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protists
eukaryotic organisms that have cells with a nucleus
protozoans
animal-like protists that are heterotrophic
protozoans that move with pseudopods
animal-like protists that move using temporary bulges of the cell membrane that fill with cytoplasm
protozoans
heterotrophic protists that can move to obtain food.. There are four types of these protists.
funguslike protists
slime mold…downy mildew…and xxx
plantlike protists
algae including diatoms and dinoflagellates
contractile vacuole
a structure that collects the extra water and then expels it from the cell
protozoans that move with cilia
animal-like protists that move using hairlike projectons from cells that move with a wavelike pattern
symbiosis
a close relationship between two species where at least one of the species benefits
mutualism
when both species in a symbiotic relationship benefit from the relationship
zooflagellates
animal-like protists also called protozoans that use flagella to move
sporozoans
a type of protist that feeds on the cells and body fluids of living organisms. This type of protist is a parasite that harms the host organism.
cell parts of an AMEOBA (ameba)
6 parts

nucleus
cytoplasm
contractile vacuole
food vacuole
pseudopod
cell membrane
Cell parts of a PARAMECIUM
9 parts:

large nucleus
small nucleus
cilia
contractile vacuole
oral groove
anal pore
pellicle
cyptoplasm
Cell parts of an EUGLENA
6 parts

nucleus
eyespot (stigma)
flagellum
pellicle
chloroplast
contractile vacuole