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Chapter 2 StudyGuide

one-or many-celled eukaryotic organism that can be plantlike, animal-like, or funguslike protists
chlorophyll-containing, plantlike protists that produce oxygen as a result of photosynthesis algae
long, thin whiplike structure that helps organisms move through moist or wet surroundings flagellum
one-celled, animal-like protist that can live in water, soil, & living and dead organisms protozoan
in protists, short, threadlike structures that extend from the cell membrane of a ciliate and enable teh organism to move quickly cilia
temorary cytoplasmic extensions used by some protists to move about and trap food pseudopod
process by which plants and many other producers use light energy to produce a simple sugar from carbon dioxide and water and gibe off oxygen photosynthesis
mass of many-celled, thread like tubes forming the body of a fungus hyphae
water proof reproductive cell of a fungus that can grow into a new organism spore
club-shaped, reproductive structure in which club fungi produce spores basidium
sac like, spore-producing structure of sac fungi ascus
form of asexual reproduction in which a new, genetically-identical organism forms on the side of its parent budding
round spore case of a zygote fungus sporangium
organism made up of a fungus and a geren algae or a cynobacterium lichen
network of hyphae and plant roots that help plants absorb water and minerals from sil mycorrhizae
tangled mass of thread like hyphae mycelium
organism that uses dead organisms as a food source and helps recycle nutrients so they are available for use by other organisms saprophytes
reproducting part of the funi fruiting body
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