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science ch. 9

alga (algae, plural) Plant-like protists
cilium (cilia, plural) short, hair-like projections
life cycle the cycle of phases it goes through until it returns to the starting phase
protist Most single-celled eukaryotes
Protist Kingdom Protists are placed in this kingdom
protozoan (protozoa, plural) Animal-like protists
pseudopod temporary extensions of the cytoplasm
chitin a tough carbohydrate that make up the cell wall of fungi
fungus (fungi, plural) relatively simple eukaryotic organisms
Fungus Kingdom Fungi are placed in this kingdom
hypha (hyphae, plural) Other fungi grow into multicellular, thread-like structures
lichen relationship between a fungus and cyanobacteria or green algae
mold these are fungi that are multicellular organisms
mycelium (mycelia, plural) A mass of hyphae that makes up the body of a fungus
mycorrhiza a relationship between a fungus and a plant
spore a special reproductive cell
yeast these are fungi that exist as single cells
Created by: tmanfred