Chapter 11, Section 1-A; Fungilike Protists Question Preview (ID: 247)

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You are walking in the woods and come across a log that looks like as if it has scrambled eggs all over it. The scramble eggs are actually a ___.
a) slime mold.
b) dinoflagellate.
c) green algae.
d) water mold.

In the late 1800s, the French wine industry was threatene when a ___ attacked the grapes.
a) slime mold
b) water mold
c) green algae
d) dinoflagellate

___ live on dead organic matter.
a) Parasites
b) Producers
c) Decomposers
d) Viruses

A parasite gets its nutrients from its ___.
a) spores
b) host
c) cells
d) nuclei

___ obtain their food from dead organic matter of the body of another organism.
a) Fungus like protists
b) Phytoplankton
c) Green algae
d) Producers

All protists are
a) eukaryotic.
b) consumers.
c) producers.
d) single-celled organism.

Organisms that invade the body of another organism to obtain the nutrients they need are called ___.
a) hosts
b) producers
c) parasites
d) viruses

Where would you most likely find a slime mold?
a) dry, warm places.
b) cold, dark places
c) sunny, hot places
d) cool, shady, moist places.

When growth conditions are unfavorable, a slime mold develops stalklike structures with rounded knobs at the top that contain
a) chloroplasts.
b) spores.
c) extra food.
d) extra water.

The Great Potato Famine was caused by a
a) slime mold.
b) dinoflagellate.
c) green alga.
d) water mold.

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