By
Nia Widyastuti
Basic Competency
Describing the
characteristics of
phyla in Protists
and their role in life
Indicator
 Describing the cha...
What’s this picture?
Characteristics of Protozoa
a. Unicell (mono cell)
b. Size 100-3000 micron
c. Euchariotic (has nucleus membrane)
d. Life w...
Classification of Protozoa
1. Rhizopod
 Has move tools is pseudopod (false
foot)
 Life Style : parasite and free
 Habit...
Flagellata
 Has move tool is flagella
called whip feathers
 Life Style with autotrof
(Phytoflagellata) and
heterotrof (z...
Ciliates
 Has move tools is tremble
feathers (cillia)
 Life in free area or
parasite
 Habitat: in the water
 Example :...
Sporozoa
 Don’t have move tool, but have
spore in their life cycle
 Usually life in host animal and
human
 Example: Pla...
Characteristics of Fungi like Protists
Structure of body shape filamen or thread
Heterotrof and absorbtif
Sometimes has...
Classification of Myxomycophita
1. Myxomycota (mucus fungi plasmodial)
2. Acrasimycota (mucus fungi celluler)
3. Oomycota ...
Myxomycota ( mucus fungi plasmodial)
 Has ± 500 species
 Habitat: water, damp soil ,
manure of leaf,and collapse
stem or...
Acrasimycota (mucus fungi celluler)
 Has ± 70 species
 Habitat: water, damp soil,
manure of leaf,and stem or
plant which...
Oomycota (water fungi)
 Has ± 580 spesies
 Saprofit and Parasite
 Habitat: water, sea and damp
soil
 Cell wall from ce...
Advantages of Protozoa
 Useful in food chain
 as polution indicator
 Basic material to make brush tool (Radiolaria)
 a...
Disadvantages
Cause many disease in human, example:
malaria disease→ Plasmodium sp.
sleep disease → Trypanosoma gambiense...
Useful of Myxomycophita
Advantages
 as decomposer
 as saprofit
Disadvantages
 Rotten disease in germination plant, exam...
Exercises:
1. How are euglena to similar to both
animals and plants?
2. Can you mention all characteristics of
class in Pr...
Protist animal like
Protist animal like
Protist animal like
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Protist animal like

  1. 1. By Nia Widyastuti
  2. 2. Basic Competency Describing the characteristics of phyla in Protists and their role in life Indicator  Describing the characteristics of Protists  Distinguish among fungi-like, plants-like, and animal like Protist  Explain the basic classification like of fungi like, plants-like, and animal-like Protists
  3. 3. What’s this picture?
  4. 4. Characteristics of Protozoa a. Unicell (mono cell) b. Size 100-3000 micron c. Euchariotic (has nucleus membrane) d. Life with soliter (individual) and coloni (group) e. Heterotrof and there are Autotrof in common f. Free life (Cosmopholit) g. Move with rhizopodes, flagella, and cilia. h. Vegetative reproduction with self division and shape of bud with Generative reproduction with conjugation
  5. 5. Classification of Protozoa 1. Rhizopod  Has move tools is pseudopod (false foot)  Life Style : parasite and free  Habitat: sea and water  Example: Amoeba proteus
  6. 6. Flagellata  Has move tool is flagella called whip feathers  Life Style with autotrof (Phytoflagellata) and heterotrof (zooflagelata)  Habitat: in the sea and water  Example: Giardia sp.
  7. 7. Ciliates  Has move tools is tremble feathers (cillia)  Life in free area or parasite  Habitat: in the water  Example : Paramecium caudatum
  8. 8. Sporozoa  Don’t have move tool, but have spore in their life cycle  Usually life in host animal and human  Example: Plasmodium sp.
  9. 9. Characteristics of Fungi like Protists Structure of body shape filamen or thread Heterotrof and absorbtif Sometimes has flagel cells in their life Cell wall composed from cellulose (especially water fungi like protists), not from chitin like in fungi All members can shape spores
  10. 10. Classification of Myxomycophita 1. Myxomycota (mucus fungi plasmodial) 2. Acrasimycota (mucus fungi celluler) 3. Oomycota (water fungi)
  11. 11. Myxomycota ( mucus fungi plasmodial)  Has ± 500 species  Habitat: water, damp soil , manure of leaf,and collapse stem or plant  Some of members has bright pigment  Not photosynthesis and all members heterotrof  Eating phase has done by amoeboid massa (not flagel) called plasmodium  Sporangium has shape complex. Spores diploid/ haploid depend on condition nucleus in plasmodium  Example :Physarum, Tubifera
  12. 12. Acrasimycota (mucus fungi celluler)  Has ± 70 species  Habitat: water, damp soil, manure of leaf,and stem or plant which collapse  Some of members don’t has bright pigment  Move by pseudopod (foot false)  Spread cell from membrane, not soenositik, and haploid organisms  Example : Dictyostelium discoideum
  13. 13. Oomycota (water fungi)  Has ± 580 spesies  Saprofit and Parasite  Habitat: water, sea and damp soil  Cell wall from cellulose  Diploid condition occur in life cycle oomycota  Has flagella cell  Different with the other filum has structure motil (zoospore) spore with 2 flagel  Example: Saprolegnia sp., Phytophthora sp.
  14. 14. Advantages of Protozoa  Useful in food chain  as polution indicator  Basic material to make brush tool (Radiolaria)  as oil indicator(Globerina)  help rotten process food residue (Entamoeba coli)
  15. 15. Disadvantages Cause many disease in human, example: malaria disease→ Plasmodium sp. sleep disease → Trypanosoma gambiense disentri disease → Entamoeba histolytica
  16. 16. Useful of Myxomycophita Advantages  as decomposer  as saprofit Disadvantages  Rotten disease in germination plant, example: Phytium sp.  Phytophthora sp. attack potato, coconut, tobacco, chocolate, kina, and cengkeh plant.
  17. 17. Exercises: 1. How are euglena to similar to both animals and plants? 2. Can you mention all characteristics of class in Protozoa? 3. Mention two ways protists are helpful and two disease caused by protozoa!

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