- Eukaryotic organism that cannot be classified as an animal , plant , or fungi
a "false foot" or temporary bilge of cytoplasm used for feeding and movement in some protozoans
Cell structure that collects extra water from the cytoplasm and then expels it from the cell.
hairllike projections in the outside of cells that move in a wavelike manner.
close relationship between two organisms in which at least one of the organism benefits.
Type of symbiosis in which both partners benefit from living together.
plant like protists
Chemical that produces color
Tiny cell that is able to grow into a new organism
--eukaryotes that have cell walls, are heterotrophs that feed by absorbing their food, and use spores to reproduce
--they need moist, warm places in which to grow. They thrive on moist foods, damp tree barks, lawns coated with dew, damp forest floors, and even wet bathroom tiles.
The branching, threadlike tubes that make up the bodies of multicellular fungi.
The reproductive structure of a fungus that contains many hyphae and produces spores.
A form of asexual reproduction of yeast in which a new cell grows out of the body of a parent.
The combination of a fungus and either an alga or an autotrophic bacterium that live together in a mutualistic relationship.
animal like protist
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