Protists & Worms Crossword

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Protists & Worms Crossword
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  1. An intacellular protozoan that infects the cells lining the small intestine
    Crytosporidium
  2. Host infected by the adult parasite which miltuiplies by sexual reproduction
    Definitive
  3. Class of immobile protozoans
    Sporozoa
  4. This alga is the source of agar
    Gelidium
  5. Having both male and female reproctive organ systems
    Hermaphorditic
  6. Macroscopic forms of algae
    Sea weeds
  7. Tapeworm infectins may occur due to the comsumption of inadequatelly cooked ______
    Beef
  8. Metabolically active stage of protozoans capable of reproduction
    Trophozottes
  9. Round worms with hook-like mouth parts for attachment to the intestinal wall
    Hookworms
  10. Hookworm infections occur when these immature forms penetrate the skin, generally between the toes
    Larvae
  11. Algae are capable of this method of metabolism
    Photosynthesis
  12. Disease caused by protozoan infection of the liver and red bllod cells
    Malaria
  13. Host infected with the immature stages of parasite which miltiply asexual reproduction
    Intermediate
  14. Sporozoa that parasites a viable host cell
    Intercellular Parasite
  15. Mouth-like opening on some protozoans
    Cytosome
  16. A motile algae
    Dinoflagellate
  17. Class of flatworms
    Platyheminthes
  18. Protozoans that can be transmitted by inhaling dust of cat feces
    Toxoplasma
  19. Protozoans made of nutrition
    Ingestion
  20. Intestinal protozoan that adheres to the intestinal wall by means of an adhesive disc
    Giardia
  21. plant-like protists
    Algae
  22. This characteristics is used to classify the algae
    Color
  23. Protozoan that causes a sexually transmitted disease
    Trichomonas
  24. Slime molds made of nutrition
    Absorption
  25. Fungal-like protozoans
    Slime molds
  26. The rapid mituiplication of algae in water when optimal conditions exist
    Algae Bloom
  27. Class containing the tapeworms
    cestodes
  28. Dinflagellates may cause ______ _______ poisoning
    Paralytic Shellfish
  29. The 'head' of the tapeworm
    Scolex
  30. Flat, leaf-like worms
    Flukes
  31. Reproductive structures produced by tapeworms
    Eggs
  32. Class of protozoansmotile by cilia
    Ciliata
  33. Flatworms consisting of a scolex and a body of flattened segments
    Tapeworms
  34. Characteristic used to classify the protozoans
    Motility
  35. Flattened segment forming body of tapeworm
    Proglottid
  36. This mosquito transmitted malaria
    Anopheles
  37. Having seperate sexes
    Dioecious
  38. The protists and worms are formed of ______ cells
    Eukaryotic
  39. Protozoans that canmove by means of pseudopodia
    Amoeba
  40. INgestion of this soluble protein produced by algae causes paralytic shellfish poisoning
    Toxin
  41. Small, round, dormant, resistant stage produced by protozoans
    Cysts
  42. Trichinosis maybe contracted by eating inadequately cooked ______
    Pork
  43. Class of protozoans with flagella
    Mastigophora
  44. Class of roundworms
    Aschelminthes
  45. Class containing flukes
    Trematodes
  46. Illness caused by Balantidium coli and the intestinal amoeba Histolytica
    Dysentery
  47. Animal-like protists
    Protozoans
  48. Protozoans that can infect the fetus in utero
    Toxoplasma
  49. Roundworms parasitizing the large intestine that lay eggs on the skin in the perianal region
    Pinworms
  50. The Anopheles mosquito that transmits malaria
    Female
  51. Algae, protozoans and slime molds are classified in this kingdom
    Protists
  52. Class of protozoans containing amoeba
    Sarcodina
  53. Consition occurring the ocean or gulf due to an algae bloom of Gonyaulax
    Red Tide

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