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  • Protists are a very large, diverse group of organisms, including the plant-like protists Protists vary in how they obtain energy (autotrophic or heterotrophic) and in their. — “Untitled 1”, biology.unm.edu
  • PROTISTS. TRICHOCYSTS – spindle shaped alternating between bases of cilia; used as anchor and to paralyze prey. Oral groove – shallow furrow on one side of cell used to gather food. Locomotion – cilia; avoiding reaction contact with unfavorable conditions and will move away. — “Download”,
  • Protists exhibit a great deal of variation in their life histories (life cycles) Classification of Protists | Back to Top. The protists include heterotrophs, autotrophs, and some organisms that can vary their nutritional mode depending on. — “Biological Diversity 3”, emc.maricopa.edu
  • The first eukaryotic cells are thought to have been protists. Some protists have characteristics that resemble plants (autotrophs), others resemble animals (heterotrophs,. — “Protists”, faculty.clintoncc.suny.edu
  • Article of introduction to the kingdom of the protists. Then, according to the characteristics that a given protist showed, they tried to refer it to the plant kingdom (in the protophyta or algae), the animal kingdom (in the protozoa) or to the fungal kingdom. — “Introduction to the Protists”,
  • protist n. Any of a group of eukaryotic organisms belonging to the kingdom Protista according to some widely used modern taxonomic systems. — “protist: Definition from ”,
  • After reviewing this portion of the Protist web site, you will be able to: The only two characteristics that are common between the majority of protists are that most of the species are unicellular and have relatively simple multicellular or multinucleate. — “Protists”,
  • Protists are more complex than bacteria in that they have cell nuclei, but less complex than fungi, plants, and animals because they are mostly single-celled, or if multi-celled, they lack highly specialized tissues. Protists are a vital part of the earth's ecosystems and are particularly noteworthy. — “Protist - New World Encyclopedia”,
  • Protists (pronounced /ˈproʊtɨst/) are a diverse group of eukaryotic microorganisms. The protists do not have much in common besides a relatively simple. — “Protist - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • What are protists? They are eukaryotes because they all have a nucleus. Most have mitochondria (although some never did and some have later lost theirs). Mitochondria were probably derived from aerobic bacteria (prokaryotes) that once lived within their cells. — “The Protists”, dls.ym.edu.tw
  • Gain an appreciation of the diversity of organisms considered to be "protists. Understand some of the different methods used by protists for obtaining nutrients and for moving about in the world. — “protists.doc”, faculty.stcc.edu
  • Genome ***ysis also shows that many of the groups placed in the Protista are not at all closely related to one another; that is, the protists do not represent a single clade. So we consider them here as a group more for our convenience than as a reflection of close kinship, and. — “The Protists”,
  • BioMEDIA ASSOCIATES, The goal of this program is to show a representative sample of the great diversity of protists, and to show why they need a new classification reflecting our growing understanding of their long evolutionary history. The. — “BioMEDIA ASSOCIATES”,
  • Protists is a catch-all term used to describe all eukaryotic (cells with nuclei) organisms besides animals, plants, and fungi. The purpose of lumping in protists with the Eukarya domain is to emphasize that the differences between plants, animals, fungi, and protists is much less than the. — “What are Protists?”,
  • Protists are organisms that are classified into the kingdom Protista. Protists that are classified as animal-like are called protozoans and share some common traits with animals. — “Mr. Carl's e-Class on Protists”, lanesville.k12.in.us
  • Protists are singled and multicellular organisms that are found throughout the northwest. The protists can move by 3 ways. One way is by Flagella which looks like a tail and whips. — “Northwest Protists”,
  • Protists belong to the Kingdom Protista, which include mostly unicellular organisms that do not fit into the other kingdoms. ALL are eukaryotic (have a nucleus) A protist is any organism that is not a plant, animal or fungus. — “Kingdom Protista”,
  • Protists can be defined only by what they are not. 1. Protists are all the eukaryotes A common feature of all protists is their tendency to. live in moist habitats: wet soil,. — “What are Protists”, southalabama.edu
  • Protists: Protists: Unicellular eukaryotic organisms. Over 115,000 Protists & eukaryotes probably evolved from a large eukaryotic cell ingesting a. — “Kingdom protista”, chsweb.lr.k12.nj.us
  • Protists are a major component of plankton. Protists are grouped into three major, unofficial categories based on means by which These are the Protozoa, the Algae, and the Fungus-like Protists. — “Protista”, biology.clc.uc.edu
  • Some protists divide by way of mitosis, meiosis, or both. The majority of protistians are The animal-like protists are divided into four groups based upon their means of mobility. — “Protista Group”, students.ncwc.edu
  • There is a tendency to think of protists as the simplest of eukaryotic organisms As we noted in the previous lesson, protists are an incredibly diverse paraphyletic. — “Protists”, sci.uidaho.edu
  • Protists represent in excess of 100,000 species and are so varied in their structure and function that originally some were considered plants, others animals, others fungi, and some, a combination. The protists may also represent the ancestors of modern-day plants, animals, and fungi. — “Origin of Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes: Protists — ”,
  • Learn all you need to know about protists. You can study more than 1800 biology questions and answers. — “Protists - Definition, Types, Structure”, biology-questions-and-

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  • Retortamonads also lack mitochondria The single nucleus in the Trimastix trophic cell has a central nucleolus this feature is absent in species of Chilomastix Trimastix cells also have Golgi and endoplasmic reticulum internal membrane systems Both of these endomembrane systems may be observed either with transmission electron microscopy or with fluorescent labelling
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  • The posterior flagellum in trophic cells possesses two conspicuous and characteristic flagellar vanes arising on opposite sides of the flagellum near its insertion into the cell Each vane
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  • be regarded as tentative and checked against other sources The pictures are available by clicking on the descriptions this to minimize bandwidth for those who arrive here by accident Actinosphaerum Blepharisma looks like a pink paramecium Strong light can kill them so they are usually found in shaded ponds Another picture of the same blepharisma and here s the
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  • Loxophylum melagris Paramecium is what most people think of as protists A closeup usually they re hard to photograph because they move so fast but this guy was snoozing or posing Stentor is one of the larger and more common protists The blur on the lower
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  • and more common protists The blur on the lower edge is the cilia used to produce the feeding current bits of food are visible inside the animal Here he has turned toward the camera and is smiling Sometimes a stentor will pull up roots and travel A stentor colony the lighting here gives it an ethereal quality actually I need a better light for my stereozoom but it is
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  • apicomplexa plasmodium this protist causes malaria Ciliates are protozoans that have cilia They live mostly in freshwater Two examples are stentor and paramecium
  • Coleps look like miniature grenades They r common so here are more Cothurnia is not so common I ve only seen one Here it is partially retracted into its cover Dileptus you can see its mouth the white spot at the base of the neck
  • here gives it an ethereal quality actually I need a better light for my stereozoom but it is expensive so I use one I built from a car headlight bulb Stylonchia not a great picture Unknown but a good picture so it should be possible to track down an ID Urocentrum turbo they spin rapidly on their axis and can move very fast probably where the turbo came from These are
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  • Ameba moves by changing the shape of its body It projects out a false foot called a pseudopodia It then pulls the rest of its body after the pseudopodia
  • Coleps look like miniature grenades They r common so here are more Cothurnia is not so common I ve only seen one Here it is partially retracted into its cover Dileptus you can see its mouth the white spot at the base of the neck

Videos

  • Protist's Paradise - Mr. Barnett's Group 78 A song parody of Weird Al's "Amish Paradise" for Mr. Barnett's 7th grade life science class.
  • MicroscopicWorld1 The microscopic life in an italian lake (Lago di Candia). Algae and Protozoa are a vital part of the aquatic ecosystem, providing food and shelter for other organisms. As a major part of the world's biodiversity, they contain a vast array of different biochemistries, morphologies and life cycles. What is more, they are often spectacularly beautiful under the microscope.
  • Microscopic Life in close-up The microscopic community found in almost every aquatic habitat contains dozens of species. This diversity includes bacteria, algae and small metazoa. Some typical representatives have been filmed in this video.
  • Protist Rap (TiK ToK cover) ap bio end of the year project (c) Protist FTW productions 2010
  • Finding Giant Deep Sea Protists Biologist Misha Matz, a professor at The University of Texas at Austin, recently found giant deep sea protists that provide new insights into the evolution of animals. Read the news release here: www.utexas.edu
  • Plant Protists | Biology To purchase this program please visit Segment from the program Protists: The Origins of Eukaryotic Diversity. DVD Description Our Protist DVD explores the evolutionary history of eukaryotes while examining the incredible diversity that exists in kingdom Protista reflected in organisms such as Euglena which have both animal and plant-like qualities. The program then looks at animal-like zooflagellates, sarcodines, ciliates, and sporozoans; fungus-like slime molds, and plant-like dinoflagellates, diatoms, and englenoids. Multicellular red, brown and green algae are examined and why modern biology places all three in kingdom Protista rather than kingdom Plantae explained.
  • Protists Protists are eucaryotic organisms with both plant and animal characteristics (contain chlorophyl and have movements). Example of protists are amoeba, paramecium, and volvox.
  • Protista Rap Music Video This was a bio project in school so i made this song as our project... I have to say we had the best song there... Oh yea the song is about protista. Staring Alex B... Lyrics by Nicky B ... special thanks to Jakey B and Adam L... Background beat from I get it in by 50 cent.
  • Plankton Chronicles - Protists Single cell organisms, protists are the ancestors of all plants and animals. For more photos & videos :
  • Protists at 400x Magnification iPhone video through Nikon Eclipse E200 microscope at 400x magnification.
  • 19 - Protists Part 2 Bryant wraps up some of the most diverse forms of life on Earth! Includes stramenopila and amoebazoa.
  • Science presentation: Viruses, Bacteria, Fungi, and protists a school project
  • Fungi And Protists Fungi and Protists Video for school project
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  • You're a Protist This is our AP Biology Diversity Project about Protists. Baby you're pro-tist pro-tist pro-tist, protist, protist Even if it's hard to really tell, tell, tell Ooh (ohhh) (Verse 1) You oughta know, that you are not the average joe Put on a show, I wanna see what makes you unique, (Bridge) So we all get by cause we, all have inclosed DNA, So come on and fly with me, as we learn to classify. (Chorus) So baby dont worry, you aren't the only, One who has trouble, with class-if-y-ing, Are you a plant?, Are you an animal?, Or are you fung-iiii Protist, Protists Baby you're a protist, protist, protist Protist, Protist. Cause you aren't anything else. (Verse 2) You can go eat, 'cause you're an animal like protist. You can get away, hey, cause you've got flagella and cilia. (Bridge) So we all get by cause we, all have inclosed DNA, So come on and fly with me, as we learn to classify. (So why dont we crawl away) (Chorus) So baby dont worry, you aren't the only, One who has trouble, with class-if-y-ing, Are you a plant?, Are you animal?, Or are you fung-iiii Protist, Protists Baby you're a protist, protist, protist Protist, Protist. Cause you aren't anything else. LiL Wayne (Verse 3) Even if you're not animal like, you ain't supposed to be, You could be Green Algae, Plant like autotroph, cause you can photosynthises, You green, seaweed, I got that from in the seas, Now you've got chloroplast, Even if you're Brown Algae, Now what if your fungi, In this Kingdom of Protists? Dont it ...
  • Protist under microscope 400X This was taken 3/31/2011 at NFCC in my Botany class (yes, I know, I was supposed to be checking out the plant, but hey! When I seen this guy I couldn't help but record it!) It was off of a living hydrilla leaf, freshly plucked from the freshwater fish tank under microscope at X400 Does anyone know what kind of protist this is? My knowledge of them is very limited. This is taken by me, an amateur on my school's microscope. Hope you all enjoy.
  • The Protist , Protozoa, Algae and Fungus-like protists
  • Protist Diversity Pictures and Video from Biology Lab. Music- Yoda's Theme Artist- John Williams slides inclued: 1.Pleomyxa Carolinensis 2.Plasmodium Vivax 3.Trypanosoma Gambiense 4.Paramecium Caudatum 5.Ceratium 6.Diatoms 7.Live Amoeba 8.Prepared Amoeba 9.Paramecium 10.Didinium Devouring Paramecium 11.Live Mixed Protozola 12.Living Euglena 13.Prepared Euglena 14.Live Mixed Diatoms 15.Live Peridinium 16.Live Chlamydomonas 17.Prepared Chlamydomonas 18.Live Volvox 19.Prepared Volvox 20.Spirogyra 21.Ulva Lactruca 22.Laminaria Agardhii 23.Ceramium Strictum 24.Plasmodial Slime Mold
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  • Giant Protists on the Sea Floor In this video taken from a submersible in the Bahamas, a large population of giant protists (Gromia sphaerica) can be seen scattered across the ocean floor. The protists have moved up the slope and left animal-like tracks in their wake. The shrimp is about 20 cm long. Credit: Mikhail Matz, NOAA, Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute
  • SBI3U Protists SBI3U Diversity of Life
  • Biology: Protists: Archaezoa and Euglenozoa for full video
  • 18 - Protists Part 1 Bryant hits some protist groups: archaezoa, euglenozoa, and alveolata. One shot at one of the most diverse forms of life on Earth.
  • Protists | Biology To purchase this program please visit Segment from the program Protists: The Origins of Eukaryotic Diversity. DVD Description Our Protist DVD explores the evolutionary history of eukaryotes while examining the incredible diversity that exists in kingdom Protista reflected in organisms such as Euglena which have both animal and plant-like qualities. The program then looks at animal-like zooflagellates, sarcodines, ciliates, and sporozoans; fungus-like slime molds, and plant-like dinoflagellates, diatoms, and englenoids. Multicellular red, brown and green algae are examined and why modern biology places all three in kingdom Protista rather than kingdom Plantae explained.
  • Protista - Stentor in Rotifer Colony this was originally a culture dish of stentors, but rotifers took it over.. see the result shot by: Esther Jang random comments by: Diana Lee and maybe Terry SeeToe? produced by Hunter College High School students
  • Protist Love A compilation (by me) of footage of Protists to Michael Nyman's 'The Other Side' All Videos from Jeremy and Julianne Pickett-Heaps 'The Kingdom Protista: The Dazzling world of living cells' get your own copy at To get a better quality version, go to
  • The Protists "The Protists" to the tune of the Mexican Hat Dance. The music is an midi from "Yakko's World" from Animaniacs. The music link is .
  • Biology: Protists: Alveolata and Stramenopila for full video
  • Biology: The Five Kingdoms of Life: The Protists - This educational biology video will assist biology students to study and examine the characteristics of protists and identify organisms of the protist kingdom.
  • AP Biology: Protists Watch more at Other subjects include Chemistry, Physics, Organic Chemistry, Algebra 1/2, Basic Math, Pre-Calculus, Geometry, Pre-Algebra, Calculus, Statistics, and Computer Science. -All lectures are broken down by individual topics -No more wasted time -Just search and jump directly to the answer
  • Protist Overview 2 Another overview of K. Protista
  • Protist Overview quick overview of K. Protista
  • Protists Gone Wild 2006 Wild and Crazy microscopic creatures reproducing and killing each other as seen in a high school biology lab.
  • Protist Examples of Several different protists.
  • Protists An educational video about protists hosted by three homeless people. ***This was the very first movie that we ever made. It was a project for Biology class in early high school.
  • Symbiotic Protists of termite
  • Lab Review of Kingdom Monera & Kingdom Protista bacteria, blue-green algae, protozoans, ameba, trypanasome, paramecium, plasmodium, diatoms, dinoflagellates, Kingdom Monera, Kingdom Protista, malaria
  • The Protist "Dissolution" (Live) The Protist performing "Dissolution" at a secret show.
  • Protists - Protozoa - High School Biology Videos - Video/DVD; Anatomy & Physiology Videos Protists - Protozoa - Educational Biology Videos Learn about Protists, Sporozoa, Mastigophora, Sarcodina - Virtual Science University Visit Us at -
  • Techno Protists Well, I had to upload this to show my Biology class, and needed something to put up here anyway, so why not? So, for the few who actually find and watch this, here it is XD (yes, the end is rather poorly timed, as I was just adding in all of the pictures I realized I'd forgotten to use XD)
  • beach protists.mp4 Beach is full of life - especially the microscopic ones! We're working on the samples from Boundary Bay, BC. It's been so much fun so I thought we can share the fun :) Special thanks to David Blair, for letting us use one of his songs!