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Chapter 2 Protists and Fungi Vocabulary
algae Any of various plantlike protists. Diatoms and seaweed are kinds of algae.
diatom A microscopic, one- celled type of algae with a glasslike cell wall. A single liter of ocean water may contain millions of diatoms.
ethanol A kind of alcohol used to make medicines, food products, and various other items. Ethanol is a flammable liquid.
fermentation A chemical change in which an organism breaks down sugar to produce carbon dioxide and alcohol or lactic acid.
fungus/fungi (plural) Any of a large group of organisms that feed on dead organisms or that are parasitic. A mushroom is a fungus.
multicellular Made up of more than one cell. Some protists are multi- cellular.
plankton Organisms, generally microscopic in size, that float or drift in the ocean. Plankton is a source of food for fish.
protist Any of a large group of mostly single-celled, microscopic organisms. Amoebas and algae are protists.
protozoan Protists that have traits like those of animals. Some have a method of locomotion to obtain food; however, some do not move on their own.
saprophyte An organism that lives on dead or decaying material. Molds are saprophytes.
spore A reproductive cell that can develop into a new organism. Ferns and mushrooms produce spores.
Protists Chapter 8, Section 1. What is a Protist? One or many celled eukaryotic organism that lives in moist or wet surroundings. Remember, a eukaryotic.
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Protists. PROTISTS We have already learned about Bacteria and Viruses Now its time to study Protists MICROBES: 1.Viruses 2.Bacteria 3.Protists 4.?
PROTISTS AND FUNGI. Commonalities / Differences in the Protist Kingdom All are eukaryotes (cells with nuclei). Live in moist surroundings. Unicellular.
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