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2. Protoctist and fungi kingdom.

Salvador Carrión // Colegio Madrigal
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2. Protoctist and fungi kingdom.
Vocabulary
Read pages 28 to 33
Write unknown words in your notebook
Guess the meaning
Correct

Protoctist
Protozoa
Algae
Nutrition: heterotrophic
Predation (phagocytosis)
Interaction: movement
Cilia
Pseudopod
Reproduction: asexual
Unicellular
Nutrition: autotrophic
Eukariotic cells
Relation: aquatic, unicellular can move
Reproduction
Fungi
Nutrition
Heterotrophic
Saprotrophs
Parasytes
Symbiont
Reproduction
Sexual and asexual
Spores
Interaction
Limited mobility
Dark and damp places
Main ideas
What are protozoa
Where can they be found?
How protozoa eat?
Name the three mechanisms that protozoa use to move
What are algae?
How do they eat?
Define hyphae and micellium
How fungi eat?
What is an spore?
Where does fungi usually live?

Salvador Carrión // Colegio Madrigal
Binary fission
Multiple fission
Flagellum
Amoeba
Foraminifera
(No shell)
(Shell)
Flagellates
Cilliates
Parasitism
General characteristics
Organization
Unicellular
Single cell
Cololony
Multicellular
Ecosystem
Water environments
Floating
Bottom
planktonic
Benthic
Vital functions
Photosynthesis
Asexual
Binary fission
Spore
Fragmentation
Pigment
Green algae
Brown algae
Red algae
Biggest algae
Most common
Deepest algae
Sexual
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