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A many-celled, plantlike protists that have chlorophyll and produce their own food; can be different colors, like Red, Green, Brown.
a) Algae
b) Cilla
c) Bacilli
d) Protist

A short, threadlike structures that stick out from the cell membrane and help the organism move quickly in any direction
a) Cilia
b) Protist
c) saprophyte
d) ascus

A long, thin whiplike structure that helps organisms move through moist or wet surroundings.
a) ascus
b) flagellum
c) Cilia
d) Fungi Tail

A one-celled or many-celled eukaryotic organism that lives in moist or wet places.
a) Bacteria
b) Protozoans
c) Protist
d) Hyphae

A little saclike reproductive structures in which sac fungi produce spores.
a) Ascus
b) Protist
c) Club Fungi
d) Hyphae

Ascus are little saclike reproductive structures in which sac fungi produce spores.
a) True
b) False
c) Was this a vocab word?
d) Wasn't this from last chapter?

A one-celled, animal-like protists that live in water or soil, or on living and dead organisms.
a) Protozoans
b) Algae
c) Basidium
d) Lichen

A temporary extensions of cytoplasm in some protists that help them move through their environment and get food.
a) Budding
b) Algae
c) Cilia
d) pseudopods

Club-shaped reproductive structures in which club fungi produce spores.
a) Mycorrhizae
b) Sporangium
c) Basidium
d) Lichen, you know Werewolves.

Mushrooms are examples of this type of Fungi.
a) Club Fungi
b) Zygote Fungi
c) Sac Fungi
d) It is not a fungus, it is a type of protist.

When Zygote Fungi sporangium splits open, hundreds of spores are released into the air.
a) True
b) False
c) Sometimes
d) Huh?

A network of hyphae and roots that helps plants absorb more of certain nutrients from the soil.
a) Sporangium
b) Basidium
c) Protozoans
d) Mycorrhizae

An organism made up of a fungus and either a green alga or a cyano-bacterium.
a) Hyphae
b) Cilia
c) Lichen
d) Spores

A many-celled, threadlike tubes that form the body of a fungus.
a) Lichen
b) Hyphae
c) Algae
d) Zygote

Budding is a form of asexual reproduction in which a new, genetically identical organism forms on the side of the parent organism.
a) True
b) False
c) Was I suppose to make a card for this?
d) Huh?

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