Biology Final Exam Protists, and Fungi Flashcards

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Eyespot



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gullet
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macronucleus
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Cap
Flagella
Whip-like tail
Animal-like protists
protozoans
Amoeba Phylum
Sarcodina
Paramecium habitat
freshwater
Plasmodium habitat
host
Dinoflagellates Habitat
marine



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mouth pore



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oral groove
sporangiophore
vertical hyphae
phylum rhodophyta...uni-multicellular, or both
unicellular
Phylum phaephyta color
brown
vector of malaria
mosquitos
Fungi are pro-/eukaryotic
eukaryotic
Red Algae Phylum
Rhodophyta
Dinoflagellates: unicellular, multicellular, or both
unicellular
Dinoflagellates Significance
red tide
Trypanosoma habitat
host, lakes/ponds
locomotion
how they move
phylum sarcodina example
amoeba
Phylum ciliophord movement
cilia
protozoan environment
moist environment
slime mold
fungal-like protists
amoeba
most common rhizopod
chlorophyta
green algae phylum
the microscopic, photosynthetic organisms that float near the surface of marine or fresh water and that are the basic source of food in many aquatic ecosystems; examples include algae and cyanobacteria
phytoplankton
example of phylum euglenophyta
euglena
fungi are parasitic/free living
parasitic/saprophytic
Diatoms Cell Wall Composition
silicion
Red Algae habitat
deep water
the study of fungi
mycology
macronucleus
controls cels in CILIATES
cause of red tide
dinoflagellates
Mushroom, mold, yeast
Examples of fungi
example of Brown Algae
kelp, sargassum
Protists are prokaryotic, eukaryotic, or both.
eukaryotic
red tide
population explosion of dinoflagellata
phylum sporozoa feeding habit
strictly parasitic
phylum of the diatom
phylum rhodophyta
Afrcian sleeping sickness vector
tsetse fly
fungi classified by
spore producing features
Pseudopod
"false foot", extensions of the cytoplasm.
Most ____ are molds or yeasts
fungi
disease associated with paramecium
no diseases associated
most amoebas live in what habitat
freshwater
Red Algae example
nori-used to wrap sushi
Protozoans are mostly microscopic, or visible from the naked eye
microscopic
where do water mold grow?
on fish
Brown Algae unicellular, multi--- or both
multicellular
Diseases caused by Trypanosoma
African sleeping sickness
euglenoid
algae can be autotrophic and heterotrophic
club fungi
puffballs, smuts, rusts, and mushrooms
thick celluose
dinoflagellates cell wall made of__
amoeba-like movement; the movement of a cell by the formation of pseudopods
amoeboid movement
group of unicellular algae living together
colonial algae
pyrenoid
cell organelle that makes and stores starch
phylum rhodophyta has cell walls made of
silica
Brown Algae habitat
mostly marine, along rocky coasts
(+) and (-) hyphae forn 2n structure
zygospore
ascus
sac like structure where sexual spores are produced
Euglena Cell wall composition
no cell wall, pellicle instead
a dividing wall, or partition, such as the wall between adjacent cells in a fungal hypha, the internal wall between adjacent segments of an annelid, and the thick wall between the right and left chambers of the heart
septum
Brown Algae significance
habitats a variety of marine life
air bladders
brown algae have__ that keep near surface
_____ is when pieces break off of a hyphae, shatter, and release spores
fragmentation
a soft, fine, porous deposit that is composed mainly of the skeletons of diatoms
diatomaceous earth
the production of light by means of a chemical reaction in an organism
bioluminescence
Green Algae significance
could be the ancestor of land plants, perform photosynthesis, part of food chain
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