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Absorptive nutrition is when ____________.
a) Enzymes are secreted into the environment, breakdown material, the small molecules are absorbed into the fungi b) Lipids are secreted into the environment, breakdown material, the small molecules are absorbed into the fungi c) Carbohydrates are secreted into the environment, breakdown material, the small molecules are absorbed into the fungi d)
The difference between mycelium and hyphae is ______.
a) Mycelium is made up of many hyphae. b) Hyphae is made up of many mycellium. c) d)
Fungi cell walls and arthropods exoskeletons consist of this ______.
a) Chitin b) Cellulose c) Starch d)
Malaria needs a host because it lacks ________.
a) Motility b) Flagella c) Cilia d) Pseudopods
This protist is a mass of cytoplasm with many nuclei.
a) Slime molds b) Diatoms c) Protozoans d)
The relationship of trichonympha and termites is considered ________.
a) mutalistic b) commensalistic c) parasitic d)
These protists move by flagella.
a) Zooflagellates b) Slime molds c) Algae d) Pseudopodia
The steps of this cycle are: 1. insertion of DNA, 2. viral DNA overtakes cell machinery, 3. cell makes new virus particles, 4. cell lyses.
a) Lytic b) Lysogenic c) Meiosis d) Binary Fission
This is what it is called when bacteria take in DNA fragments from the environment.
a) Transformation b) Conjugation c) Binary Fission d) Budding
Bacteria are classified by:
a) Shape b) Cell Wall Structure c) Motility d) All choices
Gram positive bacteria _____.
a) Have a thick peptidoglycan cell wall. b) Have a thin peptidoglycan cell wall. c) Have a thick polypeptide cell wall. d) Have a thin polypeptide cell wall.
Gram negative bacteria turn ___________.
a) Pink b) Purple c) Red d) Blue
Archaea are considered to be __________.
a) Extremophile b) Lipophilic c) Hydrophilic d) Electrophile
Humans are more closely related to bacteria than archaea.
a) True b) False c) d)
Archaea, Eukaryota, and bacteria are collectively called ______?
a) Domains b) Kingdoms c) Phylums d) Orders
Spores of fungi are _______.
a) Haploid b) Diploid c) d)
Zygote fungi form ________.
a) Zygosporangium b) Ascus c) Basidia d)
Sac fungi form ________
a) Ascus b) Zygosporangium c) Basidia d)
Club fungi form _______.
a) Basidia b) Ascus c) Zygosporangium d)
The mutalistic relationship between fungi and algae is called ________.
a) Lichens b) Mycorrhizae c) Mold d) Ringworm
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