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Single-celled vocab

Single-celled organism vocabulary

These are bacteria that transform energy from sunlight into energy that can be used by cells. algae
These are the cells that viruses infect in order to make copies. host cells
These organisms drift in water instead of swimming through it. plankton
These get energy by breaking down chemicals in dead or decaying organisms and recycling them. decomposers
These animal-like protists get their energy by eating other organisms or decaying parts of other organisms. protozoa
These organisms are able to live in harsh, extreme environments. archaea
This name applies to both multicellular protists and single-celled protists that contain chlorophyll and use sunlight as an energy source. producers
These live in very close relationships either inside or on the surface of other organisms. bacteria
These can only be seen with the aid of a microscope. microorganisms
Single-celled organisms reproduce by this process. Binary Fission
This is a small collection of genetic material enclosed in a protein shell. virus
These life forms are the simplest kind of life known on Earth. bacteria
Scientists divide the organisms they identify into these groups. kingdoms
Created by: dwall