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a single-celled organism of the kingdom Protista, such as a protozoan or simple alga. protist deffonition
a bacterium, virus, or other microorganism that can cause disease. pathagen deffonition
autotrophs what do protist eat
photosynthetic what do pathogens eat
asexually how do protist reproduce
bacteria, Viruses, and Fungi type of pathogen
binary fission how do pathogens reproduce
flagella and cilia how do protist move
Pathogen attack on plants is achieved by mechanical force, chemical activity or by a combination pathogens attack
engulfing their prey with their bodies or via animal-like mouth structures how do protist eat
hot sulfur springs where pathogens live
RAW FOOD, especially meat, poultry, eggs, shellfish, dairy products and rice. where do pathogens come from
evolved from prokaryotes where do protist come from
in water, in moist terrestrial habitats where do protist live
is spread is through personal contact, sharing needles, and saliva how is pathogens spread


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Virus, Bacteria, Protista, and Fungi Crossword


Fungi use these to reproduce. Spores
Used to make antibiotics for bacterial infections. Fungi
Viruses use this to reproduce. Host
Viruses are made of this coat and DNA. Protein
Viruses are non- ____________. living
These break down dead materials. Decomposers
Means round. Coccus
Means rod-like. Bacillus
Move with cilia. Pacamecium
The three groups of protists include: this, algae, and fungus-like. Protozoans
Move with flagellum. Euglena
Eye spots sense what? Light
Means fase-foot. Pseudopod

Diseases and Disorders Crossword


Illnesses cause by many factors Disease
any agent that casues a disease pathogen
Prokaryotic organisms that cause infections Bacteria
Medicines that can be used as treatment for bacterial diseases Antibiotics
Nonliving things that attack cells and make them reproduce their illness Virus
Viruses inject their _____ for cells to reproduce and infect others DNA
Injections that can help prevent viral infections Vaccinations
Poisonous substances created by plants (poison ivy), animals (rattlesnakes), or improperly prepared or stored food Toxins
_________________ disorders are passed down from our parent's genes Genetic
Soaps and cleaners that prevent the spread of germs Disinfectants
Diseases that can be passed (caught) from person to person Communicable
Diseases that can't be caught (passed from person to person) Noncommunicable
Diseases that are easily passed from person to person Contagious
Protection from getting a disease Immunity
Proteins in our bodies that recognize pathogens and protect us from them antigens

Infection Control Vocabulary Crossword


the absence of bacteria, viruses and other microorganisms asepsis
the use of a chemical agent or solution to destroy pathogens chemical disinfection
the presence of an infectious agent on a body surface or clothing, bedding and surgical instruments contaminated
free from bacteria or other living microorganisms sterile
a specified area such as within a tray that is considered to be free of microorganisms sterile field
a medical device that uses temperature and steam to sterilize surgical instruments autoclave
guidelines recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for reducing risk of transmission standard precautions
personal protective equipment such as gloves and masks PPE
the process of destroying all microorganisms and their pathogenic products sterilization
the process of destroying all bacteria disinfection
a substance that inhibits the growth and development of microorganisms antiseptics
a route in which a pathogen can enter a susceptible host portal of entry
the conveyance of a disease from one person to another person or object transmission
a pathogen that causes a disease such as virus, parasite or bacterium causative agent
an area for a pathogen to live and develop reservoir
acquired or occurring in a hospital nosocomial
requires oxygen to live aerobic
can live and develop without oxygen anaerobic
human immunodeficiency virus HIV
acquired immune deficiency syndrome AIDS
hepatitis b virus HBV
organisms invisible to the naked eye microorganisms
a bacterium, virus or other microorganism that can cause disease pathogens
a microorganism that cannot cause disease nonpathogens
a disease that can transmitted communicable disease
a route where a pathogen can leave its host portal of exit
infection risk susceptible host

Infectious Diseases Crossword


What type of pathogen is HIV? Virus
What type of pathogen is Measles? Virus
What type of pathogen is TMV? Virus
What type of pathogen is Salmonella? Bacteria
What type of pathogen is Gonorrhoea? Bacteria
What type of pathogen is Rose Black Spot? Fungal
What type of pathogen is Malaria? Protist
What type of organism does Salmonella affect? Guts
What type of organism does Malaria affect? Liver
What type of organism does Rose black spot affect? Leaves
What type of organism does Measles affect? Skin
Does HIV have a treatment? No
How many days does Salmonella usually last? Seven
How is Gonorrhoea spread? (2) Sexualcontact
What is a treatment for Measles? vaccinations
How is Gonorrhoea treated? Antibiotics

Microorganism crossword puzzle


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

Chapter 19 Crossword


The kingdom most diverse of all six kingdoms Protists
Protists are ______ Eukaryotes
The animal-like protists are all unicellular heterotrophs known as _____ Protozoans
Protists can be grouped into three types - animal-like, fungi, _____ Plantlike
The kingdom _____ is the most diverse of all six kingdoms. Protista
Protists can be grouped into three general types- animal- like, _________, and fungi Plant-like
Amoebas move and change their body shape by forming extensions of their plasma membranes called ________ Pseudopodia
amoebas use _________________ ___________ to pump out excess water from their cytoplasm Contractile vacuoles
most amoebas reproduce by __________ ____________ in which a parent produces one or more identical offspring by dividing into two cells. Binary fission
one group of protozoans are called _________ because they move by whipping one of more flagella from side to side Flagellate
a paramecium moves by beating thousands of hairlike _________ cilia
when food supplies are low, paramecia may reproduce by undergoing a form of ____________ conjugation
parasitic protozoans called __________ live inside their hosts and may reproduce by means of a spore sporozoans
malaria is caused by protozoans of the genus_________ Plasmodium
the insect that is responsible for transmitting malaria-causing protozoans to humans is the _________ Mosquito
without sexual feeling or association asexual
if a protist contains chlorophyll it will obtain food by ____________ Photosynthesis
cilia are ____________ structures hair-like
euglena Move using _________ flagellum
Paramecium move using ____________ cilia

Protist Vocabulary Crossword


A whip-like structure that propels the euglena Flagellum
A type of organism that doesn't make its own food Heterotroph
The volvox is this only ___________ protist organism Multicellular
Tiny hair projections on the Paramecium Cilia
'False Foot' Pseudopod
It has many flagella Volvox
The opposite of #2 Autotroph
An organism made up of one cell Unicellular
It can be a deadly brain eating protist Amoeba
Also known as a protozoan Protist
An protist that is autotrophic and heterotrophic Euglena

Bacteria and Viruses Crossword


Element or compound organisms use to make protein. nitrogen
NOT a common shape for a virus. square
Viruses attack and destory these. cells
Vaccines trigger the production of ___________. antibodies
Bacteria reproduce asexually through ___________. fission
The process that involves the combining of two bacteria and the transfer of DNA is called __________. conjugation
A bacterium can become dormant if conditions become unfavorable by use of a(n) __________. endospore
Most bacteria are _____________. beneficial
Conversion of nitrogen into a usable form is known as ____________. nitrogen fixation
One celled organisms without membrane-bound organelles. bacteria
Organisms that produce disease. pathogens
Allows bacteria to move. flagellum
Helps bacteria stick to surfaces. pili

Chapter 19 Test Crossword


The type of reproduction in which a single parent produces one or more identical offspring by dividing into two cells; how amoebas reproduce Asexual Reproduction
Photosynthetic, plant-like, autotrophic protists Algae
Short hairlike projections that usually aid locomotion ciliate
Group of unicellular or multicellular organisms that live together in a close association Colony
Protists with one or more flagella Flagellates
Reproductive cell with a hard outer coat that forms a new organism without the fusion of gametes Spore
Unicellular, heterotrophic, animal-like protist Protozoan
Cytoplasm-containing extensions of the plasma membrane; aid in locomotion and feeding Pseudopodia
The mass of cytoplasm that contains many diploid nuclei but no cell walls or membranes Plasmodium
The diploid form of an organism in alternation of generations that produces spores Sporophyte
Group of parasitic protozoans of the phylum Sporozoa that reproduce by spore production Sporozoans
Body structure produced by some plants and some other organisms that lacks roots, stems, and leaves Thallus
Type of asexual reproduction algae where an individual breaks into pieces and each piece grows into a new individual Fragmentation
Haploid form of an organism in alternation of generations that produces gametes Gametophyte
Contains the most diverse organisms of all the kingdoms Kingdom Protista
The characteristic that all protists share is that they are all ________ Eukaryotes
Protists can cause diseases such as ________ Malaria
Organisms that spreads Malaria Mosquitos
Amoebas feed on small organisms such as ________ Bacteria
Help pump out excess water from paramecium Contractile Vacoules
Where wast materials leave a paramecium cell Anal Pore
Approximately ________ people have Malaria 300 Million
About 8000 members of the protist phylum________ are known as ciliates Ciliophora
The phylum________ consists of protists called Flagellates Zoomastigina