Protists and Fungi. Chapter 11 P. Lobosco. Monday November 8, 2010. There will be no grades given out until this Friday. Please do not ask! HW-Read 11-1 and do the section review on page 273, questions 1-10 due Wed. Use spiral notebook. Section 1 - Protists Objectives.
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Describe the characteristics of protists.
Describe four ways that protists get food.
Describe three ways that protists reproduce.
Describe how protists can be organized into three groups based on their shared traits.
List an example for each group of protists.
When environmental conditions are stressful slime molds grow stalk-like structures with rounded knobs at the top, containing spores.
Spore are small reproductive cells covered by a thick cell wall.
The spores can survive for a long time without water or nutrients.
Describe the characteristics of fungi.
Distinguish between the four main groups of fungi.
Explain how lichens affect their environment.
Many people love to eat mushrooms. What are mushrooms? There are many different types of edible mushrooms. How many can you name that you’ve eaten? How many mushrooms can you name that are available at your grocery store to eat?
Record your answers in your science journal.
Characteristics of Fungi
Fungi are eukaryotic heterotrophs that have rigid cell walls and no chlorophyll.
Threadlike Fungi reproduce sexually when a hypha from one individual joins with a hypha from another individual. The hyphae grow into specialized sporangia that can survive times of cold or little water. When conditions improve, they will grow into a new fungi.