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fungus like protists - 2 kinds
1. slime molds
2. water molds
slime molds
unicellular and in bad conditions join to cell multicellular groups or produce spores.
live in cool moist places or fresh water
water molds
unicellular
live in water, moist soil, or on other organisms
decomposers of parasites; cause of the great potato famine
fungi are:
eukarytoc, decomposers, multicellular, hyphae and mycellum - under ground parts - assexual reproduction - spore production or hyphae break apart to form new individuals - sexual reproduction - sexual spores unite and form new fungus
Protis are:
-eukaryotic
-unicellular or multicellular
-conjugation
-fission
-classified by the way they eat their food
-plants, animals, fungi evolve from protist
Plant-Like protist algae
1. have chlorophylp
2. multicellular algae (seaweed, kelp)
3. unicellular algae phytoplankton (oxygen)
Types of plant-like protist (GBRDDE)
G-green alage
B-brown alage
R-red alage
D-diatoms
D-dinoflagellates
E-euglanoids
green alage
uni or multicellular; store starch and live anywhere chlorophyl is main pigment
brown algae
live in cool marine habitats have yellow-brown pigment produce algin; carb. used for food stabilizer
red algae
mostly multicellular store starch has chlorophyl and red pigment mainly marine; produce carrageenan:carb.used to make foods creamy
diatoms
unicellular phytoplankton, marine or fresh water
cell walls made of cellulose and silica stores starch and oil
dinoflagellates
unicellular, mostly marine have 2 flagella
has chlorophyll and red pigment
stores starch and oil
rapid increase in population can cause red tide
euglenoids
unicellular, freshwater, 2 flagella has chlorophyll to make starch, but if in low light, can be a consumer and engulf food eyespot detects light
contractile vacuole collects and removes water
spore forming protist;
parasites with two or more hosts, no cilia or flagella
euglenoids
unicellular, freshwater, 2 flagella has chlorophyll to make starch, but if in low light, can be a consumer and engulf food eyespot detects light
contractile vacuole collects and removes water
1. amobeas
soft, jelly-like unicellular fresh, marine , soil of as parasites in animals contractile vacuole moves with pseudopodia
protozoa with shells
unicelluar radiolarians-shells made of silica foraminiferars - shells made of calcium carbonate
flagellates;
parasites that cause illnesses or symbiotic with animals
Example: living in guts of termites to breakdown wood
ciliates
unicellular cilia for movement and food capture two kinds of nuclei; macronucleus and micronucleus
animal like protist:protozoa (APFCS)
1. amobeas: 2. protozoa with shells;
3. flagellates; 4. ciliates
5. spore forming protist;