Tutorial 2 - BIO122 Tutorial 2 (Lecture 3) 1. Protists are...

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Tutorial 2 (Lecture 3) 1. Protists are a) multicellular b) photosynthetic c) marine organisms d) non-parasitic e) eukaryotic 2. Which group/s of the Alveolates include members that are important in ocean food webs, cause/s red tides that kill many fishes and may even be carnivorous? a) Ciliates b) Apicomplexans c) Dinoflagellates d) A and B only e) A, B and C 3. A snail-like, coiled, porous shell of calcium carbonate is characteristic of ______________________. a) Diatoms b) Foraminiferans c) Radiolarians d) Gymnamoebas e) Ciliates 4. Which of the following types of protozoa is a primary source of energy for other organisms living in the same ecosystem? a) parasitic protozoa b) zooplankton c) cysts-forming protozoa d) soil-inhabiting protozoa 5. Amoebas capture food by a) engulfing it (phagocytosis) b) trapping it with flagella c) using cilia
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This note was uploaded on 06/21/2009 for the course BIO 150 taught by Professor Kore during the Spring '08 term at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College.

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Tutorial 2 - BIO122 Tutorial 2 (Lecture 3) 1. Protists are...

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