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Kingdoms

Question
classification The act of classifying
Binomial nomenclature 2 name system
prokaryote Doesn't have a nucleus
Eukaryote Has a nucleus
Dichotomous Key Used to group organisms into smaller groups
Archaea Bacteria organisms that are similar to bacteria in size.
virus small infecious agent
host an animal or plant on or in which a parasite or commensal organism lives.
parasite an organism that lives in or on another organisms
flaguellum a slender threadlike sturcture
binary fission reproduction of a cell
cunjation the transfer of genitic material
endospore asexual spore
decomposer decomposes organic material
protist an eukaryotic organism
protozoan animal like protist
pseudopod a false foot or temporary bulge
cilla hairlike
algae plantlike protist
spore able to grow into a new organism
Fungi has cell walls uses spores to reproduce
hyphae threadlike
fruiting body the reproductive structure of a fungus
budding another asexual reproduction
lichen the combination of a fungus and either an alga
Created by: Nrhodes