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micro lab 2

bio 125

Fungi includes? yeasts and molds
yeasts are? unicellular, ovoid structures
yeasts reproduce by? budding and producing colonies
molds are? multicellular
algae contains? chloroplasts (photosynthesis)
Prototbeca lost the ability to photosynthesis , produces its own food, causes diseases to humans,
Protozoa are? unicellular
What type of cell are fungi, algae and protozoans made up of? eukararyotic
How do molds differ from yeast morphologically? molds- multicellular yeast- unicellular
What is unique about algae that is not observed with fungi and protozoa? photosynthesis and chloroplast
Name the protozoan structures for motility? Cilia and flagella
Created by: xokitty17xo