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AB Ch 11

Characteristics mostly unicellular, eukaryotes(nucleus)
Chloroplasts Capture energy from sun
Photosynthesis make their own food
Multiple Fission asexual, more than 2 offspring from one parent
Binary Fission asexual, 2 offspring from one parent
Classification by shared traits
Mycorrhiza relationship between a plant and fungus
Lichen fungus and algae
Fungi eukaryote, heterotroph, rigid cell walls
Molds shapeless fuzzy
Sac fungi largest group
Protist producers
Examples green algae, phytoplankton, brown algae
Food make their own
Mycelium twisted mass of hyphae
Spores spread easily by the wind
Mutualism fungus living in plant roots
Pseudopodia used for moving and eating
Asexual reproduction one parent
Live in water
Contain chlorophyll green pigment
Protozoans mobile protists
Sporangia spore cases
Dinoflagellates can move
Euglenoids move
Zooflagellates use flagella, live in water or parasites, protozoans
Autotroph/Heterotroph produce own food/ can not make own food, eat yeasts
Host organism invaded by parasite
Decomposers break down dead or decaying matter
Phytoplankton need microscope to see, make their own food, free floating
Diatoms glasslike shells
Foraminiferans snail like shells
Cilia tiny hairlike structures, ciliates
Flagella whiplike strands for movement
Parasite an organism that invades another
Why not eat wild mushrooms some are poisonous
Amoeba like protozoans
Created by: evroman