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Friendly Bio. Ch 19

Vocabulary Terminology for Chapter 19 in Friendly Biology

Question or TermAnswer or Definition
Kingdom Protista Are unicellular organisms that are made up of only one cell.
Eukaryotic Means they have membrane bound organelles and are members of Kingdom Protista
Three main groups of Kingdom Protista which contain several phyla are 1. Animal-like 2. Plant-like 3. Fungal-like
Locomotion Is how the animal-like protists are grouped.
Pseudopodia Are the false-foot like appendages of Phylum Sarcodina
Cilia Are the hair-like projections found in the Phylum Cililphora.
Phylum Zoomastigina Members move about through the use of a flagellum.
Flagellum Is a tail-like structure capable of propelling the organism through the water.
Phylum Sporozoa Members are animal-like yet don’t move about and include the malarial and toxoplasma organisms.
Fungal-like protists Include slime molds which move about on the forest floor eating up dead leaves.
Oomycota phylum Member caused the devastating potato famine of the 1800’s.
Plant-like protists Include various phyla of algae.
Pigment and glucose Are used to categorize the plant-like protists, Algae.
Chlorophyta Are the green algae.
Rhodophyta Are the red algae
Phaophyta Are the brown algae.
Chrysophyta Are the golden brown algae.
Pyrrophyta Have the ability to produce light through a process known as bioluminescence.
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