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viruses, bacteria, protists, and fungi

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Active virus
does not need energy to grow
viruses
need to live in a host cell to reproduce
conjugation
two bacteria exchange genetic material
Endospore
a small, thick-walled resting cell that forms inside a bacterial cell
Decomposer
organism that breaks down the large chemicals in dead organisms into small chemicals.
flagellum
whiplike structure that helps a cell to move
Bacteriophage
a virus that attacks and destroys bacteria
eukaryotes
all protists are this
Euglenoids
can be heterotrophs under certain conditions
fungus like protist
Can move at some point in their life
contractile vacuole
structure that collects excess water and expels it from a cell
slime molds
creep together to form a mass multicellular mass
heterotroph
A ll fungi are these
Fruiting bodies
what fungi produces spores in
hyphae
One of the branching, threadlike tubes that make up the bodies of multicellular fungi
Mutualism
a form of symbiosis that benefits both species