Type
Crossword
Description

An organism too small to see with the human eye Microorganism
Favorable or advantageous; resulting in good. Beneficial
Causing or likely to cause harm. Harmful
Single-celled organisms without an organized nucleus Bacteria
A sub-microscopic infectious agent that is able to grow or reproduce only within a host cell Virus
A single-celled or multi-celled organism with a simple biological structure Protist
an organism made of many cells that cannot make its own food and cannot move; a member of the kingdom Fungi: Many fungi, like mushrooms, live on dead plant or animal material. Fungus
A microscopic fungus consisting of single oval cells that reproduce by budding, and are capable of converting sugar into alcohol and carbon dioxide Yeast
To break down into nutrients. decompose
A fungus that grows in the form of multicellular filaments called hyphae. In contrast, fungi that can adopt a single-celled growth habit are called yeasts. ... The network of these tubular branching hyphae, called a mycelium, is considered a single organism. mold
A kind of single-celled organism in kingdom Protista able to move by itself AMOEBA
Individual microscopic organism with no nucleus prokaryotic
Having complex cells in which the genetic material is contained inside a nucleus eukaryotic

Kingdom Fungi Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A single, usually tubular, threadlike filament of a fungus. Hyphae
A mass of fungal hyphae. Mycelium
Simple, alga-like organism that is a member of the Phylum Chytridiomycota Chytrid
A delicate root- or root-hair-like structure of algae, fungi, the gametophytes of bryophytes, and certain structures of a few vascular plants; functions in anchorage and absorption but has no xylem or phloem. Rhizoids
A structure in which spores are produced; it may be the either unicellular or multicellular. Sporangia
The stalk on which a sporangium is produced. Sporangiophores
A reproductive cell or aggregation of cells capable of developing directly into a gametophyte or other body without uniting with another cell. Spores
Sac fungi Ascomycota
Mostly Ustilaginomcetes and can cause plant disease. Smut
Fingerlike hollow structures in which the fusion of two haploid nuclei is followed by meiosis. Asci
A widely distributed edible fungus that has a brown oval or pointed fruiting body with an irregular honeycombed surface bearing the spores. Morel
The fruiting body of fungus. Truffle
Disease resulting from consumption of goods made with flour containing ergot fungus. Ergotism
Club fungi Basdiomycota
Fungi Imperfecti or imperfect fungi Deuteromycota
Blue mold that is common on food. Penicillium
A condition in which certain fungi infect the tissue. Aspergillosis
Slow-growing plant that usually grows in branches on rocks, walls and trees. Lichen
Product of the union of two gametes. Zygomycota
An asexually produced fungal spore formed outside of a sporangium. Conidia

Microbiology Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The study of microorganisms microbiology
An organism that cause disease pathogen
A food made with the help of bacteria yoghurt
microorganisms used in the brewing and baking industry yeast
A harmless dose of a disease causing microbe vaccination
A protein produced by white blood cells in response to an antigen Antibody
Resistant to a disease immune
a human disease caused by a fungus Athletes foot
A fungal disease which caused the Great Irish Famine Blight
An organism that lives in or on another living thing Parasite
A chemical which kills bacteria and fungi but not viruses Antibiotic
Organisms which feed on the dead remains of living things decomposers
The use of living things to make a product Biotechnology
A term used to describe things which can only be seen by a microscope Microscopic
Composed of only one cell Unicellular
Microorganisms are found here Everywhere
Free from microorganisms Sterile
A condition needed for the growth of microbes Water
A substance which contains food needed for the growth of microbes Nutrient Agar
How bacteria reproduce Binary Fission

Milady 2016 Chapter 5 Infection Control: Principles & Practices Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

One-celled microorganisms having both plant and animal characteristics. Some are harmful and some are harmless Bacteria
Transmission of blood or body fluids through touching (including shaking hands), kissing, coughing, sneezing, and talking. Direct Transmission
Single-cell organisms that grow in irregular masses that include molds, mildews, and yeasts. Fungi
Transmission of blood or body fluids through contact with an intermediate contaminated object, such as a razor, extractor, nipper, or an environmental surface. Indirect Transmission
Invasion of body tissues by disease-causing pathogens. Infection
Nonscientific synonym for disease-producing organisms. Germs
Any organism of microscopic to submicroscopic size. Microorganism
Harmful microorganisms that enter the body and can cause disease. Pathogens
Organisms that grow, feed, and shelter on or in another organism (referred to as the host) while contributing nothing to the survival of that organism. Parasites
Various poisonous substances produced by some microorganisms (bacteria and viruses). Toxins
A submicroscopic particle that infects and resides in cells of biological organisms. Virus
Reaction due to extreme sensitivity to certain foods, chemicals, or other normally harmless substances. Allergy
A disease that is spread from one person to another person. Contagious Disease
The presence, or the reasonably anticipated presence, of blood or other potentially infectious materials on an item's surface or visible debris or residues such as dust, hair, and skin. Contamination
Condition in which the body reacts to injury, irritation, or infection. Inflammation

Taxonomy Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

a cell that contains free D.N.A prokaryote
a cell that contains a nucleus eukaryote
an organism that makes its own food autotroph
an organism that eats other organisms heterotroph
an organism that contains only one cell unicellular
an organism that contains multiple cells multicellular
a domain or kingdom that contains bacteria that lives in extreme envirenment archaea
a domain or kingdom that contains bacteria that live everywhere bacteria
a kingdom that contains eukaryotic microscopic organisms protista
a kingdom that contains mushrooms fungi
a kingdom that contains eukaryotic autotrophic organisms that are sexual or asexual plantae
a kingdom that contains eukaryotic heterotrophic organisms that reproduce sexually animalia
a taxonomic rank kingdom
highest taxonomic rank of organisms domain
an organism that had will or has life biotic
an organism that will NEVER have life abiotic
the most important part of a eukaryotic organism nucleus
the most important part of a prokaryotic organism free DNA
a way of reproduction that requires 2 sets of D.N.A sexual reproduction
a way of reproduction that requires only 1 set of D.N.A asexual reproduction

Protists & Fungi Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

organism that obtains its energy from abiotic sources, such as sunlight or inorganic chemicals Autotroph
short hairlike structures that cover some or all of the cell surface and help the organism swim and capture food. cilia
whiplike structure outside of a cell that is used for movement. flagella
spore-producing structure of a fungus that grows above ground. fruiting body
a vacuole in some protozoans that expels excess liquid on contraction. contractile vacuole
a plastid that contains chlorophyll and in which photosynthesis takes place. chloroplast
heavily pigmented region in certain one-celled organisms that apparently functions in light reception eyespot
Any of the single-celled or multicellular organisms whose cell contains a distinct, membrane-bound nucleus. eukaryote
a vacuole with a digestive function in the protoplasm of a protozoan. foodvacuole
each of the branching filaments that make up the mycelium of a fungus. hyphae
organism that obtains its energy and nutrients by consuming other organisms heterotroph
fungus that grows symbiotically with algae, resulting in a composite organism that grows on rocks or tree trunks. lichen
ecological relationship between two species in which each species gets a benefit from the interaction. mutualism
having or consisting of many cells. multicellular
an intermittent and remittent fever caused by a protozoan parasite that invades the red blood cells. The parasite is transmitted by mosquitoes in many tropical and subtropical regions. malaria
A ciliated channel found in certain protozoa and aquatic invertebrates down which food is directed into the mouth. oralgroove
eukaryote that is not an animal, plant, or fungus. protist
animal-like protist. protozoa
temporary extension of cytoplasm and plasma membrane that helps protozoa move and feed. pseudoped
a thin skin, cuticle, membrane, or film. pellicle
ecological relationship in which one organism ben- efits by harming another organism. parasitism
a minute, typically one-celled, reproductive unit capable of giving rise to a new individual without sexual fusion, characteristic of lower plants, fungi, and protozoans. spores
characterized by the formation or presence of a single cell or cells. unicellular
any of a group of unicellular, multicellular, or syncytial spore-producing organisms feeding on organic matter, including molds, yeast, mushrooms, and toadstools. fungi

FUNGI Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

WHAT IS ANOTHER NAME FOR SEXUAL REPRODUCTION IN RHIZOPUS STOLONIFER Conjugation
WHAT ARE SPORES FORMED BY IN REPRODUCTION? Mitosis
WHAT RESULTS IN THE FORMING OF TWO GAMETANGIA Zygote
NAME THE LIVING METHOD OF NUTRITION OF RHIZOPUS STOLONIFER parasitic
AERIAL HYPHAE GROWING HORIZONTALLY stolon
METHOD OF ASEXUAL REPRODUCTION IN YEAST BUDDING
A TYPE OF MUSHROOM FOUND IN SOUTH EAST ASIA DEATH CAP
WHICH IS A BENEFIT OF FUNGI PRODUCTION OF ANTIBIOTICS OR CAUSE OF ANIMAL DISEASE ANTIBIOTICS
NAME ANOTHER EXAMPLE OF FUNGI APART FROM RHIZOPUS STOLONIFER AND YEAST MUSHROOMS
A METHOD OF NUTRTION IN WHICH PROTEINS AND LIPIDS ARE PRODUCED Saprophitic
MASS OF HYPHAE mycelium
TRUE OR FALSE DOES FUNGI CONTAIN A NUCLEUS true
HOW MANY KINGDOMS ARE PRESENT IN TOTAL five
ANOTHER NAME FOR SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVECES YEAST

Kingdom Protist (a) and Animallike Protists Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The meaning in greek The very first
When did they first appear on earth? 1.5 billion years ago
What domain they belong to? eukarya
Are single-celled eukaryotes that share some traits with animals. Protozoa
Cell type? Eukaryote
A single-celled animal that catches food and moves about by extending finger like projections of protoplasm. Amoeba
Single-celled consumers. Animal like protists
Animal like protists are? heterotrophs
Eukaryotic organisms that cannot be classified as a plant, animal, or fungus. protists
The largest and most inclusive taxonomic categories. kingdom
A short, microscopic, hairlike vibrating structure. Cilium
Protists that produce spores, such as the toxoplasma. Sporozoans
A cell or organism with one or more whip-like organelles Flagellate
Where did the first protists come from? Lynn Margulis
Are generally able to absorb food through their cell membranes. zooflagellates
The number of cells in a protist? most unicellular

culinary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

a microscopic single celled or multicellular structure microorganism
a bacteria, virus, fungi, or parasite that can cause disease. pathogen
can not see or smell but do make you sick from getting into your system. bacteria
A biological agent that reproduces inside the cells of living hosts. virus
found in mushrooms, yeasts, and other food fungi
an organism that lives on or in another organism such as meat and can be consumed to chaste illness. parasite
an acronym that shows were pathogen's grow Fat Tom
The range of temperatures that is harmful for food to be in for more than four hours.(an acronym) tdz
food that has a greater risk to be harmful hazardous food
The maximum time food reaches when being left out four hours
after you consumer food and it takes a while to have symptoms of illness you have an... infection
after you consumer food and it doesn't take long to have symptoms of a foodborne illness intoxication
and immune system reaction that happens after eating a certain food food allergies
A symptom from a bad food allergy death
if physical item you have to keep away from your food chemicals
need to wear hats or other head where to keep this physical object out of your food hair

Microorganisms Puzzle Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

factors
partial product
product
power
exponent
prokaryote
archaea
microscope
single cell
multicellular organisms
contagious
beneficial
microbe
bacteria
virus
hygiene
reproduce
fungi
microorganism
organism

Protist and Fungi: Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

Disease which is characterized by severe chills, headache, fever, and fatigue Malaria
The ability to exist in two different forms dimorphism dimorphism
An asexual process in which part of a yeast cell pinches itself off to produce a small offspring cell budding
Large, rounded cytoplasmic extensions that function both in movement and feeding pseudopodia
Symbiotic structure formed by a fungus and plant roots mycorrhiza
The hyphae that anchor the mold to the surface of the bread and that penetrate the bread's surface rhizoids
A mat of hyphae that forms the body of a fungus mycelium
Single-celled or simple multicellular eukaryotic organisms that generally do not fit in any other kingdom protist
Sacs of ascocarp that develop at the tips of the eukaryotic hyphae asci
multiple copies of DNA that direct the cell's metabolism and development macronucleus
Unicellular algae that are free-living aquatic organisms. They form the base of nearly all marine and freshwater food chains phytoplankton
The production of light by means of chemical reaction in an organism, formed by some species of dinoflagellates bioluminescence
Single-celled gamete chambers where algae form gametes gametangia
A structure formed by fused gametangia, which contains many diploid nuclei zygosporangium
The mouth pore opens into this structure, which forms food vacuoles that move throughout the cytoplasm gullet
Short, hairlike cytoplasmic projections that line the cell membrane cilia
Hyphae that grow across the surface of bread stolons
Process where cells can recognize AMP and crawl toward it chemotaxis
Two individuals join and exchange genetic material storied in a small second nucleus conjugation
Smaller nucleus that participates in the exchange of genetic material during conjugation micronucleus
Autotrophic protists. They have chloroplasts and produce their own carbohydrates by photosynthesis, as plants do algae
Plantlike body position of a seaweed and its cells are usually haploid thallus
Polysaccharide that comes from the cell walls of red algae agar
Large nucleus that contains multiple copies of DNA that direct the cell's metabolism and development macronucleus
Tangled masses of filaments of cells molds