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protista study guide - 16. 17. 18. Paramecium, amoeba,...

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1. Eukaryotic, mostly unicellular, in most environment. 2. Plasmodium falciparum 3. Dinoflagelletes 4. responsible for making half the oxygen we breathe 5. Protozoan: A single-celled animal. Alga: of or relating to alga 6. 7. Move by Cilia, cilia propels the organism to move through water. Ex) Paramecium 8. move by flagella, trichonympha: pritists that has a mutalistic relationship with termites. Trypanosoma: protist that causes African sleeping sickness using an intermediate host fly. 9. 10. Normally called seaweed (kelp). Larger than other kinds of algae. Grow up to 30 meters. 11. Modern plants are believed to have descended from these protists. Ex) volvox, spirogyra, 12. found along rocky coastlines, food products have substances derived from this. (sugar and agar) 13. Long, thread-like organelle used by many microscopic organisms for locomotion and feeding 14. Tiny, hair-like structure used for locomotion 15. “False foot” used for movement and feeding.
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Unformatted text preview: 16. 17. 18. Paramecium, amoeba, stentor, euglena, volvox, diatoms, spirogrya. 19. Fungus like protist. 20. Symbiotic relationship between algae and fungi, 21. cap, scales, ring, gills, cup, stem, mycelium 22. Chitin 23. Any of the threadlike filaments forming the mycelium of a fungus 24. The vegetative part of a fungus consisting of a mass of branching threadlike hyphae 25. root-like structures of bryophytes, lichens, and some algae that are used for anchorage but not conduction of water 26. Symbiotic combination of fungus and root tissue 27. into phyla 28. Besdia produce busidiospores. ~common mushrooms 29. Ascopsores produced byascus. ~cup fungi, yeast, morels, truffles 30. common molds. Mainly saprotes, form mycorrhize 31. “imperfect” fungi. Can be dangerous or helpful in medicine. Reproduce asexually 32. Phylum Deuteromycota 33. Decomposers 34. 35. 36....
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This note was uploaded on 09/25/2010 for the course BIOLOGY 41 taught by Professor Albaker during the Spring '08 term at New Hampshire.

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