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Biology Chapter 17

1) 17.1 Protists are the Most Diverse of All Eukaryotes
a. Slide 1: Complex Characteristics of Protists
i. Protist
1. eukaryotic organism that is not an animal, a plant, or a fungus ii. Structure
iii. Future
iv. Examples
v. Classification
b. Slide 2: Complex Cells/Grouping by Nutrition
vi. Heterotroph/Autotrophs
vii. How to Group:
viii. Animal-Like
2. Protozoans
a. animal-like protist; is a heterotroph
ix. Fungus-Like
x. Plant-Like
3. Algae
b. plant-like protist; makes its own food by photosynthesis 2) 17.2 Protozoans Digest their Food
c. Slide 1: Protozoans With Flagella
xi. Zooflagellates
c. member of a group of protozoans that move by means of one or more flagella 4. Reproduction
5. Giardia
6. Trypanosoma
d. Slide 2: Protozoans With Pseudopodia
xii. Amoebas:
7. Movement: pseudopodia
d.  temporary extension of a cell's cytoplasm and plasma membrane; used by certain protozoans in movement and feeding 8. Forarms
e. member of a group of marine protozoans with porous shells made of organic material and calcium carbonate  e. Slide 3: Protozoans with Cilia
xiii. Paramecium
9. Movement
f. Ciliates
i. member of a group of protozoans that move and feed by means of hair like projections f. Slide 4: Protozoans Lacking Motility
xiv. Apicomplexans (parasites)
10. Plasmodium
g. Malaria
3) 17.3
g. Plasmodia Slime Molds
11. member of a group of fungus-like protists that grows in a branching pattern xv. Cellular Slime Mold
12. protist with both unicellular and...
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