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protists test

protists tests study stack

when both partners benefit from the relationship mutualism
what are 3 groups of protists plant-like, animal-like, fungus-like
an example of a protist with cilia a paramecium
how are fungus like protists similar to plants they use spores to reproduce
what traits do all protists share they are multicellular
how are plant-like protists similar to plants they are autotrophs
what is an example of a protist with a pseudopod an amoeba
what are 2 examples of fungus-like protists slime molds, and downy mildews
a close relationship in which at least one of the species benefits is called symbiosis
if an amoeba wraps around food that it wants to eat, it is using its pseudopod
how does a paramecium move with its cilia
what is a common name for plant-like protists algae
how are protists classified by the characteristics they share
what are some characteristics that animal-like protists share they are heterotrophs and most can move from place to place
how are fungus like protists similar to fungus they are heterotrophs
if a protist is a parasite what does it need to survive a host
in an amoeba the structure that keeps the organism from drowning is the contractual vacuole
how does an euglenoid move with its flagella
what types of protist is diatoms and dinoflagellates fungus-like
what is a characteristic common to all animal-like protist they are unicellular
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