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Chapter 3 bacteria to plants

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protozoan
animal like protists that are able to move from place to place to obtain food heterotorphic
pseudopod
temporary bulges of the cell membrane that fill with cytoplasm
contractual vacuole
a structure that collects the extra water and then expels it from the cell
cilia
hairlike projections from cells that moce with a wavelike pattern
symbiosis
a close relationship where at least one of the species benifits
mutualism
type of symbiosis where both partners benifit by living together
spore
a tiny cell that is able to grow into a new organism
algae
a plantlike protist and an autotroph
pigment
chemicals that produce color
algal bloom
the rapid growth of a population of algae
red tide
saltwater algal blooms
eutrophication
the build up overtime of nutrients in freshwater lakes and ponds that leads to an increase in the growth of algae
hyphae
the branching thread like tubes that makeup the bodies of multicellular fungi
fruiting body
reproductive hyphae that grow out of a fungus
budding
unicellular yeast cells undergo a form of asexualreproduction no spores reproduced
lichen
consists of a fungus and either algae of autotrophic bacteria that is also living together in a mutualistic relationship
yeast
substance that causes bread to rise
two reasons for red tides
high nutrients and high tempurture
mushroom
cap stook hyphae gills
budding fruiting bodies
two ways fungi reprodce
provided energy to parisite
host
paramecium
two nuclei cilia to move
fungi enviroment
warm moist
bacteria and fungi do this
deocompose
four steps to fungi food
grow hyphae,ooz chemicals, breack down absorb
amoba
irregular shaped and use sutopods to move
type of earth used in toothpaste
diatomacious earth