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Stack #421

Stack #Science Defininations

Algae plant-like protist
Ascus spores of these fungi are produced in a little saclike structure.
Basidium spores are produced in a club-shaped structure
Budding is a form of asexual reproduction in which a new organism are genetically identical
Cillia short,like-threadlike structures that extend from the cell membrane
flagellum is a long,thin,whiplike stucture used for movement
Hyphae the body of a fungus is uaually a mass of many-celled,threadlike tubes
Mycorrhiaze they form a network of hyphae and roots
Protist is a one or many celled organim that lives in moist or wet surroundings
Protozoan one-celled, animal-like protists
Psuedopods move through their enivroments and feed using temporary extensions of their cytoplasm
Saprophate are organisms that obtain food by absorbing dead or decaying tissues of other organisms
Sporangium fungi that belong to this group produce spores in a round spore
Spore is a waterproof reproductive cell that can grow into a new organism
Created by: Blaze420