← Protists Review Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- List three (3) characteristics of the phylum Zoomastigina.
- African Sleeping Sickness
- Binary Fission
- 1. The type of chlorophyll and secondary pigments. 2. Method of food storage. 3. Composition of the cell wall.
- a What are three (3) criteria used to classify algae?
- b Reproductive cells that form without fertilization.
- c A disease caused by the bite of a TseTse fly; blood cells are destroyed which causes fever, chills, and rashes. Nerve cells can also be damaged.
- d 1. Animal-like protists that have one or two flagella. 2. They live in lakes and streams. 3. They reproduce asexually.
- e Most ciliates reproduce by _____ _____ ?
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Long, round bodies that can discharge a structure used for defense by the paramecium. (Paramecium use them)
- Plant-like protists that are green, have cellulose in their cell's walls, and contain chlorophyll. (Examples: Chlamydomonas, Ulva, Volvox.)
- An asexual process used by paramecia when under stress; this process allows them to exchange genetic material by attaching a cytoplasmic bridge.
- What causes malaria?
- Members of the phylum Sarcodina move by what?
5 True/False Questions
That the first eukaryotes evolved from a symbiosis of several cells. → What did Lynn Margulis hypothesize?
Flagella → Short hair-like projections used for feeding and movement.
Describe what Pyrrophyta do under stress. → Give off light when agitated by sudden movement - referred to as the "fire plants."
List all the characteristics of members of the phylum euglenophyta: → Unicellular. Found in fresh and salt water. Most contain chloroplasts and photosynthesize. Lack a cell wall. * Some can absorb dissolved nutrients; some can ingest other organisms. (Found in ponds and lakes)
Pumping out excess water out of the paramecia. → What are contractile vacuoles used for?