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honors zoology-ch.11

thin, pointed pseudopodia that contain a central longitudinal (axial) filament of microtubules axopodia
a mode of asexual reproduction in which the animal splits into 2 approximately equal offspring binary fission
a hairlike, virbratile organelle process found on many animal cells. may be used in moving particles along the cell surface or in ciliate protozans for locomotion cilia
temporary union of 2 ciliate protoza while they are exchanging chromatin material and undergoing nuclear phenomenom resulting in binary fission. also formation of cytoplamic bridges between bacteria for transfer of plasmids conjugation
the cell mouth in many protoza cytosome
clear, thin, outer layer of cytoplasm ectoplasm
inner, granular cytoplasm endoplasm
whiplike organelle used for locomotion flagella
blunt, lobelike pseudopodia lobopodia
a small trophozoite at the stage just after cytokinesis had been completed in multiple fission of a protozoan plasmodiam life cycle , infective stage for humans merozoites
the larger of the 2 gamete types in a heterogametric organism, considered to be the female gamete macrogamete
the smaller of the 2 gamete types in a heterogametric organism, considered to be the male gamete microgamete
the larger of the 2 kinds of nucleii in a ciliate protozoa: controls all cell functions except reproduction macronucleus
a small nucleus found in ciliate protozoa: controls the reproductive functions of these organisms micronucleus
thin, translucent, secreted envolope covering many protozoa pellicle
branched filaments that merge to form a net-like structure reticulopodia
multiple asexual fission merozoites produced; 1st of 3 stages in plasmodiam life cycle schizogony
a stage in the life history of many sporazoan protozoa; released from oocysts; results of sexual reproduction sporozoite
the motile zygote of malarial parasites ookinete
adult stage in the life cycles of a protozoans in which it is actively absorbing nourishment; in red blood cells trophozoites
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