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  •  Protists has a more complex structure, function, behavior and ecology than bacteria They have specialized organelles for feeding, digestion, excretion, respiration, coordinatio n, and locomotion They may be classified as plantlike, funguslike, or animal-like
  •  Three groups of algae which where traditionally classified as plants are now considered as protist They represent the multicellular plant-like protist Protist are not considered as plants because they do not have structures that protect their gametes and zygote
  •  They are not considered animals either, because they do not undergo embryonic development Neither they are not fungi because they do not have chitin in their cell walls as true fungi have
  • GREEN ALGAE
  • KELPS
  • RED CORAL ALGAE
  • PLANTLIKE PROTIST Phytoplanktons, a varied group of single- celled photosynthetic organisms that float near the surface of fresh and salty water Provide food for most aquatic animals
  • PLANTLIKE PROTIST Examples are euglena, dinoflagellates, golden-brown algae and diatoms
  • FUNGUSLIKE PROTIST They are saprophytic. Theyderived food and energy by breaking down dead organic matter Examples are slime molds
  • ANIMAL-LIKE PROTIST They are also called Protozoans They are all heterotrophic protists Animal-like protists includes zooflagellates (trypanosoma), sarcodina (amoeba), sporozoa (plasmodium) and ciliates (paramecium)
  • TRYPANOSOMA
  • AMOEBA
  • PLASMODIUM
  • PARAMECIUM