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  • Protists animals plants_fungi

    1. 1. PROTISTS & ANIMALS
    2. 2. How are PROTISTS classified?
    3. 3. How are PROTISTS classified?In DOMAIN EUKARYA
    4. 4. How are PROTISTS classified?In DOMAIN EUKARYA KINGDOM PROTISTA
    5. 5. How are PROTISTS classified?In DOMAIN EUKARYA KINGDOM PROTISTAIncludes eukaryotes that:
    6. 6. How are PROTISTS classified?In DOMAIN EUKARYA KINGDOM PROTISTAIncludes eukaryotes that: Don’t fit in the other 3 kingdoms
    7. 7. How are PROTISTS classified?In DOMAIN EUKARYA KINGDOM PROTISTAIncludes eukaryotes that: Don’t fit in the other 3 kingdoms Are unicellular (or colonial)
    8. 8. How are PROTISTS classified?In DOMAIN EUKARYA KINGDOM PROTISTAIncludes eukaryotes that: Don’t fit in the other 3 kingdoms Are unicellular (or colonial) Reproduce sexually (by releasing egg or sperm into watery surroundings) or asexually (by mitosis)
    9. 9. Examples of PROTISTS
    10. 10. Examples of PROTISTSPROTOZOA:
    11. 11. Examples of PROTISTSPROTOZOA: Animal-like (heterotrophic) protists that have different structures for movement
    12. 12. Examples of PROTISTSPROTOZOA: Animal-like (heterotrophic) protists that have different structures for movement Ex.: Paramecium, Amoeba, Stentor
    13. 13. Examples of PROTISTSPROTOZOA: Animal-like (heterotrophic) protists that have different structures for movement Ex.: Paramecium, Amoeba, Stentor
    14. 14. Examples of PROTISTSPROTOZOA: Animal-like (heterotrophic) protists that have different structures for movement Ex.: Paramecium, Amoeba, Stentor
    15. 15. Examples of PROTISTSPROTOZOA: Animal-like (heterotrophic) protists that have different structures for movement Ex.: Paramecium, Amoeba, Stentor
    16. 16. Examples of PROTISTSPROTOZOA: Animal-like (heterotrophic) protists that have different structures for movement Ex.: Paramecium, Amoeba, StentorALGAE:
    17. 17. Examples of PROTISTSPROTOZOA: Animal-like (heterotrophic) protists that have different structures for movement Ex.: Paramecium, Amoeba, StentorALGAE: Plant-like (autotrophic) protists that may have different structures for movement
    18. 18. Examples of PROTISTSPROTOZOA: Animal-like (heterotrophic) protists that have different structures for movement Ex.: Paramecium, Amoeba, StentorALGAE: Plant-like (autotrophic) protists that may have different structures for movement Ex.: Volvox, Euglena
    19. 19. Examples of PROTISTSPROTOZOA: Animal-like (heterotrophic) protists that have different structures for movement Ex.: Paramecium, Amoeba, StentorALGAE: Plant-like (autotrophic) protists that may have different structures for movement Ex.: Volvox, Euglena
    20. 20. Examples of PROTISTSPROTOZOA: Animal-like (heterotrophic) protists that have different structures for movement Ex.: Paramecium, Amoeba, StentorALGAE: Plant-like (autotrophic) protists that may have different structures for movement Ex.: Volvox, Euglena
    21. 21. Examples of PROTISTSPROTOZOA: Animal-like (heterotrophic) protists that have different structures for movement Ex.: Paramecium, Amoeba, StentorALGAE: Plant-like (autotrophic) protists that may have different structures for movement Ex.: Volvox, EuglenaFungus-like protists:
    22. 22. Examples of PROTISTSPROTOZOA: Animal-like (heterotrophic) protists that have different structures for movement Ex.: Paramecium, Amoeba, StentorALGAE: Plant-like (autotrophic) protists that may have different structures for movement Ex.: Volvox, EuglenaFungus-like protists: Heterotrophic decomposers
    23. 23. Examples of PROTISTSPROTOZOA: Animal-like (heterotrophic) protists that have different structures for movement Ex.: Paramecium, Amoeba, StentorALGAE: Plant-like (autotrophic) protists that may have different structures for movement Ex.: Volvox, EuglenaFungus-like protists: Heterotrophic decomposers Ex.: slime molds
    24. 24. Why are PROTISTS important?
    25. 25. Why are PROTISTS important?Producers &/or consumers &/or decomposers in food chains
    26. 26. Why are PROTISTS important?Producers &/or consumers &/or decomposers in food chains
    27. 27. Why are PROTISTS important?Producers &/or consumers &/or decomposers in food chainsSymbiotic relationships (ex.: protist & termite)
    28. 28. Why are PROTISTS important?Producers &/or consumers &/or decomposers in food chainsSymbiotic relationships (ex.: protist & termite)Some parasites that cause disease (ex.: Giardia, Plasmodium (malaria), Trypanosoma (African sleeping sickness))
    29. 29. Why are PROTISTS important?Producers &/or consumers &/or decomposers in food chainsSymbiotic relationships (ex.: protist & termite)Some parasites that cause disease (ex.: Giardia, Plasmodium (malaria), Trypanosoma (African sleeping sickness))
    30. 30. Why are PROTISTS important?Producers &/or consumers &/or decomposers in food chainsSymbiotic relationships (ex.: protist & termite)Some parasites that cause disease (ex.: Giardia, Plasmodium (malaria), Trypanosoma (African sleeping sickness))
    31. 31. How are ANIMALS classified?
    32. 32. How are ANIMALS classified?In DOMAIN EUKARYA
    33. 33. How are ANIMALS classified?In DOMAIN EUKARYA KINGDOM ANIMALIA
    34. 34. How are ANIMALS classified?In DOMAIN EUKARYA KINGDOM ANIMALIAIncludes eukaryotes that are:
    35. 35. How are ANIMALS classified?In DOMAIN EUKARYA KINGDOM ANIMALIAIncludes eukaryotes that are: Multicellular
    36. 36. How are ANIMALS classified?In DOMAIN EUKARYA KINGDOM ANIMALIAIncludes eukaryotes that are: Multicellular Heterotrophs that ingest food
    37. 37. How are ANIMALS classified?In DOMAIN EUKARYA KINGDOM ANIMALIAIncludes eukaryotes that are: Multicellular Heterotrophs that ingest food Able to reproduce sexually (& some asexually too)
    38. 38. How are ANIMALS classified?In DOMAIN EUKARYA KINGDOM ANIMALIAIncludes eukaryotes that are: Multicellular Heterotrophs that ingest food Able to reproduce sexually (& some asexually too) Lacking cell walls & usually able to move on their own
    39. 39. Examples of ANIMALS
    40. 40. Examples of ANIMALS INVERTEBRATES:
    41. 41. Examples of ANIMALS INVERTEBRATES: Sponges
    42. 42. Examples of ANIMALS INVERTEBRATES: Sponges
    43. 43. Examples of ANIMALS INVERTEBRATES: Sponges Cnidarians (stinging-celled animals)
    44. 44. Examples of ANIMALS INVERTEBRATES: Sponges Cnidarians (stinging-celled animals)
    45. 45. Examples of ANIMALS INVERTEBRATES: Sponges Cnidarians (stinging-celled animals) Flat, round & segmented worms
    46. 46. Examples of ANIMALS INVERTEBRATES: Sponges Cnidarians (stinging-celled animals) Flat, round & segmented worms
    47. 47. Examples of ANIMALS INVERTEBRATES: Sponges Cnidarians (stinging-celled animals) Flat, round & segmented worms Mollusks
    48. 48. Examples of ANIMALS INVERTEBRATES: Sponges Cnidarians (stinging-celled animals) Flat, round & segmented worms Mollusks
    49. 49. Examples of ANIMALS INVERTEBRATES: Sponges Cnidarians (stinging-celled animals) Flat, round & segmented worms Mollusks Arthropods
    50. 50. Examples of ANIMALS INVERTEBRATES: Sponges Cnidarians (stinging-celled animals) Flat, round & segmented worms Mollusks Arthropods
    51. 51. Examples of ANIMALS INVERTEBRATES: Sponges Cnidarians (stinging-celled animals) Flat, round & segmented worms Mollusks Arthropods Echinoderms (spiny-skinned animals)
    52. 52. Examples of ANIMALS INVERTEBRATES: Sponges Cnidarians (stinging-celled animals) Flat, round & segmented worms Mollusks Arthropods Echinoderms (spiny-skinned animals)
    53. 53. Examples of ANIMALS INVERTEBRATES: Sponges Cnidarians (stinging-celled animals) Flat, round & segmented worms Mollusks Arthropods Echinoderms (spiny-skinned animals) VERTEBRATES:
    54. 54. Examples of ANIMALS INVERTEBRATES: Sponges Cnidarians (stinging-celled animals) Flat, round & segmented worms Mollusks Arthropods Echinoderms (spiny-skinned animals) VERTEBRATES: Chordates (fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, mammals)
    55. 55. Examples of ANIMALS INVERTEBRATES: Sponges Cnidarians (stinging-celled animals) Flat, round & segmented worms Mollusks Arthropods Echinoderms (spiny-skinned animals) VERTEBRATES: Chordates (fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, mammals)
    56. 56. Examples of ANIMALS INVERTEBRATES: Sponges Cnidarians (stinging-celled animals) Flat, round & segmented worms Mollusks Arthropods Echinoderms (spiny-skinned animals) VERTEBRATES: Chordates (fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, mammals)
    57. 57. Examples of ANIMALS INVERTEBRATES: Sponges Cnidarians (stinging-celled animals) Flat, round & segmented worms Mollusks Arthropods Echinoderms (spiny-skinned animals) VERTEBRATES: Chordates (fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, mammals)
    58. 58. Examples of ANIMALS INVERTEBRATES: Sponges Cnidarians (stinging-celled animals) Flat, round & segmented worms Mollusks Arthropods Echinoderms (spiny-skinned animals) VERTEBRATES: Chordates (fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, mammals)
    59. 59. Why are ANIMALS important?
    60. 60. Why are ANIMALS important?Food chains
    61. 61. Why are ANIMALS important?Food chainsParasites (ex.: tapeworm, leech)
    62. 62. Why are ANIMALS important?Food chainsParasites (ex.: tapeworm, leech)
    63. 63. Why are ANIMALS important?Food chainsParasites (ex.: tapeworm, leech)
    64. 64. Why are ANIMALS important?Food chainsParasites (ex.: tapeworm, leech)
    65. 65. Why are ANIMALS important?Food chainsParasites (ex.: tapeworm, leech)
    66. 66. Why are ANIMALS important?Food chainsParasites (ex.: tapeworm, leech)
    67. 67. Why are ANIMALS important?Food chainsParasites (ex.: tapeworm, leech)Raw materials for many products used by humans (how many can you think of?)
    68. 68. Summary Activity PROTISTS ANIMALS
    69. 69. Summary Activity On paper to turn in, use the following words to fill in the Venn diagram below: PROTISTS ANIMALS
    70. 70. Summary Activity On paper to turn in, use the following words to fill in the Venn diagram below:  eukaryotic PROTISTS ANIMALS
    71. 71. Summary Activity On paper to turn in, use the following words to fill in the Venn diagram below:  eukaryotic  unicellular, multicellular PROTISTS ANIMALS
    72. 72. Summary Activity On paper to turn in, use the following words to fill in the Venn diagram below:  eukaryotic  unicellular, multicellular  heterotrophic, autotrophic PROTISTS ANIMALS
    73. 73. Summary Activity On paper to turn in, use the following words to fill in the Venn diagram below:  eukaryotic  unicellular, multicellular  heterotrophic, autotrophic  sexual, asexual PROTISTS ANIMALS
    74. 74. Summary Activity On paper to turn in, use the following words to fill in the Venn diagram below:  eukaryotic  unicellular, multicellular  heterotrophic, autotrophic  sexual, asexual  all can move, some can move PROTISTS ANIMALS
    75. 75. Plants and Fungi
    76. 76. PlantsDOMAIN ?________KINGDOM? _________-Plants are typicallyMulticellular-Can live on land or near/inwater- Obtain energy fromsunlight (autotrophs)- Has a cell with a nucleus,a cell wall and chloroplasts
    77. 77. WHY ARE PLANTS IMPORTANT?• THERE ARE ABOUT 250,000 PLANT SPECIES THAT LIVE ON EARTH AND THAT NUMBER CONTINUES TO GROW• PRODUCERS• ABSORB CO2• EMIT O2• PROVIDE SHELTER, FOOD, DRINKS• Help form soil• ANYTHING ELSE?
    78. 78. FUNGI
    79. 79. FungiDomain?______Kingdom?_____-Cheese, bread, soy sauceare all made from theassistance of fungus- Eukaryotes (has a cellwall), heterotrophs,multicellular (some aresingle celled).- Must live on or near foodsupply
    80. 80. Types of Fungi1. Threadlike Fungi- Ex. Mold onbread2. Sac Fungi- Ex. Yeast, powderymildews, truffles, and morels.3. Club fungi- Umbrella shapedmushrooms4. Nonmushroom Club Fungi-Usually grow outward from woodand from shelves or brackets.5. Lichens- Combinations of fungusand algae that grow together
    81. 81. Why are they important to us?• First and foremost fungus are decomposers- necessary for a sustainable ecosystem• Medicines, antibiotics and vitamins• Food- bread, truffles, cheese

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