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_____'s cell structire is :
no nucleus, ridige cell wall, may have a flegellum to get around
the cell size of a ______ is at largest period at the end of a sentence, smallest .05-1 micrometer
a sexualy, binary fission(requires 1 parent and offspring are identical to parent), conjugation (one bacterium transfer genetic material through a threadlike bridge)
how do bacteria reproduce
small round thick wall resting cell, enables bacteria to survive throught harsh conditions
what is an endospore
Involved in oxygen and food production, environmental recycling and cleanup and in health maintenance and medicine production.
what is bacterias role in nature
______ are eukaryotic, Unicellular or multicellular
Autotroph or heterotroph
All Live in moist surroundings
_____ like or protozoa are Heterotrophs
Move from place to place
Pseudopod-temporary bulge in cell
Cilia-hair like projections
Flagella-whip like appendages
Some are parasites
______ like -algae Autotrophs
Diatoms-unicellular glass like cell walls
Dinoflagellates-unicellular surrounded by stiff plates, can glow in dark
Euglenoids-fresh water algae
Red algae-multicellulare seaweeds
Green algae-unicell or multi
_____ like Heterotrophs
Have cell walls
Use spores to reproduce
Branching , threadlike tube that make up the bodies of multicellular fungi
Fungi grow hyphae into the food source
Digestive chemicals break down the food to be absorbed by the hyphae
fungi reproduce by
Fungi reproduce by making spores
They are lightweight surrounded by a protective covering
Reproductive structures are called fruiting bodies
Unicellular yeasts reproduce by budding
three mejor groupds of fungi
Fungi are decomposers and recyclers-break down chemicals in dead organisms
Food for people-yeast and mushrooms
Some cause disease-crops and humans
Some fight disease-penicillium
Symbiotic with other organisms-hyphae can grow with plant roots to help absorb water
role of fungi on earth
no seeds, tiny fungi that grow into fungi
what are the sifnificance of sopres in fungi reproduction
a big bacteria ate a little bacteria that had chlorophast, instead of digesting it, it made food
how do scientists think protists evolved
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