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Virus, Bacteria, Protist
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A non-living particle made of proteins, nucleic acids, and sometimes lipids. They cause many diseases in humans such as HIV and Zika
The protein coat that protects the nucleic acids of a virus
A virus that infects and replicates immediately
A virus that merges in with the cells DNA for a while before it attaccks.
Organism that provides a home for the virus
Virus or an organism that harms the host.
a type of hibernation that bacteria cells go into to withstand extreme conditions.
A unicellular organism that lacks a nucleus and membrane bound organelles
A rod shaped bacterium
A round shaped bacterium
A twisted/spiral shaped bacterium
An asexual form of unicellular reproduction in which the fully grown parent splits into two parts, producing two new cells
A form of sexual reproduction where the bacteria share DNA. This helps bacteria adapt and evolve
An algae that can be a heterotroph and autotroph
A "false foot" used for feeding and movement for some protists
Hairlike structures that used for movement
Long, whip like structures that are used for movement
A protist that has a pseudopod for feeding and locomotion
Heterotrophic protist that uses cilia and an oral groove to eat.
Structure used by protists to expel water
An organism that makes its own food using sunlight or chemicals.
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