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Protists and Fungi

Vocab. for Ch. 2 Test

a one- or many-celled organism that lives in moist or wet surroundings protist
plantlike protists algae
a long, thin, whiplike structure used for movement flagellum
one-celled, animal-like protist protozoan
short, threadlike structures that stick out from the cell membrane cilia
temporary extensions of the cytoplasm pseudopods
the process plants use to get energy from the sun photosynthesis
many-celled, threadlike tubes hyphae
a waterproof reproductive cell that can grow into a new organism spore
club-shaped spores basidium
saclike spores ascus
a form of asexual reproduction budding
spores in a round spore case sporangium
an organism made of fungus and either a green alga or a cyanobacterium lichen
a network of hyphae and roots mycorrhizae
mass of hyphae mycelium
organisms that obtain food by absorbing dead organisms saprophytes
a mushroom fruiting body
club fungi phylum basidiomycota
sac fungi phylum ascomycota
zygote fungi phylum zygomycota
What is the scientific name for bread mold? rhizopus stolonifer
Created by: erwiegand