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Aunt Polly Always Enjoys Pretty Flowers
Mnemonic Phrase to remember "Animal", "Plant", "Archaebacteria", "Eubacteria", "Protists", "Fungi"
3 shapes of bacteria
1. Rod-Like (Twinkie)
2. Spherical or Round (Skittles)
3. Spiral (Curly Fries)
Kingdom of unicellular prokaryotes that live in harsh, extreme environments.
Kingdom of unicellular prokaryotes that live everywhere.
Asexual reproduction in bacteria or protozoans is called this. The offspring are genetically identical to the parent.
Sexual reproduction in bacteria or protozoans is called this. The offspring are genetically different from the parents.
a new cell formed within a bacteria cell when conditions are not right.
Medicine or chemical used to kill bacteria.
The "Junk Drawer" or "Odds and Ends" Kingdom
3 types (categories) of Protists. Also name the AKA's.
1. Animal-Like (AKA: Protozoans)
2. Plant-Like (AKA: Algae)
Autotrophic unicellular protist that can live in colonies
Heterotrophic unicellular protist that can move.
4 ways that protozoans can move
1. Flagella (Tail-Like Structure)
2. Cilia (Little Hairs)
3. Pseudopods (False Foot)
A common organism that moves with pseudopods
A common animal-like protist that moves with cilia
A common animal-like protist that moves with flagella
Another name for a pseudopod protist
Heterotrophic Protist that reproduces using spores
Common fungi-like protists
Slime Mold & Mildew
Multicellular heterotrophic kingdom that reproduces using spores and commonly is a decomposer.
5 types of Fungi
1. Sac Fungi
2. Club Fungi
3. Zygote Fungi
4. Imperfect Fungi
Threadlike tubes or filaments that make up the fungi structure.
The part of the fungi that produces the spores
The tiny seed-like structures released by fungi that grow into identical fungi organisms.
When small Yeast cells grow from the body of the parent cell then break off independently.
Example(s) of Sac Fungi
Yeast, Morels, Truffles
Example(s) of Club Fungi
Example(s) of Zygote Fungi (grows fuzzy stalks)
Breadmold, Fruit Mold
Example(s) of Imperfect Fungi
Ringworm, Athletes foot
A combination of a fungus and an autotrophic organism that live in a mutualistic symbiotic relationship.
Tightly compacted hyphae that form stems and fruiting bodies of fungi.
Another name for Bacteria
A tail-like structure that some bacteria and protists use for movement.
Little hair-like structures that some protozoans use for movement.
A "foot"-like structure (False Foot) that some protozoans use for movement.
The name given to all protozoans that move with a pseudopod.
The name given to all protozoans that move with cilia.
The name given to all protozoans that move with flagella.
The name given to all parasitic protozoans.
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