Chapter 11, Section 1 Animal-like Protists Question Preview (ID: 252)

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Animal-like protists
a) are also known as protazoa.
b) include amoebas and Paramecium.
c) may be either free-living or parasitic.
d) All the answers

Euglenas and ciliates have special structure called ___ that collects and removes excess water.
a) chloroplast
b) flagella
c) contractile vacuole
d) nucleus

Which animal-like protist causes malaria?
a) Giardia lamblia
b) Paramecium
c) Plasmodium vivax
d) Trypanosoma

Amoebas move with
a) pseudopodia.
b) flagella.
c) contractile vacuoles.
d) cilia.

The shape of an amoeba is
a) spherical.
b) spiral.
c) cylindrical.
d) changing constantly.

The word pseudopodia means
a) jellylike.
b) false feet.
c) whips.
d) propellers.

Amoebas capture their food by surrounding it with their
a) pseudopodia.
b) flagella.
c) contractile vacuoles.
d) cilia.

When an amoeba surrounds a bacteria or protists, it forms a
a) contractile vacuole.
b) food vacuole.
c) water vacuole.
d) lipid vacuole.

Bleeding ulcers can be caused by
a) euglenoids.
b) diatoms.
c) dinoflagellates.
d) amoebas.

Giardia lamblia lives in the digestive tract of humans and other vertebrates. It is a(n)
a) flagellate parasites.
b) amoeba.
c) symbiotic flagellate.
d) protozoa.

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