Biology Ch. 15

Card Set Information

Author:
bogera
ID:
69857
Filename:
Biology Ch. 15
Updated:
2011-03-01 10:28:01
Tags:
Biology
Folders:

Description:
Biology Ch. 15
Show Answers:

Home > Flashcards > Print Preview

The flashcards below were created by user bogera on FreezingBlue Flashcards. What would you like to do?


  1. 4 Characteristics of Protists
    • Live wherever there is water
    • All are eukaryotic
    • Can be either unicellular or multicellular
    • Broken into groups based on how they obtain nutrition
  2. Animal-like portists

    A. Sporozoans
    B. Protozoans
    C. algae
    protozoans
  3. Move by extending lobes of cytoplasm

    A. Sarcodina
    B. Zooflagellates
    C. Ciliates
    D. Sporozoans
    sarcodina
  4. Example of a sarcodina

    A. paramecium
    B. trichonympha
    C. plasmodium
    D. amoeba
    amoeba
  5. Have one or more flagella for movement

    A. Sarcodina
    B. Zooflagellates
    C. Ciliates
    D. Sporozoans
    zooflagellates
  6. Example of a zooflagellate

    A. paramecium
    B. trichonympha
    C. plasmodium
    D. amoeba
    trichonympha
  7. Move by tiny hair-like structures called cilia

    A. Sarcodina
    B. Zooflagellates
    C. Ciliates
    D. Sporozoans
    ciliates
  8. Example of a ciliate

    A. paramecium
    B. trichonympha
    C. plasmodium
    D. amoeba
    paramecium
  9. Parasitic and lack structures for movement

    A. Sarcodina
    B. Zooflagellates
    C. Ciliates
    D. Sporozoans
    sporozoans
  10. Example of a sporozoan

    A. paramecium
    B. trichonympha
    C. plasmodium
    D. amoeba
    plasmodium
  11. Live in the gut of termites and help digest the wood

    A. trichonympha
    B. Trypanosoma
    C. Plasmodium
    trichonympha
  12. Infects both mosquitoes and humans; causes malaria

    A. paramecium
    B. trichonympha
    C. plasmodium
    D. amoeba
    plasmodium
  13. Plant-like protists

    A. Protozoans
    B. Algae
    C. Euglenoids
    algae
  14. Have thick cell walls made up of cellulose plates

    A. diatoms
    B. dinoflagellates
    C. Euglenoids
    dinoflagellates
  15. Population explosion of red pigmented dinoflagellates

    A. Red tides
    B. diatoms
    C. euglenoids
    Red tides
  16. Have glass-like cell walls containing silica

    A. Red tides
    B. diatoms
    C. euglenoids
    diatoms
  17. Resemble both algae and protozoans; make their own food and move with a flagella

    A. red tides
    B. diatoms
    C. euglenoids
    euglenoids
  18. Classified by color

    A. multicellular algae
    B. unicellular algae
    multicellular algae
  19. Live in deep water, movt live in warm tropical saltwater habitats

    A. green algae
    B. brown algae
    C. red algae
    red algae
  20. Grow mostly in cooler saltwater along rocky coasts

    A. green algae
    B. brown algae
    C. red algae
    brown algae
  21. Largest of all algae, have air bladders that cause leaf portion to float

    A. euglenoid
    B. kelp
    C. colony
    kelp
  22. Stucture that "anchors" kelp to the bottom

    A. colony
    B. bladders
    C. holdfasts
    holdfasts
  23. Life cycle that alternates between diploid and haploid generations

    A. Alternation of generations
    B. budding
    C. fission
    alternation of generations
  24. Group of cells that live together in close association

    A. colony
    B. kelp
    C. holdfasts
    colony
  25. Example of a colony

    A. volvox
    B. euglenoid
    C. kelp
    volvox
  26. Fungus-like protists

    A. protozoans
    B. algae
    C. molds
    molds
  27. The feeding stage of slime mold

    A. plasmodium
    B. kelp
    C. water mold
    plasmodium
  28. Decomposers in freshwater systems; some attack injured skin or gill tissue of fish

    A. plasmodium
    B. kelp
    C. water mold

What would you like to do?

Home > Flashcards > Print Preview