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Chapter 2

Protists and Fungi

one or many celled eukaryotic organisms that can be plantlike, animallike, or protists like Protists
chlorophyll-containing, plantlike protists produce oxygen as a result of photosnthesis Algae
long, whiplike structure, helps move orgainism through moist or wet surroudings Flagellum
one celled animal protozoan living in water, soil, living and dead organisms Protozoan
protists, short threadlike structurs enable them to move quickly Cilia
temporary cytoplasmic extentions Pseudopod
plants and protists use light to produce sugar from carbon dioxide and water (gives off oxygen) Photoxythesis
many celled like tubes forming body of fungus hyphae
waterproof reproductive cell of a fungus that grows into new organism spore
clubed shaped reproductive structure basidium
saclike, spore producing structure ascus
round spore case of a zygote fungus sporangium
form of asexual reproduction in which new genetically-idetical organism forms budding
organism made up of fungus and green algae or cyanobacterium lichen
network of hyphae and plant roots helps plants absorb water and minerals mycorrhizae
tangled mass of threadlike hyphae mycelium
organisms that use dead organisms as food saprophytes
reproductibe part of a fungus fruiting body
club fungi phylum basidiumycota
sac fungi phylum ascomycota
zygote fungi phylum zygomycota
scientific name for bread mold rhizopus stolonifer
Created by: aweber.clm