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Three ways protists move Euglena,paramecium,amoeba
What kingdom do protists belong to Protista
Where do protists live Moist areas
Describe plant-like Produce food through photosynthesis
Describe animal like Obsorb or ingest food after capturing it
Describe fungi like Obtain food by external digestion is decomsumers
Name type of fungi that is multicellular Mushrooms
Name one type of fungi that is unicellular yeast
define symbiotic Gain energy from decaying
Define saprophytic Gain energy from feeding on other
Define parasitic Gain energy from fsteering on others
Gravitropism Grows in respond to gravity
phototropism Grows in response to light
Negative tropis m Grows away from the stimulu
Positive tropism Grows towards the stimulu
what is fungi Bacteria
Created by: bailey.virginia