Kingdom Protista

Kingdom Protista - esu.edu Phytoplankton • basis of food...

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    Kingdom Protista Kingdom Protista
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    Characteristics Characteristics Eukaryotic cell Eukaryotic cell Mostly 1-celled-microscopic Mostly 1-celled-microscopic Many - parasitic/causes disease Many - parasitic/causes disease
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    Some - photosynthesis Some - photosynthesis Some - heterotrophic Some - heterotrophic     basis of food chain –  basis of food chain –  -zooplankton & phytoplankton -zooplankton & phytoplankton
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Amoeboid -Amoeba Pseudopods No shape endocytosis Food vacuole ucmpberkeley.edu
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Ciliates Cilia Predatory esu.edu
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Flagellates Flagellum Some parasitic
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Unformatted text preview: esu.edu Phytoplankton • basis of food chain • autotrophs • Diatoms, green algae • nasa.gov Zooplankton • Feeds on phytoplankton • Larval forms of invertebrates & fish • Flmnh.ufl.edu Euglenoids • Photosynthetic/heterotrophic • Flagellum • microbiopro.com Volvox- colonial • multicellularity • esu.edu African Sleeping Sickness • Parasite in blood • Passes into nervous system • fatal • Who’s the vector? • webhealth.com Malaria • Who’s the vector? • ucmpberkeley.edu Malaria Life Cycle • webmd.com Malarial Symptoms • malariaandhealth.com...
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