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One celled Eukaryotes & AlgaeKingdom Protista One celled Eukaryotes & Algae
Protista: Animal Like: Plant Like: Euglena Euglena Diatoms ParameciumAmoeba Plant Like: Euglena Diatoms Algae (one celled Or multi-celled kelp)
Cilia Locomotion Protection Sensory Feeding (oral groove) Human ciliaHair like appendages Locomotion Protection Sensory Feeding (oral groove) Human cilia Line the throat !
Contractile Vacuole Open & Shut Contractile Vacuole Liquid ExcretionPumps out water Maintains water homeostasis If nonfunctional paramecium could burst! Open & Shut Contractile Vacuole
Paramecium Cilia Oral Groove Contractile Vacuole
Food Vacuole Digests food Contains enzymes pH changes Delivers foodForms at end of oral groove
Oral groove sweeps food into food vacuoles
A Didinium devours a Paramecium (both ciliates)
Silica Box Shell Diatom covering Silica (glass) Floats Contains photosynthesis pigments
Diatoms: Basis of the food chain=producers
Producers are the base of the food pyramid:2ndary Consumers Primary Consumers Producers = Diatoms
Dinoflagellates: Red TideBioluminescence Poisonous Animal Plankton Consumers
Euglena: Plant & Animal likeChloroplasts Red Eye spot = Light sensor Flagella Consumer
Amoeba asexual divisionPseudopod: For locomotion, Sensory & food getting Nucleus
Amoeba pseudopodia engulfing a paramecium
Amoeba cytoskeleton allows it to change shape…….
Slime Mold Plasmodium (body)
Slime mold plasmodium body & reproductive sproangia stalks
Bread mold mycellium body of tubes (hyphae)
Hyphae (tube) structures of bread mold:
Mold mycelium ( body of tubes or hyphae)
Mycelium & Hypha of a FungusHypha tubes Mycelium body
Mushroom caps are the above ground fruiting bodyBelow ground is the body of mycelium tubes !
Fungi Fruiting Body
Lichen= Fungi & Algae Fungi makes carbon dioxide & a habitatAlgae makes oxygen & food
PROTISTS AND FUNGI.
Most diverse of all the Kingdoms
Characteristics of Living Things (organisms)
KEY CONCEPT Kingdom Protista is the most diverse of all the kingdoms.
Protists- the hodge- podge group
Chapter 21 Protist and Fungi.
19.1 Section Objectives – page 503
Bacteria, Virus, Protist & Fungi
The organelles and their functions of the Amoeba, Paramecium, Euglena, and Volvox.
Protists and Fungus Jeopardy!. ProtistsFungusProtist 2Fungus 2Random
Amoeba No cell wall Use pseudopodia to move Most live in salt water, some live in ponds. Reproduce asexually Some may form cysts if conditions are unfavorable.
Chapter 8 Kingdom Protista. Protist – a single or many celled organism that lies in moist or wet surroundings Eukaryotic Plant like Animal like Fungus.
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.
In General Usually unicellular Reproduction: Some asexual, some sexual, some both Kingdom for life that doesn’t fit in animals, plant or fungi kingdom.
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