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Five qualities of dinoflagellates
1. Unicellular,
6 qualities of kingdom protista
1.All live in water,
Stuff a paramecium has
Anal pore,
Euglena!
Motile (swims w/flagella)
What can the bioaccumulation of dinoflagellates in shellfish cause?
PSP—Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning
Why dinoflagellate is called terrible
Many genera produce toxins, may become abundant (bloom/red tide), can harm fish and people
Can dinoflagellates do any good in the world? If so, what?
They can light up surface water! Bioluminescence!
Stuff inside the wild Euglena!
Flagellum, nucleolus, nucleus, chloroplasts, stored polysaccharaides from photosynthesis, contractile vacuole, photoreceptor, pigment shield
Three bad protests!
Plasmodium, giardia, trypanosoma
The tragedy of malaria
2.3 billion at risk; 3-500 million infected; 120 million cases; 1.5- 3 million die (one child every 20 sec)
Furry animal-like protests
Ciliates
Extremely cool diatom qualities
Unicellular, marine, SILICA FRUSTULES!
Trypanosoma
Protist carried by tsetse fly, causes African sleeping sickness
If dinoflagellates build up in shellfish like oysters, clams, and muscles, what is it called?
Bioaccumulation
5 qualities of protozoa
Animal-like protests; unicellular; heterotrophic; free living or parasites; motile
3 qualities of algae in general
Unicellular, multicellular or colonial; autotrophic; plant-like protests
Example of a ciliate
Paramecium
Diatoms and dinoflagellates are both:
Phytoplankton; unicellular; photoautotrophs; marine; algae
Two important phytoplankton
Diatoms and dinoflagellates
Four kingdoms of domain eukaryia
Protista, plantae, fungi, animalia
How do paramecium reproduce?
Asexually
Flagellated protist of malaria
Plasmodium
Intestinal parasite protist from contaminated water, ingested in cyst stage
Giardia
4 things an amoeba has
Plasma membrane, plasmagel, plasmasol, pseudopod
How amoebas eat
Phagocytosis
Whassa pseudopod?
What amoeba uses to move
Malaria vector
Anapholes mosquito
Algae seaweed types
Brown – phaeophyta
Chlorophyta (green) algae
7500 species
Rhodophyta (red)
Deep water
Phaephyta (brown)
Cold water kelp, rock weed (focus)