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Science VPBF

Viruses, Protists, Bacteria, Fungi

Prokaryotic Cells Cells that don't have a nucleus
Eukaryotic Cells Cells that do have a nucleus
Coccus A sphere-shaped bacteria
Bacillus A rod-shaped bacteria
Spirillum a spiral-shaped bacteria
Archebacteria are found in... hots springs and thermal vents in the oceans
Salt-Lovers Archebacteria that lives in salty areas
Heat-Lovers Archebacteria that live in hot areas
Acid-Lovers Archebacteria that live in acidic water
Methane Producers Archebacteria that live in the intestines of animals and humans
Binary Fission a type of asexual reproduction
Bacteria something that breaks down other living things
Pathogens Organisms that produce diseases
Protists a single celled organism that lives in moist surroundings
Dinoflagellates a protist that has a red pigment creating a red tide
Truffles Round,warty,sac fungi that are irregular in shape
Hyphae Multicellular fungi
Rhizoids root-like structures on mushrooms that grow down into bread
Two common Imperfect Fungi diseases are... Ringworm and Athletes Foot
Created by: Katherine_Cox