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Science exam T. 14

Most protists are made of how many cells? one
What terms means that protists' cells have a nucleus? eukaryotic
How do some protists make their own food? by photosynthesis
In asexual reproduction, how many parents are there? one
What is one way protists are grouped? by their size
Where do most types of algae live? in water
What are mobile protists sometimes called? protozoans
What are the spore cases on threadlike fungi called? sporangia
A lichen combines what two organisms fungus and alga
What is the largest group of fungi lichens
A protist that makes its own food? producer
An organism that cannot make its own food heterotroph
a protist that gets the nutrients it needs from another protist parasite
a part of a protist that captures energy from the sun chloroplast
protist producers that use photosynthesis to make food algae
a twisted mass that forms when hyphae grow together mycelium
a threadlike fungal filament hypha
heterotrophs with rigid cell walls and no chlorophyll fungi
heterotrophs that get energy by breaking down dead matter are called decomposers
free-floating single celled algae are called phytoplankton
a fungus that looks like wool or cotton is call mold
Created by: pettaforever