Viruses, Bacteria, Protists, And Fungi Review Part 1: Question Preview (ID: 22907)


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Conjugation is a form of
a) respiration. b) producing energy. c) sexual reproduction. d) asexual reproduction.
To survive in unfavorable conditions, some bacteria form
a) hyphae. b) vaccines. c) cytoplasm. d) endospores.
Which of the following is not a characteristic of an active virus?
a) multiplies quickly b) uses energy to grow c) destroys its host cell d) has an outer coat made of proteins
In order to multiply, a virus must
a) invade a host cell. b) remain hidden. c) manufacture extra food. d) conjugate with another virus.
Which of the following is a characteristic of all protists?
a) multicellular b) unicellular c) heterotroph d) eukaryote
Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of fungi?
a) eukaryotes b) makes its own food c) heterotroph d) reproduce with spores
Unlike other algae, euglenoids
a) can make their own food. b) can move from place to place. c) do not have pigments. d) can be heterotrophs under certain conditions.
Funguslike protists are able to
a) move at some point in their lives. b) make their own food. c) live in dry environments. d) capture food with pseudopods.
A type of unicellular plantlike protist with glasslike cell walls is a
a) water mold. b) diatom. c) ciliate. d) green alga.
Bacteria that break down large chemicals in dead organisms into small chemicals are called ____________________.
a) composers b) bacteriophages c) decomposers d) virus eaters
A(n) ____________________ is a whiplike structure that helps a bacterial cell move.
a) flugellum b) magellum c) contractile vacuole d) cillia
A virus that attacks and destroys bacteria is called a(n) ____________________.
a) decomposer b) flagellum c) bacteriophage d) sprilla
Fungi produce spores in structures called ____________________.
a) sprilla b) hyphae c) fruiting bodies d) bacilla
A freshwater protozoan uses its ____________________ to pump excess water out of its body.
a) contractile vacuole b) bacilla c) fruiting body d) hyphae
____________________ is a close relationship between two species in which both species benefit.
a) predatistism b) parasitism c) competative d) mutualism
____________________ are funguslike protists that sometimes creep together to form a multicellular mass.
a) brown algae b) slime molds c) fungi d) viruses
Giant kelp that form large “forests” off the Pacific coast are examples of ____________________.
a) brown algae b) green algae c) black molds d) slime molds
___________ viruses immediately take over a host cell’s functions.
a) Active b) Dormant c) Hidden d) Super-strength
Some diseases can be prevented with _____________.
a) antibiotics b) decongestants c) steriods d) vaccines
______________ are the branching, threadlike tubes that make up the bodies of multicellular fungi.
a) bacillia b) cillia c) hyphae d) flagella
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