseudopods, or none (sessile) Many free living, some parasites of.
Phylum Apicomplexa Gregarines, Coccidians ~ 5,000 species All parasitic.
Slide 1 of 33 Bioluminescence ch?v=T2xh9-UPSlU ch?v=UXl8F-eIoiM Copyright Pearson Prentice Hall.
Protists The Unicellular Eukaryotes. Some Basics: species difficult to classify no “ typical ” protist most aquatic, some terrestrial.
“Animal-Like” Protists: Protozoans. “Animal-like” Protists: Protozoans Kingdom Protista Four phyla of “animal-like” protists differentiated by locomotion.
Adaptations of Unicellular Organisms 1.2.3: Explain how various structures of unicellular organism help that organism survive. Essential Question: How.
Kingdom Protista Most diverse kingdom. Characteristics Eukaryotic (has a nucleus) Unicellular/ Multicellular Autotrophic/Heterotrophic Can be Animal-like,
Kingdom Protista Chapter 20 “Diversity is the Key”
Protists Chapter 21 P Characteristics of Protists Variety in types of movement Variety in types of nutrition Variety of environments needed.
Homeroom Read. Warm UP Name the 4 types of asexual reproduction. Define them. Give an example of each one. Name the 4 types of asexual reproduction. Define.
Kingdom Protista. What is a Protist? unicellular or multicellular anything except plants, animals, or fungi 65,000 species Autotrophs, heterotrophs,
Unicellular Organisms -Unicellular (one celled) organisms are good models for membrane transport, because they need to perform many functions with one.
Bellringer What are flagella and cilia used for?.
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.
Animal-Like Protists Chapter 19 p Phyla of Animal Like Protists Phylum Ciliophora Phylum Ciliophora Phylum Zoomastigina Phylum Zoomastigina Phylum.
Protists continued. Plant-like protists all contain chlorophyll, the pigment found in plant cells, which is involved in the process of photosynthesis.
Asexual Reproduction. What is Asexual Reproduction? Formation of a new organism or individual This new organism or individual has identical genetic.
Protists All protists are eukaryotes Introduction to Protists Protists Some reproduce asexually by mitosis while others exchange genetic material.
What kind of microorganisms live in this lake?. We should know about the members of ; KINGDOM PROTISTA.
Kingdom Protista eukaryotic mostly unicellular autotrophic and heterotrophic (some can be both at the same time) has become the “catch-all” kingdom and.
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