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Kingdom Protista Kingdom Fungi
Kingdom Protista Mostly unicellular EukaryoticAutotrophic and Heterotrophic Both aquatic and terrestrial May reproduce sexually (conjugation) or asexually (binary fission)
1)Animal-like protists (protozoans)Phylum Example Type of movement Sarcodina ameba pseudopods "false feet" Ciliophora paramecium cilia Zooflagellates Trypanosoma flagella Sporozoa Plasmodium nonmotile
Animal-like protists (protozoans)Ameba Paramecium Trypanosoma Plasmodium
2) Plant-like Protists These protists photosynthesize. ExamplesEuglena Golden algae (diatoms) Dinoflagellates (cause red tides) Green algae (ex-spirogyra) Brown algae (seaweeds) Red algae (seaweeds)
3) Fungi-like protists Example: Slime molds
Kingdom Fungi Includes yeast, mold, mushrooms, rusts, and smutsEukaryotic and heterotrophic! Saprobes=decomposers Mostly multicellular (unicellular-yeast) Some parasites (pathogens)-athlete’s foot, ring worm, yeast infections
Examples of Fungi Mushroom Yeast Rust Smut
Beneficial Fungi Penicillium-mold producing penicillinYeast used in making bread Truffles-edible Blue cheese-contains mold Lichens-2 organisms (fungus and algae) These are the 1st organisms to colonize bare rock and make new soil
Examples of beneficial fungi
Kingdom Protista 3 GROUPS OF PHYLA: ANIMAL-LIKE, PLANT-LIKE AND FUNGAL-LIKE PROTISTS ARE: UNICELLULAR, COLONIAL, OR MULTICELLULAR; EUKARYOTIC; MOSTLY HETEROTROPHIC;
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