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science fungiprotist

fungus and protist definitions

one or many celled organism that lives in wet or damp surroundings protists
plant-like protists that contain chlorophyll algae
long whip-like structure used for movement flagellum
one-celled animal like protists protozoan
short threadlike structures that extend from the cell membrane cilla
temporary extentions of the cytoplasm pseudopod
the process in which the sun's light is absorbed in chlorophyll and used to make sugars photosynthesis
many celled thread-like tubes hyphae
waterproof reproductive structure of a fungus spore
club fungi spore basidium
sac fungi spore ascus
asexual reproduction where the offspring grows directly off the parent budding
zygote spore case sporangium
organism w/ fungi and green algae/cyanobacterium lichen
network of hyphae mycorrhizae
tangled mass of hyphae mycellium
organisms that eat dead oraganisms saprophytes
fruiting body ascus, sporangium, or basidium
phylum Basidiomycota club fungi
phylum ascomycota sac fungi
phylum zygomycota zygote fungi
scientific name for bread mold rhizopus Stelonapher
tip of the iceberg lots of fungi underneath, small part exposed
p or s? Fungi p
p or s? fungus s
p or s? hypha s
p or s? hyphae p
p or s? badidium s
p or s? Basidia p
p or s? flagellum s
p or s? flagella p
Created by: Hunulufigus