Chapter 11 Section 1 Animal-like Protist Question Preview (ID: 270)

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When 2 Paramecium join together, exchange genetic material, divided to 4 organisms they are reproducing
a) sexually by conjugation.
b) sexually by internal fertilization.
c) asexually using the lytic cycle.
d) asexually by fission.

Both animal-like amoebas and plant-like Euglena reproduce
a) sexually.
b) by conjugation.
c) asexually by fission.
d) asexually using the lytic cycle.

Spore-forming protists
a) are all parasites.
b) all the answers.
c) have complicated life styles that usually involve 2 or more different hosts.
d) do not have cilia or flagella.

The functions of a ciliate's cell are controlled by the
a) cilia.
b) macronucleus.
c) micronucleus.
d) contractile vacuole.

A ciliate passes genetic material to another individual during sexual reproduction using its
a) cilia.
b) macronucleus.
c) micronucleus.
d) contractile vacuole.

The best known ciliate is
a) Giardia.
b) Paramecium.
c) Euglena.
d) Volvox.

The organism that lives in the guts of termites and digests the cellulose in the wood is an example of a
a) parasite.
b) host.
c) symbiotic flagellate.
d) producer.

You should not drink directly out of lakes because the water may contain __ that can cause diarrhea.
a) flagellate parasites
b) fungi
c) symbiotic flagellates
d) euglenoids

Paramecium reproduces sexually by ___.
a) conjugation
b) fission
c) budding
d) spores

Animal like protists are called ___.
a) algae
b) host
c) fungus
d) protozoa

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