Flashcards in Chapter 2 Book 2 Deck (21):
A virus is a tiny, non living partial that enters and then reproduces inside of a living cell.
A host is an organism that provides a source of energy for a virus or another organism.
A virus acts like parasite ore an organism that loves on or in a host and causes it harm.
If Leeuwenhoek had owned a modern high powered microscope, he would have seen that the single celled organisms were bacteria.
a bacteria cell may also hav a flagellum, a long whiplike structure that helps a cell move.
The process of breaking down food to release energy is called cellular respiration.
Bacteria sometimes reproduce asexually by the process called binary fission.
Sometimes bacteria reproduction sexually by a process called conjunction.
An endospore is a small rounded, thick walls resting cell that forums inside of bacteria cells.
During pasteurization, the food is heated to a temperature that is high enough to kill most harmful bacteria without changing the taste of the food.
Some bacteria that live in soil are decomposes or organisms that break down large complex chemicals in dead organisms into small, simple organisms.
Protist are eukaryotes that cannot be classified as animals, plants, or fungi.
Unlike animals, animal like protist or Protozoa are unicellular
Sarcodines move and feed by forming pseudopods , temporary builders of the cell.
But amoebas have a contractile vacuole a structure that collects water and except excess water from the cell.
Ciliates have. Structure called cilia.
Most Fungi share several important characteristics
Excepto for the simplistas , such as unicellular, yeasts, the cell of most fungi are arranged in structures called hyphae.
Fungi produce spores in a reproductive structures called fruiting bodies.
Unicellular yeasts cells undergo from of asexual reproduction called budding .