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Algae And Protisian Molds

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The lecture over the other types of protists

The lecture over the other types of protists

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  • 1. Algae and Protisian Molds
  • 2. Algae
    • Photoautotrophic Protists
    • Many unicellular species and multicelular species
    • Lack differentiated tissues
    • Separated into phyla by their major color
  • 3. Zooplankton
    • Form the base of most marine ecosystems
    • Responsible for much of the Earth’s oxygen production
    • Zooplankton are photosynthetic protozoans
    • Phytoplankton are unicellular algae
  • 4. Plants vs Algae
    • Autotrophic
    • Eukaryotic
    • Contain Chlorophyll
    • Different cell wall materials
    • Different pigments
    • Many unicellular species
    Same Different
  • 5. Fungus-like Protists
    • Cellular Slime Mold, Plasmodial Slime Mold, and Water Molds
    • Most saprophotic, some parasitic
  • 6. Cellular Slime molds
    • Cellular slime molds- normally live as ameboid individual cells
    • Cluster in times of stress to sexually reproduce
  • 7. Plasmodial Slime Molds
    • Moves as a group
    • Live mostly on forest floors
    • Not made from individual cells
    • Forms sexually reproductive structures in times of stress
  • 8. Water molds
    • Branching cells grouped together
    • Mostly live in fresh water
    • Infamous for causing the Irish Potato Famine