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protist monera fungi - connolly

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Transcript of protist monera fungi - connolly

Microorganisms
Protist / Monera / Fungi
Put the terms or phrases in the correct place on this mind map.
Protist
Fungi
Monera
structure
structure
structure
Reproduction
Reproduction
Reproduction
Other info
Other info
Other info
Sporagia
Mycillium
flagella
chloroplast
Cillia
fruiting body
fission
live in water and damp places
protophyta
Protozoa
"first plant"
"first animal"
photosynthesis
Algae
paramecium
false foot - Pseudopod
parasite
Live off other organisms,
sucking nutrients from them.
amoeba
bacteria
blue-green algae
no nucleus
has nucleus
has nucleus
some make you sick
some don't make you sick
some are beneficial
Cheese
Yogurt
ringworm
bubonic plague
without warmth, moisture and food, they will not die but kind of go to sleep until conditions improve.
double in number when reproducing
no males/females
Exponential growth rate - J-curve
offspring are exact copies of the parent - cloning
spores
spores
decomposers
decomposers
break down dead things
break down dead things
creates Oxygen
sunlight
water
carbohydrates
parasite
recycle nutrients
athelete's foot
penicillin
mushroom
mold
yeast
bread
respiration
carbon dioxide
Live inside us
Live inside us
some are poisonous
some are edible
gills
multi-celled and can get gigantic!
budding
types
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