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Science Test 3-19-15

pellicle tough, rubbery cell coat that takes the place of a cell wall
asexual reproduction type of reproduction in which exact copies are produced and populations can increase rapidly
euglenoids plantlike protists that have a flagellum at one end of the body and lack cell walls
holdfasts structures with a chemical-like glue that fastens them to rock
protist a member of a group of eukaryotic organisms that shares some characteristics with plants, animals, and fungi
sarcodine protists that have no shape
diatoms common plantlike protists that have hard outer walls
algae plantlike protists that use photosynthesis
paramecium common protist with cilia and two nuclei
dinoflagellate unicellular plantlike protist that uses flagella to spin
sexual reproduction type of reproduction in which offspring are genetically different from the parents
protozoans common unicellular protists that resemble tiny animals and usually lice in a wet environment
volvox type of unusual unicellular green algae that comes together to form a sphere that has eyespots
pseudopods what amoebas use to walk
water molds funguslike protists that live as parasites or feed on dead organisms and often cause diseases in plants
basidium structure that produces sex spores
hyphae structure that absorbs nutrients
heterotrophs organisms that can't produce their own food
mycelium network created by hyphae
ascospores spores from sac fungi
imperfect fungi causes athlete's foot
basidiocarp a mushroom part above land
zygote fungi what grows in wet basements
zygospores what zygosporangia release
club fungi what mushrooms are
Created by: IsaiahDaBreton