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Cubangbang #120950

Cubangbang's 7th Ch. 11 Little Seen Kingdoms Stack #120950

Chapter 11 DefChapter 11 Vocab
The two kingdoms described as being prokaryotic are Archaebacteria and Eubacteria
Spherical bacteria can be called Coccus
Spiral bacteria can be called Sprillium
Rod-shaped bacteria can be called Bacillus
T/F: Some medicines and foods are produced by certain types of bacteria True
Kingdom Protista contains two main groups of organisms Protozoans and algae
Amoebas exhibit which method of protozoan movement Pseudopodia
The microscopic organisms that float near the ocean's surface and provide food for many oceanic animals are Plankton
Spirogyra can reproduce by asexual fragmentation or by a sexual form of reproduction called Conjugation
T/F: All members of kingdom Protista are able to produce their own food. False
General term for the long, thin filaments that make up fungi Hyphae
Common method of fungi reproduction is through the release of tiny spores
T/F: The term saprophyte means parasite. False
T/F: The natural process of decomposition is dependent on both bacteria and fungi. True
Lichens form when fungi combines with Algae
How do viruses reproduce? Reproducing by infected cells
The 3 bacterial shapes Coccus, Spirillum, Bacillus
Fungi and bacteria are important in the natural environment because they Decompose wastes
Kingdom that contains tiny unicellular or colonial organisms called algae and protozoans Protista
All fungi produce Spores
A lichen is an organism that is made of Fungus and algae
The kingdom that contains true bacteria and cyanobacteria Eubacteria
Once known as blue-green algae Cyanobacteria
No prokaryote has this organelle Nucleus
Nucleic acid surrounded by a protein coat Virus
Kingdom whose members live in extreme environments Archaebacteria
bacteria arranged end to end in long chains Strep
Animal-like protists Protozoa
Plantlike protists Algae
Long, whiplike hairs flagella
Short, hairlike projections Cilia
Most abundant food in the ocean Plankton
An overpopulation of dinoflagellates Red tide
Asexual reproduction in Spirogyra fragmentation
A type of asexual reproduction Conjugation
A virus is smaller than bacterium
Bacteria is helpful or harmful? helpful
Can perform photosynthesis Algae
Found in amoebas Pseudopodia
T/F: An amoeba surrounds and engulfs its food True
Where does antibiotic penicillin come from? Fungus
Human disease caused by protozoa Malaria or African sleeping sickness
Fungus or other organisms that absorbs food from dead material Saprophyte
Interferon is a chemical your body produces to protet you from what? Viruses
Created by: jcubangbang