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									Lesson 11 – Protists                              pg. 36

Question: How are some microbes like plants and some like
animals, and how do they effect humans?

Hypothesis:




**Now, by yourself read the short article on pgs 133-134,
“The Fine Art of Naming Organisms”
Data/Observations:

Make a chart like this:

Protist       Animal-like           Plant-like Features Structures/Methods of
              Features                                  Movement
Amoeba


Paramecium


Euglena


Volvox



Now you are going to illustrate and label the 4 prepared slides under the
microscopes.
(drawings need the following labels)
Volvox –
   daughter colony, flagella
Paramecium –
   cilia, oral groove, nucleus, contractile vacuole
Euglena –
   flagellum, nucleus, chloroplast, eyespot
Amoeba –
   vacuole, pseudopodia, endoplasm, cell membrane,
   nucleus
                        Guidelines for Scientific Drawings

                        1.    Drawing made with a pencil (color)
                        2.    Size of drawing is proportional to field of view
                        3.    Magnification is printed just below circle
                        4.    Title appears in upper case letters
                        5.    Lines used for labeling end at or inside the features
                        6.    Ruler used to draw lines for labels
                        7.    Labels are printed outside FOV and parallel to bottom
                        8.    All writing is printed, not cursive
                        9.    Neat, no bad erasure marks
                        10.   Measurements are printed in parentheses to right of title
Analysis/Conclusion:

1. After making your observations, what
   “characteristics of life” did you see with the
   protists?
2. Why do you think these protists are not
   classified as animals or plants?
3. Name and describe 3 structures protists
   use to move around.
4. Describe two ways protists are beneficial
   to humans.

								
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