1. All of the following characteristics are true of fungi except:

    A. move with flagella
  2. Protozoans are:

    A. animal-like protists
  3.  A sarcodine is an animal-like protist that captures its food using:

    B. pseudopods
  4. Which type of algae can be both autotrophic and heterotrophic?

    C. euglenoids
  5. Budding is:

    B. a form of asexual reproduction
  6. Protists have all of the characteristics listed below except:

    B. prokaryote
  7. Unlike fungi, all funguslike protist are able to:

    A. move at some point in their lives
  8. An algal bloom in freshwater causes pond animals to die because of:

    B. lack of oxygen
  9. Red tides are dangerous because:

    B. the algae secretes toxins
  10. A type of unicellular plantlike protist with beautiful, glasslike cell walls is a:

    C. diatom
  11. Funguslike protists that sometimes creep together to form a multicellular mass that produces spores is a:

    C. slime mold
  12. A close relationship between two species in which both species benefits is called:

    A. mutualism
  13. Fungi produce spores in structures called:

    C. fruiting bodies
  14. When nutrients build up in ponds and lakes and cause an increase in the growth of algae, the process is called:

    C. eutrophication
  15. Freshwater protozoans use what organelle to pump excess water out of its body?

    B. contractile vacuole
  16. Giant kelp that form large underwater forests off the Pacific coast are examples of what type of algae?

    C. brown
  17. Hairlike projections from cells that move with a wavelike pattern are called:

    B. cilia
  18. Protozoans that usually live as parasites inside other organism are:

    A. sporozoans
  19. Plantlike protists are also known as:

    C. algae
  20. Branching, threadlike tubes that make up the bodies of multicellular fungi are called:

    B. hyphae
  21. The best description of how a fungi feeds is:

    C. their hyphae digest the food outside
  22. What two things can affect the level of nutrients in a lake?

    A. farmer's field and septic tank leakage
  23. Red tides are dangerous because of:

    B. toxins in fish and shellfish
  24. Fungi are beneficial in these ways:

    C. foods, medicines, and decomposers
  25. Two types of asexual reproduction in fungi are:

    C. budding and fruiting bodies
  26. Essay Question:  Describe what takes place during a red tide and why it is dangerous:
    A population of algae increases rapidly producing ______________________________________
  27. Give an example of symbiosis in protist or fungi and tell how each benefits:
    Lichen ______________________________________
  28. Describe how a fungus feeds:
    Fungus grows hyphae into _______________________________________
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Protist and Fungi Test