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ISB 6th Ch.1.4

ISB 6th Ch. 1.4

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Three types of Protists Plant-like, Animal-like, Fungus-like
Multicellular Plant-like Protist examples Seaweed, kelp
Unicellular Plant-like Protist examples Diatoms, Chlamydomonas
Colonial Plant-like Protist examples Volvox
Organisms that drift in water Plankton
Process of transforming sunlight energy to chemical energy. Photosynthesis
Pigment in which captures the sun's energy for photosynthesis Chlorophyll
Plant-like plankton Phytoplankton
Organisms that photosynthesize to produce energy Producers
Organisms that obtain their energy by eating other organisms Consumers
Protists that eat other organisms, or decaying parts of other organisms, animal-like protists Protozoans
Protozoans that use cilia to move Ciliates, example paramecium
Protozoans that use flagella to move Flagellates, example euglena
Protozoans that use pseudopods to move Pseudopodians, example amoeba
Disease caused by a protozoan, plasmodium, that are carried by mosquitos Malaria
Protists that absorb food from their environment Fungus-like protists, example slime mold, water mold, and plasmodial slime molds
Organisms that take in materials from the soil or from other organisms and break materials down in order to obtain energy Decomposers
Kingdom which contains algae, protozoans, and water-mold Protist
Type of cell with a nucleus and membrane-bound organelles Eukaryotic cell
Type of cell with no nucleus, no membrane-bound organelles. Prokaryotic cell
Organelle that photosynthesize Chloroplast
Protein coat and nucleic acid, DNA Parts of a virus
Cell which is infected with a virus or parasitic protozoan Host cell
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