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Protists

Microorganisms

TermDefinition
Euglena Filled with chlorophyll. Moves by waving flagella (flagellates). Has a red eye spot to help find areas of light.
Chlorophyll Green substance that is similar to blood in animals.
Protists Neither plant, animal, or fungus.
Paramecium Covered by rows of short hair-like strands called cilia. Eats by swimming back and forth.
Volvox Colonies of thousands of cells.
Amoeba Best known protozoa. Uses cytoplasmic streaming to surround and engulf food with it's pseudopods.
Cilia Hair like strands that are visible on the outer edges of paramecia.
Pseudopods Enables amoeba to move as well as obtain food. Also known as the "false foot."
Flagella Helps propel Euglena through water.
Created by: biancalilly