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LAB: Protistia. Staring: Paramecium caudatum Amoeba proteus. Paramecium caudatum. As seen under a phase contrast microscope Can you see the oral groove?. Amoeba proteus. Take a look at amoeboid movement. What causes the formations of pseudopods?. A. Amoeba proteus. ANSWER:

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Lab protistia

LAB: Protistia

Staring: Paramecium caudatum

Amoeba proteus


Paramecium caudatum
Paramecium caudatum

  • As seen under a phase contrast microscope

  • Can you see the oral groove?


Amoeba proteus
Amoeba proteus

  • Take a look at amoeboid movement.

  • What causes the formations of pseudopods?

A


Amoeba proteus1
Amoeba proteus

  • ANSWER:

  • The formation of pseudopods is caused by Cytoplasmic streaming. (These currents in the cytoplasm is AKA CYCLOSIS)



Phagocytosis
Phagocytosis

  • This is an amoeba ingesting a paramecium.



Ingestion by phagocytosis from chuck greenstein
Ingestion by Phagocytosisfrom: Chuck Greenstein


Paramecium
Paramecium

  • Can you identify:

    • Vacuoles

    • Cilia

    • Nucleus

    • Cytoplasm

    • Plasma membrane


Make sure you
Make Sure You:

  • The completed Lab will be Due:

    2. The Protozoan Quiz will be:


The labeled paramecium
The labeled Paramecium

Cilia

Plasma

Membrane

Cytoplasm

Vacuoles

Nucleus


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