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SC; Fungus & Protist

Fungus and Protist definitions

one- or many-celled organism that lives in moist or wet surroundings protists
plantlike protists algae
a long, thin, whiplike structure used flagellum
one-celled, animal like protist protozoan
short, threadlike structures that extend from the cell membrane cilia
temporary extensions of the cytoplasm pseudopod
process in which plants produce food & energy from light photosynthesis
The body of fungus usually a many-celled, threadlike tube hyphae
waterproof reproductive cell that grows into a living organism spore
club shaped, spore producing structure basidium
spore producing, little saclike structure ascus
form of asexual reproduction in which a new organism grown on the side of the parent budding
round spore case sporangium
organism made of fungus and a green algo or cyanobacterium lichen
network of hyphae mycorrhizae
rootlike filaments that anchor the mushroom to the soil. mycelium
organisms that obtaim food by absorbing tissue from other dead organisms saprophytes
visible part of fungi fruiting body
club fungi Phylum Basidiomycota
sac fungi Phylum Ascomycota
Zygote or other fungi Phylum Zygomycota
Scientific name for bread mold rhizopus stolonifer
fungi; PorS? Singular
hyphae; PorS? Plural
basidium; PorS? Singular
flagellum; PorS? Singular
Created by: Aliaso