Protist Smore

By: Brianna Dentici

Euglena

The Euglena gets it food because it has chloroplasts by photosynthesis and it absorbs nutrients. Its moves by the flagella and it only has one. The mitosis is the way it reproduces. How it responds is by the eyespot, which helps find light.
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Amobea

How the amoeba gets its food is it surrounds its food with its pseudopods. It moves by changing its shape and pseudopod. The reproduction is by the binary fission which is a sexual. It responds by turning into cyst when conditions are bad. An example of a bad situation is when there is no water they go into a cyst and wait for water to come so they can come out of the 'hard shell' cyst!!!
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Paramecium

The paramecium gets its food by using its cilia to sweep food into its oral groove. It moves by twirling itself around also using the cilia. They reproduce by binary fission and conjugation. They respond by tricocyst.
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Volvox

How the volvox gets its food is by photosynthesis by chlorophyll. They move with there two flagella's. To reproduce they produce daughter colonies and respond with colonies.
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Euglena

Euglena - Longitudinal binary fission

Amobea

Amoeba in motion

Paramecium

Paramecium Dividing

Volvox

Volvox Globator