The group of protists characterized by chloroplasts, photosynthesis and a cell wall.
Called the "plant-like" protists.
singlular for algae
The top of a mushroom.
The process of alternating the areas of the cell membrane that bulge in and out, forming pseudopods and causing amoebas to move about in their environments.
The carbohydrate that makes up the cell walls of Fungi.
Hundreds or more single cell organisms massed together in the same area often appearing as one single organism but each cell functions independently.
The form of sexual reproduction that paramecium perform.
A long "string" of algae cells that are connected to one another end to end.
A type of asexual reproduction in which filaments break into two or more smaller filaments and continue to reproduce by mitosis.
The process of a seed or spore sprouting and growing into a new organism.
The slits in the underside of a mushroom, where spores are produced.
The basic cell that all Fungi are made up of.
A symbiotic relationship between a species of Fungi and a species of algae.
The physical structure of a fungus (not a plant)
The layer of small and microscopic organisms living in the sea and fresh water.
Single and "simple" multi-cellular eukaryotic organisms.
The group of protists characterized by no cell walls and no chloroplasts that have to ingest other organisms to obtain their energy.
Call the "animal-like" protists.
The name for decomposers, meaning they obtain their nutrients by eating dead organic material.
The group of protists characterized by obtaining their nutrition by decomposing dead organisms.
Also called the "fungus-like" protists.
The asexual reproductive structures of Fungi.
The single-cell structure used by Fungi to reproduce asexually.
The "stem" of a mushroom.
Mold hyphae that run along the surface of the bread.
A relationship in which two organisms live closely together, and each organism benefits from the presence of the other.
Unicellular Fungi which live in moist environments.