Phylum Protista - rowan.k12.ky.us

Phylum Protista - rowan.k12.ky.us

Kingdom Protista Groups Protozoan and Algae Systematists have split protists into many kingdoms Protists are the most diverse of all eukaryotes

Cell structure Nutrition Motility Life cyles

Habitats General characteristics

Stuck in group First eukaryotic Largest group of 6 kingdoms Multicellular and unicellular

Reproduce sex and asexually Divide by mitosis Complex cilia and flagella Autotrophic and heterotrophic Two Major Groups Protozoans

Algae heterotrophic autotrophic Importance of studying Protists?

They are everywhere there is water! Cause diseases Part of food chain Photosyntheticwhat is important

product? Recycle nutrientsN, C and P 4 major groups of protozoans 1. 2. 3. 4.

Sarcodina Ciliophora Zoomastigina (Mastigophora) Sporozoa Sacrodina Amoeba eating a ciliate

Concerns: Amboeic dysentery: bloody diarrhea, vomiting, extreme stomach cramps, transmitted by contaminated food or water How do Sacrodina Move? Pseudophodia

Sacrodina Special Characteristics Asexual or sexual Contractile vacuole Eat by Phagocytosis See animation Unicellular

Habitat Ponds Lakes Only in Fresh water http://highered.mcgraw-hill.com/sites/ 9834092339/student_view0/chapter4/ animation_-_cytoplasmic_streaming.html

Ciliophora The Ciliates paramecium Cilia

How do Ciliophora move? Special Characteristics Ciliophora

Live in Fresh and salt water environments Respond to chemicals Trichocyst: help capture prey Micronucleus (genetic exchange thru conjugation) Contractile vacuole Store and remove water

Ciliophora Examples Bursaria Didinium Paramecium

Mastigophora Move by flagella Habitat: Fresh or salt water Some are parasitic Most live on bodies of other organisms Mastigophora

Volvox Euglena Examples of Mastigophora Trichonympha Termites: digest cellulosecan we digest

it?? Giardia Fever Fatigue, fatal Transmitted thru water/food from the protist: Giardia lamblia

African sleeping sickness Fever, lethargy Bite from a tsetse fly Sporazoa Sporazoa No movement

Produced spores that withstand harsh conditions Habitat: All parasitic Examples of Sporazoa Cryptospordium Cryptosporidiosis (diarrhea)

Toxoplasmosis Toxoplasma species Malaria destroys RBC High fever Delirium Sweats and chills

http://www.brightstorm.com/science/ biology/classification/protist-kingdom/

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