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Protists Word Search

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flagella
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protists

Ecosystems Word Search

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carbon
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Decomposers
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Unicellular Organisms Word Search

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algae
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WHAT ARE PROTISTS? Word Search

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PROTISTS
PROTOZOAN
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PARAMEDIUM
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KINGDOM PROTISTA
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Ecosystems Word Search

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Abiotic
Autotrophs
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Carbon cycle
Carrying capacity
Coexist
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Protist and Fungi Crossword Puzzle

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Description

Single-celled or uncomplicated multicellular eukaryotic organisms that usually do not categorize into any other kingdom. Protists
Big, rounded cytoplasmic extensions that operate both in movement and feeding. Pseudopodia
Autotrophic protists. Algae
Some species of Dinoflagellates that undergo the creation of light by means of a chemical reaction. Bioluminescence
Flagellated unicellular algae in the phylum Euglenophyta. Euglenoids
Sporozoans that have been released from the oocyst and are ready to invade a new host cell. Sporozoites
The infective stage of the plasmodial life cycle, when it corrupts the red blood cells of the host organism. Merozoites
Merozoites in the blood cells that advance into the sexual forms of the parasite. Gametocytes
A sticky polysaccharide that covers the cell walls of certain species of red algae. This is also used in the food industry to manipulate the texture of many food products. Carrageenan
A gel-like polysaccharide compound used for culturing microbes. It is derived from certain red algae. Agar
In prokaryotes and protists, the movement approaching or away from a chemical stimulus, like the migration toward food or away from a toxin. Chemotaxis
Fungi that develop in the form of a disordered mass of filaments. Molds
Small, unicellular fungi whose colonies are similar to that of bacteria. Yeasts
A sexual reproductive construction that includes a nucleus of a mating type. Gametangium
In members of the phylum Zygomycota, a sexual structure that is made by the blend of two gametangia and that has one or more zygotes that emerged from the fusion of gametes produced by the gametangia. Zygosporangium
A symbiotic partnership between fungi and plant roots. Mycorrhiza
A mass of cells made by a fungus in symbiosis with a photosynthetic participant. They usually grow on nutrient-poor surfaces. Lichen
Structures that produce asexual spores in basidiomycetes. Basidia
A structure of a basidiomycete that produces sexual spores. Basidiocarp
Asexual spores made by basidia. Basidiospores
Unicellular algae that have a double shell that have silica. Diatoms
A population increase of specific marine dinoflagellates that provoke the water to turn a red or red-brown color and to contain poisonous alkaloids made by the dinoflagellates. Red Tide

Roles of Living Things Word Search

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tropic level
symbiosis
scavenger
producer
prey
predator
parasitism
omnivore
niche
mutualism
herbivore
food web
energy pyramid
decomposer
consumer
commensalsim
carnivore

PROTISTS & FUNGI Crossword

Type
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Description

BLUE AND GREEN BACTIERIA PROTIST
EUKARYOTE ( NOT THE ANSWER) PROTOZOA
WHIP LIKE TAILS FLAGELLA
A PSEUDOPODIUM PSEUDOPOD
FOUND IN LINING OF TRACHEA , WIND PIPE CILIA
membrane enclosed cell vacuole with a digestive function FOOD VACUOLE
food goes the cell oral groove
a vacuole in some protozoan that expels liquid on contraction contractile vacuole
only female anopheles mosquitos malaria
an organelle unique to plant cells that contains chlorophyll chloroplast
a thin skin or membrane pellicle
stigma eyespot
mushroom or mold fungi
thread like filaments hyphae
a sexual reproduction spores
containing spores like a mushroom fruiting body
a colored patch growing on a tree or tree branch lichen
an organism that is consisting of a cell eukaryote
consist of a singular cell unicellular
consists of many cells multicellular
an organism that is able to form nutritional organic substances from simple inorganic substances such as carbon dioxide. autotrouph
an organism deriving its nutritional requirements from complex organic substances. heterotroph
fleas on your dog parasitism
symbiosis that is beneficial to both organisms involved. mutualism

6 Kingdoms of Life Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A cell with no nucleus. Prokaryote
A cell with a nucleus. Eukaryote
Single celled organism. Unicellular
Multiple, or many celled organism. Multicellular
Makes its own food (AKA Producer) Autotroph
Gets its food by feeding on other organisms (AKA consumer) Heterotroph
One parent needed to produce offspring. Asexual
Two parents needed to produce offspring. Sexual
The organism cannot move. Nonmotile
The organism can move. Motile
Prokaryote, unicellular, autotroph and heterotroph, asexual reproduction. Eubacteria
Prokaryote, unicellular, autotroph and heterotroph, asexual reproduction. Archaebacteria
Eukaryote, uni- and multicellular, autotroph and heterotroph, asexual and sexual reproduction. Protists
Type of Protist which changes the shape of their body into pseudopods (foot-like structures). Amoeba
Cilia help this Protist move, capture food and sense their external environment. Paramecium
This Protist moves through the use of a flagellum. Euglena
Eukaryote, multicellular, heterotroph, asexual and sexual reproduction. Fungi
All Fungi reproduce asexually by producing __________. Spores
Eukaryote, multicellular, autotroph, asexual or sexual reproduction. Plants
Eukaryote, multicellular, heterotroph, sexual reproduction. Animals

microorgamisms Word Search

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parasite
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salmonella
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germ
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