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Protist vocabulary

Cilia tiny thread-like hairs used for movement
Flagellum Whip-like structures used for movement
Hyphae multicellular thread-like tubes
Protist a unicellular and multicellular organism
Protozoan an animal-like protist
Psuedopod also known as a "false foot" used for movement
Spore a waterproof reproductive cell that can grow into a new organism
Binary Fission type of asexual reproduction that forms two identical daughter cells
Conjugation form of sexual reproduction
Contractile vacuoles cavity in the cytoplasm of some protists that collects water and discharges it from the cell
Chitin complex carbohydrate that makes up the cell wall of fungi
Saprobe organism that obtain food from decaying organisms
Sarcodina move using pseudopodia
Ciliphora move using cilia
Zoomastigina move using whip like flagella
Hyphae tiny filament that make up the body of a fungus
Mycology study of fungus
Fungicide chemicals used to kill fungus
Spore haploid reproductive cell
Created by: ecalbean.clm