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Stack #194876

Stack #194876 " vIRUSES, bACTERIA, pROTISTS, AND fUNGI"

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a TINY NON-LIVING PARTICLE THAT INVADES AND THEN REPRODUCES INSIDE A LIVING CELLL! vIRUS
tHE ORGANISM THAT A PARASITE OR VIRUS LIVES IN OR ON!! hOST
tHE ORGANISM THAT BENIFITS BY LIVING ON OR IN A HOST IN A PARASITISM INTERACTION pARASITE
a VIRUS THAT INFECTS BACTERIA bACTERIOPHAGE
a SUBSTACED USED IN A VACCCINATION THAT CONSIST OF WEAKEND OR KILLED PATHOGENS THAT CAN TRIGGER THE IMMUNE SYSTEM INTO ACTION vACCINE
sINGLE-CELLED ORGANISM THAT LACK A NUCLEUS bACTERIA
a LONG WHIPLIKE STRUCTURE THAT HELPS A CELL TO MOVE fLAGELLUM
a FORM OF ASEXUAL REPPRODUCTION IN WHICH ONE CELL DIVIDES TO FORM TWO IDENTICAL CELLS BINARY fISSION
a REPRODUCTIVE PROCESS THAT INVOLVES TWO PARENTS THAT COMBINE THEIR GENETIC MATERIAL TO PRODUCE A NEW ORGANISM, WHICH DIFFERS FROM BOTH PARENTS sEXUAL rEPRODUCTION
a REPRODUCTIVE PROCESS THAT INVOLVES ONLY ONE PARENT AND PRODUCES OFFSPRING THAT ARE IDENTICLE TO THE PARENT aSEXUAL rEPRODUCTION
tEH PROCESS IN WHICH A UNICELLULAR ORGANISM TRANSFERS SOME OF ITS GENETIC MATERIAL TO ANOTHER UNICELLULAR ORGANISM!~! cONJUGATION
a SMALL ROUNDED, THICK WALLED RESTING CELL THAT FORMS INSIDE A BACTERIAL CELL eNDOSPORE
a PROCESS OF HEATING FOOD A TEMPERATURE THAT IS HIGH ENOUGH TO KILL AMOST HARMFUL BACTERIA WITHOUT CHANGING THE TASTE OF FOOD pASTEURIZATION
aN ORGANISM THAT BREAKS DOWN CHEMICALS FROM WASTES AND DEAD ORGANISMS AND RETURN IMPORTANT MATERIALS TO SOIL AND WATER dECOMPOSER
a EUKARYOTIC ORGANISM THAT CAN NOT BE CLASSIFIED AS AN ANIMAL, PLANT, OR FUNGUS pROTIST
aN ANIMAL LIKE PROTIST pROTOZOAN
A "FALSE fOOT" OR TEMPORARY BULGE OF CYTOPLASM USED FOR FEEDING AND MOVEMENT IN SOME PROTOZOANS pSEUDOPOD
tHE CELL STRUCTURE THAT COLLECTS EXTRA WATER FROM TEH CYTOPLASM ANS THEN EXPELS IT FROM THE CELL. cONTRACTILE vACUOLE
tEH HAIRLIKE PROJECTIONS ON THE OUTSIDES OF CELLS TO MOVE IN A WAVELIKE MANNER cILIA
a CLOSE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TWO ORGANISMS OF DIFFERENT SPECIES THAT BENIFITS AT LEAST ONE OF THE ORGANISM sYMBIOSIS
a CLOSE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TWO SPECIES IN WHICH BOTH ORGANISMS BENIFIT mUTUALISM
pLANTLIKE PROTISTQ aLGAE
a TINY CELL THAT IS ABLE TO GROW INTO A NEW ORGANISM sPORE
a EUKAROYTE ORGANISM THAT HAS A CELL WALLS USES SPORES TO REPRODUCE AND IS A HETROTROPH THAT FEEDS BY ABSORBING ITS FOOD fUNGI
tHE BRANCHING THREADLIKE TUBES THAT MAKE UP THE BODIES OF MULTICELLULAR FUNGI hYPHAE
tHE REPRODUCTIVE STRUCTURES OF A FUNGUS THAT CONTAINS MANY HYPHAE AND PRODUCES SPORES fRUITING bODY
a FORM OF ASEXUAL REPRODUCTION OF YEAST ON WHICH NEW CELL GROWS OUT OF THE BODY OF PARENT bUDDING
tHE COMBINATION OF A FUNGUS AND EITHER AN ALGA O RAN AUTOTROPH BACTERIUMTHAT LIVE TOGETHER IN A MUTUSLISTIC RELATIONSHIP lICHEN