Protists Study Guide

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  1. What two characteristics do all protists share:

    A. they are eukaryotes and live in deserts
    B. they are eukaryotes and live in moist surroundings
    C. they are not eukaryotes and live in moist surroundings.
    D. they are not eukaryotes and live in deserts
    B.

    they are eukaryotes and live in moist surroundings
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  2. What is a eukaryote?

    a. an organism with a nucleus
    b. an organism without a nucleus
    c. an organism that cannot reproduce
    d. an organism that cannot live in sunlight
    a
  3. Which of the following is NOT one of the three categories into which protists are divided?

    A. mineral-like protists
    B. plant-like protists
    C. animal-like protists
    D. fungus-like protists
    A.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  4. Animal like protists are called protozoans.

    True
    False
    True
  5. Animal like protists are not able to move from place to place on their own.

    True
    False
    False

    They are able to move on their own.
  6. Animal-like protists are...

    a. homotrophs
    b. heterotrophs
    c. geotrophs
    b
  7. Protozoans are...

    a. unicellular
    b. multi-cellular
    c. have no cellular structure
    a
  8. Which of the following is NOT a type of protozoan?

    a. protozoans with pseudopods
    b. protozoans with cilia
    c. protozoans with cardia
    d. protozoans with flagella
    e. protozoans that do not fit into the other categories
    c
  9. Pseudopod means...

    a. real foot
    b. no foot
    c. little foot
    d. false foot
    e. big foot
    d
  10. The type of motion that exists when the cell membrane bulges and cytoplams flows the bulge is motions using

    a. a flagella
    b. cilia
    c. a pseudopod
    d. cell transference
    c
  11. When a protozoan moves with a pseudopod it does so to...

    a. move to a new neighborhood
    b. surround and absorb food
    c. move into the sunlight for photosynthesis
    d. move out of the sunlight to avoid getting sunburn
    b
  12. Protozoans with cilia are called...

    a. ciliates
    b. ciliums
    c. ciliotists
    d. cilicates
    a
  13. Cilia are hairlike strutctures used for motion.

    True
    False
    True
  14. Protozoans with cilia move in a _____________ pattern.

    a. wavelike
    b. sine like
    c. rail like
    d. snail like
    a
  15. A paramecium can only produce by conjugation.

    True
    False
    False

    Paramecium can reproduce asexually by vinary fission and sexually by conjugation.
  16. Paramecium are...

    a. zooflagellates
    b. ciliates
    c. pseudopods
    b
  17. Protozoa with flagella are...

    a. zooflagellates
    b. neoflagellates
    c. retroflagellates
    d. semiflagellates
    a
  18. Protozoans that move using long whip like structures are called...

    a. zooflagellates
    b. cilates
    c. pseudopods
    a
  19. Most ____________ live inside bodies of organisms.

    a.  ciliates
    b. zooflagellates
    c. pseudopods
    b
  20. A relationship between two species in which at least one of the species benefits is called _____________?

    a. mutalism
    b. symbiosis
    c. evolution
    b
  21. A relationshiop between two species in which both species benefits is called ______________?

    a. mutalism
    b. symbiosis
    c. evolution
    a
  22. A heterotroph has a cell wall and uses spores to reproduce

    True
    False
    True
  23. A fungus like protist is a ___________________.

    a. homotroph
    b. heterotroph
    c. monotroph
    d. duotroph
    b
  24. Unlike fungus, a fungus like protist is NOT able to move at some point in their lives.

    True
    False
    False

    At some point a fugus like protist CAN move.
  25. Which of the following is NOT a fungus like protist:

    a. water molds
    b. paramecium
    c. downy mildews
    d. slime molds
    b
  26. Plant like protists are_______________.

    A. geotrophs
    B. autotrophs
    C. homotrophs
    D. heterotrophs
    B.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  27. Plantlike protists are commonly called ____________?

    a. moss
    b. lichens
    c. algae
    d. leaves
    c
  28. Most of the oxygen in the atmosphere is produced by algae.

    True
    False
    True
  29. Which of the following is NOT one of more familiar forms of algae...

    a. blue
    b. green
    c. brown
    d. red
    a
  30. A rapid growth of algae, called an algal bloom, is more commonly called a ____________ tide.

    a. blue
    b. green
    c. black
    d. red
    e. brown
    d
  31. Red tides produce a ________ that can kill sea life if it is eaten.

    a. slime
    b. toxin
    c. flower
    d. seed
    b
  32. ________________ is the process by which nutrients such as nitrogen and phosphorus build up in a lake or pond overtime causing and increase in algae growth.

    a. nitrification
    b. phosphorization
    c. eutrophication
    d. mastication
    c
  33. Nitrogen and phosphorus often make their way into water through chemical runoff after a rain.

    True
    False
    True
  34. Can the rapid growth of algae only occur in salt water?

    Yes
    No
    No

    Rapid growth of algae can also occur in fresh water.
  35. What happens when algae rapidly grows in fresh water?

    A. organisms living under the water thrive
    B. sunlight decreases underwater and most organisms underwater die.
    C. fish have more food to eat
    D. the water becomes cleaner
    B.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)

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