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Protists, Fungi, etc

Includes Protists, Fungi, and Plants

What are the characteristics for the kingdom Protista? Eukaryotic, single celled, Can be a autotroph or a heterotroph, Can be Plant-like, Animal-like, or Fungus-like.
What is a protist? An organism with eukaryotic single cells or colonies (multicellular), Laking tissues and eats, makes, or decomposes its food. WIDE variety or shapes and colors.
What are plant-like protists? photosynthetic but no roots stems or leaves.
What are animal-like protists (protozoans)? They move, eat food, and some use the sun AND eat food.
What are fungus-like protists? Get energy from decomposing
Can you name 10 protists? Spirogyra, Diatoms, Dinoflagellates, Euglenoid, Ameba, Parameciums, Slime Molds, Water Molds, Euglena, Blepharisma.
What is a fungi? A Eukaryotic Heterotrogh, that have rigid cell walls and no chlorophyll.
How do fungi get their nutrients? Most are decomposers, some are parasites.
What is the relationship between A tree and a Fungus called? mycorrhiza
What are hyphe (singular hypha)? a nonreproductive filament of a fungus
What is mycelium? A mass if fungal filaments, or hyphae, that forms the body of a fungus.
What is a spore? A reproductive cell or multicellular structure that is resistant to stressful environment conditions and that can develop into an adult without fusing with another cell
What are the 4 groups of fungi? Threadlike, Sac, Club, and imperfect fungi
Where do most threadlike fungi live? Underground and are decomposers
What is the biggest group of fungi? Sac Fungi
How do yeasts reproduce? Budding
What are the characteristics for the kingdom plante? Photosynthesis (Autotrophic), Cuticles, Cell walls made of cellulose, Multicellular, Eukaryotic, Chloroplast, Chlorophyll, Lack the power of locomotion, Produce Embryos
What is an embryo? young plant that develops inside
What is a nonvascular plant? Plants without tubes to transport water so must live near water
What is a vascular plant? Plants with tubes to transport water
How do nonvascular plants reproduce? With spores
How vascular plants reproduce? Using Seeds, but some are seedless so they use spores
What is one example of a seedless vascular plant? A fern
What are the 2 types of vascular plants that use seeds? Gymnosperm and Angiosperm.
What do Angiosperms use to reproduce? Flowers
What do Gymnosperms use to reproduce? Cones
What is the Phloem? A tube in a vascular plant that carries food .
What is the Xylem? A tube in a vascular plant that carries water.
What are the three types of asexual reproduction in plants? Plantlets, Tubers, and Runners
Describe a plantlet. Tiny plants that grow along the edges of a plant's leaves
What is a Flower? The reproductive part of a angiosperm that produces the seed.
Describe a Tuber. Underground stems that can produce new plants after a dormant season
Describe a runner. Above ground stems from which a new plants can grow.
Created by: Uniwhale13