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Classification Test

Classification Vocabulary Test

TermDefinition
spore a waterproof reproductive cell used by fungi and some plants
prokaryotic lacks a nucleus in one's cell
eukaryotic contain's a nucleus in one's cell(s)
virus a non-living piece of genetic material; can cause infections like the flu or measles
flagellum a long whip-like tail used for movement
fission a form of reproduction in which a cell splits itself into 2 identical copies
What kingdom can yeast be found in? fungi
Protists Single-celled animals that contain a nucleus (eukaryotic)
4 Groups of Fungi club fungi, sac fungi, common molds, chytrids
Fungi get their food from dead organisms
Producers get their food from sunlight
Cilia small hairs outside a protist's body
pseudopods (false-feet) used for moving and eating
Paramecium animal-like protist - uses cilia to move around
Amoeba animal-like protist - uses pseudopods to mover around
3 types of Fungus like Protists slime molds, water molds, downy molds
Monerans uni-cellular, lack a nucleus (prokaryotic)
Created by: cbeltrani