Chapter 7: Protists and Fungi: Review Guide
Like animals, animal-like protists are
Which structures allow sarcodines to move?
How are fungus like protists similar to fungi?
What characteristic do algae share?
What animal-like characteristic do euglenoids have?
The spores that funguslike protists produce
What characteristic do the cells of colonial algae and multicellular organisms share?
What might cause red tides?
When are red tides dangerous to humans?
The structures that make up the bodies of multicellular fungi are called
The appearance of a multicellular fungus depends on how
What do fungi have in common with plants?
What do fungi have in common with animals?
Where would fungi NOT thrive?
A fungus that is a parasite might feed on
The chemicals that ooze from the hyphae of a fungus into a food source
17. Fungi reproduce sexually when
18. What type of reproduction produces fungi that differ from a parent?
19. Which fungus is threadlike with loosely tangled hyphae?
20. Because of the shape of its spore-producing structures, a puffball fungus is a type of
21. Fungi are classified into groups depending on
22. A fungus-plant root association is an example of
23. What do yeast cells use as a food source in bread making and winemaking?
24. What bacteria-killing fungus did Fleming isolate in his 1928 experiment?
25. An ameba moves and feeds by forming temporary bulges of the cell membrane called ______________
26. Unlike fungi, all fungus like protists are able to ____________________ at some point in their lives.
27. Dinoflagellates and diatoms are examples of plantlike protists, which are commonly called __________.
28. The rapid growth of a population of algae in either a freshwater or saltwater environment is called a(n)
29. Red tides are dangerous when ____________________ produced by the algae become concentrated in
the bodies of organisms that eat the algae.
_________________ are often caused by algae that contain red pigments, which turn the water a red color.
30. The bodies of multicellular fungi are made up of branching, threadlike tubes called _________________.
31. One of the characteristics of fungi is that they use ____________________ to reproduce.
32. Yeasts differ from most other fungi because they are ____________________.
33. Athlete's foot is caused by a(n) ____________________ that feeds on chemicals in a person's skin.
34. Fungi that break down the chemicals in living host organisms are examples of ____________________.
35. A(n) ____________________ consists of a fungus and either an alga or autotrophic bacterium that live
together in a mutualistic relationship.
36. Wine is made by allowing yeast cells to turn the sugar in grapes into carbon dioxide and _____________
37. Spore-producing hyphae that grow out of a fungus are called ____________________.
38. Yeast cells undergo a form of asexual reproduction called ____________________.
39. Identify the two protists shown in the diagram, and tell whether each protist is animal-like, funguslike, or
40. Identify the structures labeled A in the diagram and describe their function.
41.Identify the structures labeled B in the diagram and describe their function.
42.Identify the structure labeled C in the diagram and describe its function.
43.State whether each protist shown in the diagram is a heterotroph, an autotroph, or both.
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44. What kingdom does the organism in the diagram belong to? What is the common name of this organism?
45. Last three characteristics that organisms in the same kingdom as the diagramed organism share.
46. Identify the structures labeled A in the diagram, and explain how they are used in feeding.
47. What function do spores serve, and how do they move from place to place?
48. List two ways that the organism in the diagram can be helpful to humans.