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Microorganismos VocabularioEspañolFood ChainExperiment
Microorganismos 100 Where do microorganisms prefer to live?
A- Micro 100 Microorganisms prefer humid and warm places.
Microorganismos 200 Name two ways in which microorganisms move.
A- Micro 200 Flagella Cilia Pseudo pod As a parasite
Microorganismos 300 Give an example of a single celled eukaryotic organism.
A- Micro 300 Paramecium
Microorganismos 400 This is a single-celled or multi-celled organism that lives in moist areas and has both plant and animal characteristics.
A- Micro 400 A protist is a single- celled or multi-celled organism that lives in moist areas and has both plant and animal characteristics.
Microorganismos 500 Give an example of an animal-like protist and a plant-like protist.
A- Micro 500 Animal-like= protozoan Plant-like= algae
Vocabulario 100 This type of organism is simple, single celled and does not have a nucleus.
A Vocab 100 A prokaryotic organism
Vocabulario 200 This type of organism is complex, it can be either single-celled or multi-celled and it has a nucleus to protect its DNA.
A Vocab 200 A eukaryotic organism.
Vocabulario 300 A microscopic producer, it is a protist that usually lives in water and provides food for many living things.
A Vocab 300 algae
Vocabulario 400 A microscopic, animal-like protist. Microscopic consumer
A Vocab 400 protozoan
Vocabulario 500 A microscopic decomposer, it is single-celled and it exists everywhere.
A Vocab 500 Bacteria
Español 100 descomponedores
A- Esp 100 decomposers
Español 200 Es un organismo que tiene células con núcleos.
A- Esp 200 eucariota
Español 300 Es un tipo de protozoario que usa su cilio para moverse.
A- Esp 300 Cilio
Español 400 Es un tipo de protozoario que usa su pseudópodos para moverse.
A- Esp 400 el ameboide: Pseudópodos
Español 500 Es una protista que semejanza una planta.
A- Esp 500 Una alga
Food Chain 100 These are possibly the most important part of the food chain. The create their own food through photosynthesis.
A- FC 100 producers
Food Chain 200 Name two types of consumers.
A- FC 200 Herbivore Carnivore Parasite Scavenger
Food Chain 300 Name two types of decomposers
A- FC 300 Bacteria Fungus
Food Chain 400 This is an organism, often a bacterium or fungus, that feeds on and breaks down dead plant or animal matter.
A- FC 400 Decomposer
Food Chain 500 Organisms that are neither plant nor animals, but have characteristics of both and absorb food from whatever they are growing on.
A- FC 500 Fungi:
Experiment 100 This is a statement made about something you want to know more about. It is often called an “educated guess” because you are guessing how something will turn out.
A- Ex 100 Hypothesis
Experiment 200 This is the summary of an experiment, based on data related to a hypothesis.
A- Ex 200 conclusion
Experiment 300 A series of steps to find the answer to a question.
A- Ex 300 Experiment
Experiment 400 This is the part of the experiment that you keep the same.
A- Ex 400 Control
Experiment 500 This is the part of the experiment that you change in order to see what happens when you change it.
A- Ex 500 Variable
The Good and Bad of Microorganisms Question Packet.
Kingdom Protista Eukaryotes that are not members of the kingdoms Plantae, Animalia, or Fungi Characteristics –Live in moist environment –Either free-living.
Biology Vocabulary Word Group IV. PROPERTY A quality that describes an object.
What are protists? Very diverse group of organisms containing over 200,000 species NOT members of the kingdoms plantae, animalia, fungi or bacteria Eukaryotes.
Kingdom Protista. Introduction Does not fit into kingdom fungi, animalia, or plantae Live in water Most are unicellular and some are multicellular Features.
1.The large plant-like organism in the picture is a giant kelp, a type of protist called a brown algae. What role does the kelp play in this ecosystem?
Warm upWarm up How many different types of cells do you recognize in the following figure?
Bellringer What are flagella and cilia used for?.
Kingdom Protista Known as the “catch all” kingdom.
Classifying Living Things. The Six Kingdoms Let us name the six kingdoms: Archaebacteria Eubacteria Protista Fungi Plantae Animalia.
Cell Theory. 1. All living things are made of cells.
PROTISTS. KINGDOM PROTISTA Part of domain Eukarya Part of domain Eukarya Unicellular or simple Multicellular organisms Unicellular or simple Multicellular.
Microorganisms & Bacteria Section Microorganisms Very small, living things that you need a microscope to see Three kingdoms include microorganisms.
A who’s who of the Protista Kingdom. What are The five kingdoms? Monera PROTISTA Fungi Plantae Animalia.
FIVE KINGDOMS OF LIFE 1. A nimalia 2. P lantae 3. P rotista 4. F ungi 5. M onera.
MICROBES Chapter 11. Standard Course of Study 6.03: Compare the life functions of protists. 7.01: Compare and contrast microbes. Students will be.
Warm-Up / EOC Prep 1. Which of the cells characterized in the chart below is a prokaryotic cell? A. Cell A B. Cell B C. Cell C D. Cell D 2. Which does.
Archaebacteria Archae - Archaic meaning ancient Single celled Prokaryotic – lack a nucleus Live in extreme environmental conditions.
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.
Chapter 19 Protists KEY CONCEPT Kingdom Protista is the most diverse of all the kingdoms.
Kingdom:Protista The Unicellular Eukaryotes. Protista Eukaryotic Usually unicellular (One group of multicellular protista – the red, green and brown algae)
Chapter 11 Protists and Fungi An organism that belongs to the kingdom Protista Click for Term.
Protists Unit 3. Pond water video reflection- IN: After watching the video clip “Pond Water” respond to the following: List & describe three things you.
Cells and Classification of Life Reassessment Review Directions Click “Slideshow” then “From Beginning” to view this presentation properly. Take detailed.
Bacteria, Archaea, and Protists. 3 Domains; 6 Kingdoms Domain Bacteria Contains Kingdom Bacteria Domain Archaea Contains Kingdom Archaea Domain.
Are things That Different? Yummy How do You Do That? Picture This Mixed.
3 Basic groups of Protists Fungus-like Slime molds, water molds Plant-like Algae, phytoplankton Animal-like Paramecium, amoeba.
Classification of Life The 6 Kingdoms. What are the 6 Kingdoms? ► Bacteria (Eubacteria) ► Archaeabacteria ► Protista ► Fungi ► Plantae ► Anamalia.
Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin.
Domains and Kingdoms Images, from left to right: Cholera bacteria, Volvox colony, Strep bacteria.
PROTISTS AND FUNGI. Create this G.O. PROTISTSimilar/CompareDifferent/ContrastFUNGI.
Unicellular Organisms Objective 1.2 Identify unicellular organisms, including bacteria and protista, by their methods of locomotion, reproduction, ingestion,
Prokaryotic vs. Eukaryotic Cells Eukaryotic Cells Prokaryotic Cells.
Chapter 8 Protists and Fungi. Protists Protist- one or many celled organism that lives in moist/wet surroundings. – Eukaryotic cells – Asexual reproduction.
1.Find three ways to group these animals. 2.What characteristics did you use for each of your classifications?
I’m Swimming Next to an Amoeba! Protozoans are single-celled organisms that live in water. Let’s look at some examples of different types of protists.
Producers, Consumers, Decomposers Its all about what you eat!
Unit 5 – Lesson 3. Protists Protists are single cell organisms Can be producers and consumers They are known as they “odds n ends” of life. – Mushroom.
14.2 The Six Kingdoms. Three main characteristics that distinguish the members of each kingdom a. Cellular type (complex or simple) b. Their ability to.
Classification. When scientists classify organisms, they arrange them in orderly groups.
Fungi Warm up Identify the following figures. Specify which is a eukaryotic and which is prokaryotic.
Mrs. Horn Science An organism that may have characteristics of fungi, plants, and animals Some have more than one cell, but MOST have only.
Kingdom Classifications Section History of Kingdom Systems Aristotle was the first to classify organisms: – Plant – Animal Microscope use allowed.
Activity 6: Food Chains and Food Webs. yrcY5i3s&feature=related (song)http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sbW yrcY5i3s&feature=related.
A Walk Through Time Assignments Check 102 Web Site.
Chapter 2, lesson 2 How Organisms are Classified.
Microbe Jeopardy Scientific Method Good of Microbes Bad of Microbes Characteristics of Microbes Other Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200.
Protist Review This is what you need to know for tomorrow’s test!
Warm Up K-W-L: Algae. Warm Up Write the question and the answer: What are the three groups we divide Protists into?
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