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Chapter 3

An animal like protist Protozoan
a false foot or temperary bulge of the cell membrane used for feeding and movement in small protozoans pseudopod
The cell struture that collects extra water from the cytoplasm that expels it from the cell Contractile vacuole
the hairlike projections on the outside of the cell that move in a wave like manner cilia
a close relationship between two organisms that at least on organism benifits symiosis
A type of syboisis were both organisms benifit from living together mutalism
A tiny cell that is able to grow in a new organism spore
a plant like protist algae
a chemical that produces color pigment
a rapid growth of a population of algae algal bloom
an algal bloom that accures in salt water red tide
the buildup over time in nutreints in freshwater lakes and ponds that leads to an increase inthe growth of algae eutrophication
one of many braching threadlike tubes that make up the body of a fungus hypha
the reproductive hypha of a fungus fruiting body
a form of a sexual reproduction of yeast in which a new yeast cell grows out of the body of the parent budding
the combination of a fungus and either an algal or an autotrophic bacterium that can live together in a mutalistic relationship lichen
Created by: Kassidy M.