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Fungi protist and parasites

Fungi protist and parasites - Term Definition Definitive...

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Term: Definitive host Definition: Where the parasite reproduces sexually Term: Intermediate host Definition: Where the parasite has some development but not sexual development Term: Reservoir host Definition: Makes parasites available for transmission Term: What is parasite evasion? Definition: Encystment, changing surface antigens, bait and switch, invading host cells Term: What are protists? Definition: Eukaryotic single celled and important in ecological food chains
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Term: What are the 3 classes of protist? Definition: Plant like, fungus like or animal like Term: Characteristic of plant-like protist? Definition: Algae, have chloroplasts, euglenoids, (pellicle - outer member cover) diatoms, dinoflagellate Term: Fungus -like protist Definition: Water mold (causes mild) slime mold, Term: Saprophytic Definition: Feeds on decaying material Term: Protozoa Definition: Animal like protist,
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Term: What r the 4 classes of parasitic protozoa? Definition: Mastigophora, sarcodina, apicomplexa, and cilata Term: Mastigophorans have Definition: Flagellas Term: Examples of mastigophoras are Definition: Trypanosoma, leishmania, giardiasis, and trichomonas Term: Amebozoa Definition: Found in intestiinal tract, fecal/oral ex. Entamoeba history tics Term: Apicomplexa Definition: Sporozoans, complex life cycle, malaria, toxoplasma gondii
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