Kingdom protista

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Kingdom protista

  1. 1.  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
  2. 2.  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
  3. 3.  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
  4. 4. GREEN ALGAE
  5. 5. KELPS
  6. 6. RED CORAL ALGAE
  7. 7. 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
  8. 8. PLANTLIKE PROTIST Examples are euglena, dinoflagellates, golden-brown algae and diatoms
  9. 9. FUNGUSLIKE PROTIST They are saprophytic. Theyderived food and energy by breaking down dead organic matter Examples are slime molds
  10. 10. 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)
  11. 11. TRYPANOSOMA
  12. 12. AMOEBA
  13. 13. PLASMODIUM
  14. 14. PARAMECIUM

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