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protist & fungi card

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hyphae a mass of many celled thread like tubes
saprophytes organisms that obtain food by absorbing dead or decaying tissues of other organisms
spore a waterproof reproductive cell that can grow into a new organism
basidium a club shaped spore
ascus a little saclike spore
budding a form of asexual reproduction in which a new organism forms on the side of a parent organism
sporangium a round spore case
lichen an organism that is made of a fungus and either a green alga or a cynobacterium
mycorrhizae a network of hyphae and roots
algae plantlike protist
flagellum a long, thin, whiplike structure used for movement
cilia short, threadlike structures that extend from the cell membrane
protist a one- or many celled organism that lives in moist or wet surroundings
protozoan one-celled, animal-like protists
pseudopod temporary extentions of the organisms cytoplasm(it meens "false foot")
Created by: mgcurtis.clm