5 Written questions
5 Multiple choice questions
- paramecium, amoeba, cilliates
- Single-celled consumers, also known as protozoa. There are four groups of animal- like protists.
- evolved from ancient bacteria about 2 billion years ago
- algae that invades another organism
- many reproduce asexually (or by binary fission) but some also do reproduce sexually such as Paramecium, and some even alternate the types of reproduction from one generation to the other.
4 True/False questions
Parasite → algae that invades another organism
Plantlike Protists. → Single-celled consumers, also known as protozoa. There are four groups of animal- like protists.
funguslike protists → Singled-celled producers/photosynthetic. (they all have chlorophyll)
phytoplankton → invade the body of another organism to obtain the nutrients they need