KINDGOM Protista Names reflect modes of locomotion Phylum Ciliophora - cilia Phylum S arco m astigophora Subphylum - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  1. KINDGOM Protista Names reflect modes of locomotion PhylumCiliophora - cilia PhylumSarcomastigophora SubphylumSarcodina – pseudopodia SubphylumMastigophora - flagella PhylumSporozoa – non motile as adults

  2. ProtistaFacto! • Protists are usually unicellular, but can be colonial • Can colonize just about any moist environment • Autotrophs (PHS), heterotrophs (phagocytosis), parasitic (malaria) even symbionts (termite & zooflagellates = mutualistic relationship) • Reproduce asexually by binary fission or by budding • Reproduce sexually by conjugation or by syngamy (gametes)

  3. A PhylumCiliophora Paramecium conjugating (sexual reproduction controlled by the micronucleus (can’t see!), macronucleus (A)

  4. PhylumSarcomastigophora SubphylumSarcodina Foramnifera Generally benthic – they live here! CHAMBERED, (shells & bubbles) CaCO3 tests (skeletons), extend pseudopodia through pores.

  5. PhylumSarcomastigophora SubphylumSarcodina Radiolaria (round) Generally pelagic – they live here! SPHERICAL bodies, silica tests (skeletons), extend pseudopodia through the tiny holes in the shell

  6. PhylumSporozoa Plasmodium vivax - blood parasite that causes Malaria. Adults are non-motile.