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1. 200,000 species How many types of protists?


2. Algae have ability to photosynthesize
3. Algae plant like protists
4. Bacillariophyta produce silica (glass) shells (algae)
5. Bacillariophyta golden yellow (algae)
6. Bacillariophyta have diatoms (algae)
7. Chlorophyta green algae (algae)
8. Chlorophyta most diverse algae (algae)
9. Chlorophyta contain chlorophyll and yellow pigment (algae)
10. Ciliophora have paramecium (Protozoa)
11. Ciliophora synchronized movement (Protozoa)
12. Ciliophora largest group of any protists (Protozoa)
13. Ciliophora 8000 plus species (Protozoa)
14. Contractile Vacuole a container for fluids surrounded by membranes
15. Dinoflagella form red tides (algae)
16. Dinoflagella can be toxic in large quantities (algae)
17. Dinoflagella have red pigments (algae)
18. Dinoflagella flagella are at right angles to one another (algae)
19. Dinoflagella means "spinning algae" (algae)
20. Dinoflagella shaped like helmets or armor (algae)
21. Euglenophta have euglena (algae)
22. Euglenophta have one or more flagella (algae)
23. Euglenophta have eyespot to find light (algae)
24. Euglenophta can be autotrophic or phototrophic (algae)
25. Euglenophta have plant like and animal like characteristics (algae)
26. Holdfast like an anchor
27. Paramecium have two nuclei (Protozoa)
28. Paramecium have a contractile vacuole (Protozoa)
29. Phaeophyta brown algae (algae)
30. Phaeophyta like cold water (algae)
31. Phaeophyta have air bladders to stay afloat (algae)
32. Phaeophyta have thallus (algae)
33. Phagocytosis "cell eating"
34. Pinocytosis "cell drinking"
35. Protozoa Unicellular heterotrophs?
36. Protozoa animal like protists
37. Protozoa, Algae, and Slime molds Three groups of protists?
38. pseudopodia means "false feet" (Protozoa)
39. Rhodophtya contain red and blue pigments (algae)
40. Rhodophtya have holdfast (algae)
41. Rhodophtya multicellular (algae)
42. Rhodophtya prefer cold and deep waters (algae)
43. Rhodophtya red seaweeds (algae)
44. Sarcodina can have amoeba (Protozoa)
45. Sarcodina move by use of pseudopodia (Protozoa)
46. Silica Shells leave glass behind when they die
47. Slime molds fungi like protists
48. Sporozoa mostly parasitic (Protozoa)
49. Sporozoa lack motive of self-movement (Protozoa)
50. Sporozoa sporelike (Protozoa)
51. Thallus a large plant body without true roots, stems, and leaves
52. Vector animal cause of a disease
53. Zoomastigina use flagella for movement (Protozoa)
54. Zoomastigina are symbiotic (Protozoa)
55. Zoomastigina may have one or two flagella (Protozoa)

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1.200,000 species: How many types of protists?


2.Algae: have ability to photosynthesize
3.Algae: plant like protists
4.Bacillariophyta: produce silica (glass) shells (algae)
5.Bacillariophyta: golden yellow (algae)
6.Bacillariophyta: have diatoms (algae)
7.Chlorophyta: green algae (algae)
8.Chlorophyta: most diverse algae (algae)
9.Chlorophyta: contain chlorophyll and yellow pigment (algae)
10.Ciliophora: have paramecium (Protozoa)
11.Ciliophora: synchronized movement (Protozoa)
12.Ciliophora: largest group of any protists (Protozoa)
13.Ciliophora: 8000 plus species (Protozoa)
14.Contractile Vacuole: a container for fluids surrounded by membranes
15.Dinoflagella: form red tides (algae)
16.Dinoflagella: can be toxic in large quantities (algae)
17.Dinoflagella: have red pigments (algae)
18.Dinoflagella: flagella are at right angles to one another (algae)
19.Dinoflagella: means "spinning algae" (algae)
20.Dinoflagella: shaped like helmets or armor (algae)
21.Euglenophta: have euglena (algae)
22.Euglenophta: have one or more flagella (algae)
23.Euglenophta: have eyespot to find light (algae)
24.Euglenophta: can be autotrophic or phototrophic (algae)
25.Euglenophta: have plant like and animal like characteristics (algae)
26.Holdfast: like an anchor
27.Paramecium: have two nuclei (Protozoa)
28.Paramecium: have a contractile vacuole (Protozoa)
29.Phaeophyta: brown algae (algae)
30.Phaeophyta: like cold water (algae)
31.Phaeophyta: have air bladders to stay afloat (algae)
32.Phaeophyta: have thallus (algae)
33.Phagocytosis: "cell eating"
34.Pinocytosis: "cell drinking"
35.Protozoa: Unicellular heterotrophs?
36.Protozoa: animal like protists
37.Protozoa, Algae, and Slime molds: Three groups of protists?
38.pseudopodia: means "false feet" (Protozoa)
39.Rhodophtya: contain red and blue pigments (algae)
40.Rhodophtya: have holdfast (algae)
41.Rhodophtya: multicellular (algae)
42.Rhodophtya: prefer cold and deep waters (algae)
43.Rhodophtya: red seaweeds (algae)
44.Sarcodina: can have amoeba (Protozoa)
45.Sarcodina: move by use of pseudopodia (Protozoa)
46.Silica Shells: leave glass behind when they die
47.Slime molds: fungi like protists
48.Sporozoa: mostly parasitic (Protozoa)
49.Sporozoa: lack motive of self-movement (Protozoa)
50.Sporozoa: sporelike (Protozoa)
51.Thallus: a large plant body without true roots, stems, and leaves
52.Vector: animal cause of a disease
53.Zoomastigina: use flagella for movement (Protozoa)
54.Zoomastigina: are symbiotic (Protozoa)
55.Zoomastigina: may have one or two flagella (Protozoa)