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bacteria genetic material in their cells is not contained in the nucleus
flagellum long whip like structure that helps a cell to move
binary fisson one cell divides to form two identical cells.
asexual reproduction a reproductive process that involves only one parent and have babies identical to the mommy
sexual reproduction parents combine their genetic material and produce babies
conjugation one batrican transfers to another batrain through a threadlike bridge
endospore small rounded thick walled resting cell inside a baterial cell
decompsers break down large chemicals in dead organisms chemicasls
protists eukaroytes that can not be classified as animals
protozoan type of protist
pseudopod termporary bulges of the cell
contractile vacuole a structure that collects extra water and expels it from the cell
cillia hair like structurs that move like a wave movement
symbosis close relationship in which at least one of the species benefits.
mutualism both partners benefit from living together
algae plantlike protists
spore a tiny cell that is able to grow into anew organisms
fungi an eurkaroye that have cell that feed by absorb their and use spore to reproduce
hyphae are tubelike that make up the bodies of multicelluar
fruiting body fungi produce spores reproductive
budding unicelluar yeast cells undergo a form of asexual reproduction
lichen consists of fungus
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