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Ch 12:Eukaryote

CH 12: Eukaryote Classification

TermDefinition
agar Gel-like polysaccharide isolated from red algae
algae eukaryotic unicellular or multicellular photosynthetic organism
amoebae Protozoa that move and feed by pseudopodia
apicomplexans pathogenic alveolate protozoans characterized by the complex of special intracellular organelles located at the apecies of these microbes
arachnid Group of arthropods with eight legs
arthropodvectors Animals with segmented bodies , external skeletons, and jointed legs that carry pathogens
ascomycota division of fungi characterized by the formation of haploid ascospores within sacs
basidiomycota division of fungi characterized by production of basidiospores
carrageenan Gel-like polysaccharide isolated from red algae used as a thickener
chlorophyta green-pigmented division of algae considered to be the progenitors of plants
chrysophyta division of algae including diatoms
deuteromycetes Informal grouping of fungi having no sexual stage
diatom type of algae with cell walls made of silica
dimorphic having two forms
dinoflagellates group of unicellular, flagellated, alveolate protozoa characterized by photosynthetic pigments
helminths multicellular eukaryotic worms
lichens Organisms composed of a fungus and an algae
mosquitoes common vector for many pathogens
mycoses fungal disease
phaeophyta brown-pigmented division of algae having cell walls composed of cellulose and alginic acid
Protozoa single-celled eukaryotes that lack a cell wall
radiolaria amoebas with threadlike pseudopodia
rhodophyta red algae
Created by: drmicro