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Kingdom protista

  1. 1. KINGDOM PROTISTA
  2. 2. What are protist? • Large, diverse group of organisms, including the plant-like protists (algae), fungi-like protists, and the animal-like protists (protozoans). • “Dumping site of hard t classify organisms”
  3. 3. PROTOZOANS-Animal like Protist • mostly single-celled eukaryotic organism that feed heterotrophically and exhibit diverse mechanisms of mobility.
  4. 4. PHYLUM ZOOMASTAGINA • single-celled organisms with one or more whip-like flagella which they use to assist them in moving. • “Zooflagellates” Trypanosoma gambiense
  5. 5. PHYLUM SARCODINA • Move by temporary projections called pseudopods.
  6. 6. PHYLUM CILIOPHORA • Protist with cilia-”Hair-like projections” Paramecium
  7. 7. PHYLUM SPOROZOA • Not free-living and are parasytic. • They produce spores. “Malaria” -Plasmodium sp.
  8. 8. PHYLUM EUGLENOPHYTA • Plant-like protists that have two flagella but have no cell wall.
  9. 9. PHYLUM PYRROPHYTA • Dinoflagellates-has two flagella often wrapped around the organisms circumference. Redtide
  10. 10. PHYLUM CHRYSOPHYTA • Includes the yellow green algae and the golden brown algae. Golden-brown Algae Yellow Green Algae
  11. 11. GREEN ALGAE IN YELLOW SEA IN CHINA
  12. 12. PHYLUM BACILLARIOPHYTA • Includes diatoms, one of the most abundant organisms on earth. Dennis Kunkel
  13. 13. FUNGUS LIKE PROTIST • Lack chlorophyll and absorb food through their cell walls.
  14. 14. PHYLUM ACRASIOMYCOTA • It include slime molds
  15. 15. PHYLUM MYXOMYCOTA • Acellular slime molds.
  16. 16. PHYLUM OOMYCOTA • Water molds

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