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Slide 1 - Bacteria Cells Moneran Kingdom
Slide 2 - Bacteria are one-celled organisms (unicellular) - prokaryotic (without nucleus with genetic material inside the cytoplasm) - has cell wall
Slide 3 - Classifying Bacteria Cells by Shape 1. Round – round shaped bacteria are called cocci
Slide 4 - Classifying Bacteria Cells by Shape 2. Rod – rod shaped bacteria are known as bacilli
Slide 5 - Classifying Bacteria Cells by Shape 3. Spiral – spiral shaped bacteria are corkscrew shaped and are called spirilla
Slide 6 - All Three Types
Slide 7 - Bellwork-Starter How are bacteria cells classified and how are they different/alike plant cells?
Slide 8 - Taxonomy Order Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, Species King Philip Came Over For Good Spaghetti
Slide 9 - Protists Are Organisms that are classified into the Kingdom Protista. There is a lot of variety within the protists, but they do share some common characteristics
Slide 10 - Common Characteristics of ALL Protists A nucleus with a nuclear membrane (eukaryotic) Are usually one-celled can be multi-celled Live in moist environments
Slide 11 - Protists are grouped by the way they move and obtain food: Protists with Pseudopods (amoeba) -move by extending their bodies forward & pulling the rest of their bodies forward -pseudopods (false foot) finger-like structures that they project forward -The pseudopods are also used to trap food.
Slide 12 - 2. Protists with Cilia (paramecium) -Move by beating tiny hair-like structures called cilia. -The cilia act as tiny oars that allow the protist to move through its watery environment. -The cilia also beat and help to capture food
Slide 13 - 3. Protists with Flagella ( Euglena) -These protists move pulling themselves with long whip like structure called flagella.  -One or more flagella that help them move. -The euglena is unique in that it has characteristics of both a plant and an animal, it contains chloroplasts that photosynthesize and also can consume other organisms as well.
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