Phylum protozoa

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This PPT is for F.Y.B.Sc students of course I Semester I, belonging to Mumbai University of Maharashtra India.
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Phylum protozoa

  1. 1. COURSE I FIRST SEMESTERPHYLUM PROTOZOA(UNICELLULAR AND MOST PRIMITIVEANIMALS)These are the most primitive organisms(Protos = first; zoon = animal).These are aquatic, microscopic, unicellular organisms. Prof. S D Rathod
  2. 2. Class- Rhizopoda/ Sarcodina Pseudopodia locomotory organelle Nucleus is single Example - Amoeba
  3. 3. Amoeba Amoeba is fresh water form found in ponds and lakes. They are asymmetric in shape. Amoeba has pseudopodia for locomotion and feeding. Body consists of a single biconvex nucleus, ectoplasm, endoplasm, contractile vacuole and food vacuole.
  4. 4. Class- Flagellata/ Mastigophora Locomotory organelles ribbon like flagella Nucleus is single and spherical cytoplasm contains photosynthetic pigments Example – Euglena
  5. 5. Class- Sporozoa Locomotory organelles are absent They are endoparasitic Example of Class – Sporozoa is Plasmodium
  6. 6. Class- Ciliophora Locomotory organelles are several hair-like cilia Large meganucleus and a small micronucleus
  7. 7. Climbing Perch Migration
  8. 8. Thank you

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