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  1. choanoflagellates
    closest protists relative to animals
  2. chlamydomonas, spirogyra, ulva
    clade virdiplantae
  3. giardia
  4. pfiesteria
  5. foraminiferans, radiolarians
    amoebas with shell or test made of sillica
  6. apical meristem
    when auxin is produced
  7. statoliths
    specialized plastid cells with starch grain in roots. as they fall, auxin accumulates, and cell growth is inhibited on that side
  8. chitin
    contained in cell walls of fungi
  9. saprophytic
    eat decaying matter. fungi
  10. sporangia
    spore producing structures in zygomycota
  11. basidia
    spore producing structures in basidiomycota
  12. ascocarp
    reproductive structures in ascomycota
  13. ascus
    produce spores in ascomycota
  14. cycads
    • part of gymnosperm group
    • mostly tropical
    • used for food and medicine
    • often confused with palms
  15. gnetophytes
    • gymnosperm group
    • some are very slow growing and can live 1000s of years
    • source of ephedra
  16. conifers
    • gymnosperm
    • 500 species- pines, firs
    • dier or coder climates
    • usually evergreen
    • thin waxy needles are adaptation to dry climate
    • anitfreeze containing sap
    • seeds develope in cones
  17. s
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