Thursday, March 15, 2007

Plant-like protists


Students working on the plant-like protist project should post here.

33 comments:

Valerie said...

hey mrz. since i have a google account then i`ll tell you.
the rest of the class caan`t go on the blog thing to leave a comment cause you need a google account
okkaaay , just informing you (=

- VALERiE :D

kirstyflores said...

YAY! KIRSTY, ALIYA, & BELLE HAS A GOOGLE ACCOUNT NOW! yay us :]

okay .. coool.
- kirsty, aliya, & belle.

Anonymous said...

hello :] now you dont need to have a google thing to post comments. i made a google account for nothing. oh well :]

- belle.

kirsty said...

OH yeah. ahha you can just click other or anonymous. wow. hehe so GROUP. i found research. okay =)

Anonymous said...

hey group its carissa. I am going to look for plant like protists. If I find any information I will post it on this website...okkiee dokiee. I will talk to you guys later.okk bye bye

Anonymous said...

hello :] its belle. i just wanted to wish everyone good luck on the NJASK tomorrow, and KIRSTY! post the research that you found :] okay then, good night everyone =] <33

Carissa said...

hey group wats up!! :) if you find any information leave it on the website... and if i find any information i will leave it on the website...ok i will see you guys tommorow...can't wait to finish taking the njask test
bye bye <3333

kay p. said...

hey rani, i got some info.

shans and caariss said...

Protozoa are Single-Celled microscopic Eukaryotic organisms that are noted for their ability to Move Independently. INFO- OTHER GROUPS DO NOT TAKE!!!! for group shans and cariss

cariss and shans said...

these are algae- they contain photosynthetic pigments which allow them to photopsynthesize- the are therrefore "photoautotrrophic"

cariss and shans said...

plant-like protists make their own food and many have cell walls made of cellulose for cariss and shans only!!!!

cariss and shans only!! said...

Kingdom Plantae
Plants are complex multicellular photosynthetic autotrophs, with cellulose in their cell walls and a waxy cuticle covering their aboveground parts. They are easily distinguishable from members of all other kingdoms, with the possible exception of their simpler ancestors in the Protista kingdom, the green algae. Over evolutionary time, plants improved their ability to live on land by developing a variety of important features. Plants can be divided into four major groups, displaying a progressively greater degree of adaptation to the terrestrial environment.

Valerie said...

heyee people (=
uhhhm , okaaay so here`s our
CHARACTERiSTiCS.
*ARE UNiCELLULAR
*M0ST ARE CAPABLE 0F M0VEMENT
*ARE AUT0TROPHS
*USE LiGHT ENERGY T0 MAKE F0OD
*MANY 0RGANiSMS RELY ON PLANT-LiKE PR0TiSTS FOR FO0D.
- valerie :]

cariss and shans only!!!! said...

Plants, ranging from the simple liverwort (a bryophyte) to the flowering plants (angiosperms), have …Encyclop√¶dia Britannica, Inc.any member of the kingdom Plantae, multicellular, eukaryotic life forms characterized by (1) photosynthetic nutrition, in which chemical energy is produced from water, minerals, and carbon dioxide with the aid of pigments and the radiant energy of the Sun, (2) essentially unlimited growth at localized regions, (3) cells that contain cellulose in their walls and are therefore to some extent rigid, (4) the absence of organs of locomotion, resulting in a more or less stationary existence, (5) the absence of sensory and nervous systems, and (6) life histories that show an alteration of haploid and diploid generations, with the dominance of one over the other being taxonomically significant.

here are the questions said...

. Identify the characteristics of your Protist group.

2. Identify and briefly describe the different types of Protists in your group.

3. Explain the different ways the Protists in your group move.

4. Explain how the Protists in your group affect other organisms.

5. Predict what the world would be like without the Protist group you have been assigned.

Anonymous said...

Red Algae:

- red in color

- may appear green or blue sometimes

Green Algae:

- most diverse group of algae

- green in color

Blue/Green Algae(Cyanobacteria):

- appears blue/green (how it got its name)

- is olive green or red sometimes

-form in shallow, warm, slow moving or still water.

BROWN:

- mostly found in marine habitats

- brown in color

Diatoms:

- delicate unicellular organisms

- yellow brown in color

Golden Algae:

- found mostly in fresh water

-goldish color

said...

i can't believe that this is due tomorrow! time to work. -.- yay.

have fun other groups :]

rani said...

hi kay we half to start the project

ALiYA `& KiRSTY said...

So like, we finished all the questions besides five. and we needa work on our skitt. so like belle!!! read this. kthanks :] hehe wellls, yeah BACK T0 W0RK. holler.

kAy P. said...

rani, im back. okay so wut u get?

rani said...

hola kay u there?

kay said...

Rani, u der?

rani said...

yeah im here do u get question number4?

kay said...

hold on let me see it..

kay said...

Like hw plantlike protists affects other organisms. like wut dey do to dem...and yeah stuff like dat

rani said...

yeah, i know that but i cant find anything on it

kay said...

fine ill try to find it...

rani said...

no seriously i cant find anything, and i think i half to get off the computer soon

CARISS said...

het guys!!! its cariss. What do we still have to do for the project? I just wanted to know maybe I could try to do some of the project at home.
DiD yOu GuYs LiKe ThE dAnCe?
anyanys I will talk to you guys later. bye bye shan's
<3333333
LATER

Anonymous said...

great job everyone :) everybody did a really good job!!!! see you guys at school tommorow...ok bye bye
<333333

said...

hey guys we all did a really good job with the voices and everything. it was a lot of fun. i hope that we can do another project like this sooon.

:)

said...

OMG MR Z U DIDNT DELETE THIS YET!! AHH AWWW I MISS SEVENTH GRADE!

Anonymous said...

its kirsty :] yay. omg i miss seventh grade. blah. whooo ! lol.

aliya's coool.