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Protists Quiz Review
What is the kingdom of eukaryotic organisms that live in moist environments?Kingdom Protista
What are the three main groups of protists?Animal-like Plant-like Fungus-like
What is another name for animal-like protists?Protozoans
Which group of animal-like protists use pseudopods or “false feet” to move?Sarcodines Amoeba
What is the group of animal-like protists whose members are propelled by hair-like cilia?Ciliates Paramecium
Protozoans that propel themselves with a whip-like structure are called _________.Zooflagellates
What is the group of protozoans that are almost all parasites?Sporozoans
Which human disease is caused by a protozoan and is transmitted by a mosquito?Malaria
An organism that can make its own food is called an __________.autotroph
Plant-like protists are commonly called ______.Algae
Which group of plant-like protists has flagella and an eyespot?Euglenoids Euglena
Which group of plant-like protists has 2-part glassy shells and is referred to as the “jewels of the sea?” Diatoms
Which group of plant-like protists causes red tides?Dinoflagellates
Dinoflagellates produce __________ or poisons that kill other organisms in the oceans.Toxins
What is the name of the whip-like tails of some protists?Flagella
What Euglenoid structure helps these organisms detect light?Eyespot
The shells of these protists are used as polishing agents in toothpaste.Diatoms
Which structures allow plant-like protists to make their own food?Chloroplasts
This extract from red algae is found in ice cream and hair conditioners.Carrageenan
__________ is a type of algal bloom that occurs in fresh water.Eutrophication
Which group of protists are eukaryotic and have a cell wall?Fungus-like Protists
___________ is the relationship between two organisms that live in close contact and at least one benefits. Symbiosis
__________ is a symbiotic relationship in which both species benefit.Mutualism
An organism that lives on or in a host and harms it is called a _______.Parasite
Which fungus-like protist produces a fruiting body that contains spores?Slime Mold
Which type of fungus-like protist caused the Irish Potato Famine?Water Mold
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