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Fungi, Protozoans, and Algae

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Mycelium
Mass of fungal hyphae
Hypha
Filament of a fungus
Filament
Chain of algae cells
Spore
asexual reproduction cell
Rhizoids
root like hyphae that anchor or attach fungus
Flagellum
long whip like structure used in movement
Pseudopodium
false foot, cytoplasm extension that aids in movement
Oral Groove
indentation on the side of a paramecium where food enters
Cilia
short hair like structures
Colony
group of cells that work together to perform different functions
Algae
Photosynthetic
Fungi
Decomposer of dead organisms
Algae
Produce most of the world's oxygen
Protozoans
Classified by type of movement
Algae
Classified by color, and body form
Fungi
Classified by type of reproductive structure
Algae and Protozoans
Most are aquatic (2)
Protozoans
most are unicellular
Fungi
Some are used to produce bread, and ferment alcohol
Algae
Some cause fish death when they bloom
Protozoans
Name means first animals
Fungi
many are edible and considered gourmet food
Algae
main producers of food in aquatic food chain
algae
The remains of some produce abrasives used in toothpaste and cleansers
Protozoans
cause the disease malaria
Fungi
Cause the disease athlete's foot
Fungi
Cause food to spoil and rot
Algae
used as a wrapper in the making of sushi
Algae
An extract of one is used to make agar to grow bacteria
Algae and Fungi
Lichens are composed of these two groups (2)
Protozoans
Some cause dysentery and sleeping sickness
Fungi
cause of ringworm
Fungi
cause of corn smut and wheat rust
Protozoans
Amoeba
Fungi
Mushroom
Algae
Spirogyra
Protozoans
paramecium
Fungi
morel
fungi
mold
algae
euglena
fungi
yeast
algae
volvox
fungi
truffles
protozoans
stentor
fungi
puffball
algae
diatom
algae
seaweed
algae
kelp