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Bio CH5

Biology CH5 Protists and Fungi

TermDefinition
algae plant-like protists
budding reproduction in which a small part of the parent grows into a new organism
cilia short, hair-like parts on the surface of a cell
club fungi fungi with club-shaped parts that produce spores
hyphae threadlike structures that make up the bodies of most fungi
lichen a fungus and an organism with chlorophyll that live together
multicellular an organism having many different cells that do certain jobs for the organism
mutualism a living arrangement in which both organisms benefit
protozoan one-celled animal-like organisms with a nucleus
sac fungi fungi that produce spores in saclike structures
slime mold funguslike protists that are consumers
sporangia structures, found on the tips of hyphae, that make spores
sporangium fungi fungi that produce spores in sporangia
spore special cells that develop into new organisms
sporozoan protozoans that reproduce by forming spores
Created by: djhockett5