protists & fungi

  1. Which is NOT a characteristic of protists?:

    * unicellular
    * multicellular
    * prokaryote
    * heterotroph
  2. Protozoans are:

    *fungus-like protists
    *animal-like autotrophs
    *plantlike fungi
    *animal-like protists
    animal-like protists
  3. Budding is:

    *a form of asexual reproduction
    *the growth of a fruiting body
    *the production of hyphae
    *the formation of a pseudopod
    a form of asexual reproduction
  4. Why are red tides dangerous?:

    *algae uses up oxygen & animals die
    *some algae feed on tissues of fish
    *algae prevents sun from getting
    to plants
    *toxins are concentrated in sea creatures
    toxins are concentrated in sea creatures
  5. Which is not a characteristic of fungi?:

    *reproduce with spores
    *move with flagella
    move with flagella
  6. Unlike fungi, all funguslike protists are able to:

    *make their own food
    *secrete toxins
    *move at some point in their lives
    *live in symbiotic relationships
    move at some point in their lives
  7. Which group of animal-like protists captures food using pseudopods?

  8. In a freshwater algal bloom, pond animals may die because of:

    *lack of sunlight
    *lack of oxygen
    *algal toxins
    *decrease in bacteria
    lack of oxygen
  9. Unlike other algae, euglenoids ____:

    *can make their own food
    *can move from place to place
    *do not have pigments
    *can be heterotrophs under certain
    can be heterotrophs under certain conditions
  10. A _____ is a unicellular plantlike protist with beautiful, glasslike cells walls.:

    *water mold
    *green algae
  11. What is the close relationship between two species in which both benefit?

  12. What does a freshwater protozoan use to pump out excess water from its body?:

    *contractile vacuole
    contractile vacuole
  13. In the process of _______ , nutrients build up in lakes/ponds, causing an increase in algae.:

    *red tide
  14. Fungi produce spores in structures called:

    *fruiting body
    *contractile vacuoles
    fruiting body
  15. What do we call the funguslike protists that sometimes creep together to form a multicellular mass that produces spores?:

    *slime molds
    slime molds
  16. What are the hairlike projections on cells that move in a wavelike pattern?:

  17. Giant kelps in the ocean are examples of ____:

    *green algae
    *blue algae
    *brown algae
    *seaweed forests
    brown algae
  18. The branching, threadlike tubes that make up the bodies of multicellular fungi are called ___________ :

  19. Plantlike protists are also known as ___:

    *water molds
  20. How does fungus eat?

    *they don't need to eat
    *they grow hyphae into a food &
    inject digestive chemicals
    *they surround food with a pseudopod
    *they make their own food
    they grow hyphae into a food and inject digestive chemicals
  21. What are the protozoans that usually live as parasites inside other organisms?

    *downy mildews
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protists & fungi
Protists & Fungi