a type of protist that makes its own food
What characteristic of protists means that their cells have a nucleus
What do protists NOT have that other eukaryotic organisms have
What process do single-celled protists use in asexual reproduction to make more than two offspring from one parent?
an organism that cannot make its own food
a tiny, hairlike structure that allows some protozoans to move
this organelle helps to regulate water in and out of protozoans
The term used to describe the finger-like extensions that help amoebas to move. It also means "false-foot"
a protist that invades another organism to get the nutrients it needs
an organism invaded by a parasite seeking nutrients
algae that get their color from chlorophyll, the main pigment in their cells
free-floating single-celled algae that produce most of the world's oxygen
Most of the world’s seaweeds are what type of protist producer
The largest of the algae, this organism can be several meters long and lives in the ocean.
brown algae or kelp
an organism with a shell containing a glasslike substance called silica
What do chloroplasts do?
capture energy from the sun
What process do some protists use to make their own food?
type of organism makes its own food
Fungi are heterotrophs that break down dead organic materials, they are known as...
Name of the process where amoebas engulf their food by surrounding it with psudopods
When hyphae grow together in a twisted mass, what do they form?
What is produced during asexual reproduction that can be easily spread by the wind?
a fungus that looks like wool or cotton
a threadlike fungal filament
hypha or hyphae
a combination of a fungus and an alga