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This one celled organism is constantly combining with others of its kind to form colonies.
a) paramecium b) volvox c) euglena d) amoeba
What's it shape you ask? While that's a difficult question to answer.
a) paramecium b) volvox c) euglena d) amoeba
This one-celled organism makes food through photosynthesis and is known for its red eyespot
a) paramecium b) volvox c) euglena d) amoeba
To find these unicellular protists that exhibit animal-like behavior, you may want to look in moist or aquatic environments
a) protozoa b) bacteria c) fungus d) virus
If only it were larger, you could slip it on your foot and wear it as a shoe.
a) paramecium b) volvox c) euglena d) amoeba
In frozen ice you will not find many of these, as they most often live in liquid water.
a) microorganism b) unicellular c) multicellular d) protist
Humans are but one example of a living thing that has many cells.
a) microorganism b) unicellular c) multicellular d) protist
There are many living things that are only made of one cell.
a) microorganism b) unicellular c) multicellular d) protist
Some living things are too small for the human eye to see without a tool to magnify into view.
a) microorganism b) unicellular c) multicellular d) protist
Whatever habitat on Earth you explore, you are likely to encounter these prokaryotic microorganism
a) protozoa b) bacteria c) fungus d) virus
Eat your bread before it's too late or members of this group of eukaryotic microorganisms might beat you to it.
a) protozoa b) bacteria c) fungus d) virus
Though it's not living, it still has the power to reproduce when it invades a host cell.
a) protozoa b) bacteria c) fungus d) virus
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