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protists and fungi

one or many-celled eukaryotic organism that can be plantlike, animal-like, or funguslike protists
chlorophyll-containing, planylike protists that produce oxegen as a result of photosynthesis algae
long, thin whiplike structure that helps organisms move through moist or wet surroundings flagellum
one-celled, animal-like protist that can live in water, soil, and living and dead organisms protozoan
in protists, short, threadlike structure that extend from the cell membrane of a ciliate cilia
temporary cytoplasmic extensions used by some protists to move about and trap food pseudopod
the use of licht energy to produce a simple sugar from carbon dioxede and water and gime off oxegen photosynthesis
mass of many-celled, threadlike tubes formingthe body of a fungus hyphae
waterproof reproductive cell of a fungus that can grow into a new organism spore
club-shaped, reproductive structue in which club fungi productive spores basidium
saclike, spore-producing structur of sac fungi ascus
form of asexual reproduction in which a new, geneticaly-identical organism forms on the side of its parent budding
round sporecase of a zygote fungus sporangium
organism made up of a fungus and a green alga of a cyanobacerium lichen
network of hyphae and plany foots that helps plants absorb water and minerals from soil mycorrhizae
tangled mass of threadlike hyphae mycelium
organis that uses dead organisms as a food source and helps recycle nutrients so they are available for use by other organisms saprophytes
the reproductive structure of a fungus fruiting body
club fungi phylum basidiomycota
sac fungi phylum ascomycota
zygote fungi and other fungi phylum zygomycota
the scientific name for bread mold rhizopus stolonofer
Created by: rallgood