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1. What are protists? (1 point)prokaryotes that are part of domain Archaea eukaryotes that are not part of the plant, animal, or fungi kingdoms single-celled organisms that belong to the plant, animal, and fungi kingdoms single-celled eukaryotes that are part of the plant and fungi kingdoms

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    3. To move, nonmotile protists depend on (1 point)air or water currents and other organisms. cytoplasmic projections. cilia and flagella. microtubules. Figure 21-2 4. The organism shown in Figure 21–2 is an example of (1 point)a flagellate. a ciliate. an amoeba. a spore-forming protist. 5. During what process do two protists exchange genetic material? (1 point)cell division meiosis conjugation mitosis

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    @helter-skelter12345

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  3. helter-skelter12345 Group Title
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    i think one is the last one

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    huh?

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  5. helter-skelter12345 Group Title
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    1. single-celled eukaryotes that are part of the plant and fungi kingdoms

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  6. helter-skelter12345 Group Title
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    sorry i didnt see one option thats wrong

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  7. helter-skelter12345 Group Title
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    prokaryotes that are part of domain Archaea eukaryotes that are not part of the plant, animal, or fungi kingdoms

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  8. helter-skelter12345 Group Title
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    thats the answer

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  9. tepps Group Title
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    for which one?\

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  10. helter-skelter12345 Group Title
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    first one

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  11. tepps Group Title
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    okay what about the others?

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  12. helter-skelter12345 Group Title
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    wait one sec

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    k

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  14. helter-skelter12345 Group Title
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    i think 3. is oher organisms

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    k

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  16. helter-skelter12345 Group Title
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    air or water currents and other organisms

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    k

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  18. helter-skelter12345 Group Title
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    i don't know what figure 21-2 is?

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  19. tepps Group Title
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    k what about the other others

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  20. helter-skelter12345 Group Title
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    i think 5 is meisosas

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  21. tepps Group Title
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    heyyy im dont with these now..... imm post some more

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  22. helter-skelter12345 Group Title
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    meiosis* omg haha

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  23. tepps Group Title
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    but while you answering them i will take a quick shower.....but if u would do be a favorr to make it easier...like instead of post one answer at a time....number them 1.2.3.4.5. ect.....like it makes it easier to get them done faster(:

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  24. helter-skelter12345 Group Title
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    kay kay

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  25. tepps Group Title
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    (example) 1.blah blah blah 2.blah blah blah 3. blah blah

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  26. helter-skelter12345 Group Title
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    lol i get it

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    imma post two sets of questions......so do the 1-7 first please.... and then the 1-10 after//. please thanks

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    ((((((1st Set)))))) 1. The structure that temporarily stores food in an amoeba is called the (1 point)heterotroph. gullet. vacuole. autotroph. 2. Which of the following gets nutrients by absorbing molecules from other organisms through its cell wall or cell membrane? (1 point)ciliates. amoebas. water mold. plasmodium. 3. A collection of amoeba-like individuals that come together to form a large structure which can continue to move is called a (1 point)ciliates. amoebas. water mold. plasmodium. 4. Which of the following eat by sweeping food into their gullet? (1 point)ciliates amoebas water mold plasmodium 5. Which of the following capture and surround food with their cytoplasm? (1 point)ciliates amoebas water mold plasmodium 6. Organisms that photosynthesize are called (1 point)heterotrophs. amoebas. vaculoles. autotrophs. 7. Organisms that recycle waste material are (1 point)heterotrophs. amoebas. vacuoles. autotrophs.

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    (((((((second set)))))))) 1. What is one reason why the classification of protists in one kingdom is difficult? (1 point)Some protists are unicellular while other protists are multicellular. Protists more closely resemble members of other eukaryotic kingdoms than they do other protists. Protists may be funguslike, plantlike, or animal-like, but they do not have characteristics of more than one of these groups. Because they are unicellular, protists fit better in the two domains of prokaryotes. Figure 21-1 2. Based on Figure 21-1, which of the major groups of protists is MOST closely related to plants? (1 point)Amoebozoa Excavates Rhodophyta Choanozoa 3. Which of the following analogies best describes the motion of a nonmotile protist? (1 point)A boat is moved forward by several oars. A boat is moved forward by a current. A boat is moved forward by a single long oar. A boat is moved forward by a motor. 4. Which structure of a paramecium holds a “reserve copy” of all the cell’s genes? (1 point)the micronucleus the zygote the sporangium the macronucleus 5. Many protists alternate between diploid and haploid stages during their life cycle in a process known as (1 point)alteration of generations. conjugation. sexual reproduction. asexual reproduction. 6. How are phytoplankton important to whales? (1 point)They are eaten by some whales. They provide calcium carbonate for whales. They provide the whales with shelter. They recycle wastes into materials whales can eat. 7. Which of the following events might lead to an algal bloom? (1 point)Nitrogen-rich fertilizer washes off of fields into the ocean. Oxygen is removed from ocean water by decomposition. New sewage plants remove more wastes from discharge. The population of baleen whales increases. 8. When the amoebas of slime molds join, they form structures with many nuclei called (1 point)plasmodia. sporangia. spores. zygotes. 9. Ciliates get food by (1 point)surrounding a cell or particle and taking it inside themselves. absorbing molecules from the environment through their cell membranes. forming a plasmodium in order to get food. sweeping food particles into their gullet. 10. Which of the following protists gets nutrients mainly by absorbing molecules from other organisms through their cell walls and cell membranes? (1 point)amoebas water molds ciliates slime molds

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  30. tepps Group Title
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    alrighty...well ill be back in a litttle bit! off to the shower.....try to get them done before i get back...lol (challanging)

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  31. helter-skelter12345 Group Title
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    lol ok i will :P

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    1.vacuole 2. water mold 3.plasmodium 4. ciliates 5.amoebas 6 autotrophs 7. heterotrophs

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    1. Protists more closely resemble members of other eukaryotic kingdoms than they do other protists. <-- idk i think its this one 2. idk number 2 there is no picture 3. a boat is moved forward by current 4.micronucleus <--- idk one more possible answer but this seems best 5. alteration of generations 6. they are eaten by some whales 7. Nitrogen-rich fertilizer washes off of fields into the ocean. 8. plasmodia 9. sweeping food particles into their gullet. 10. water molds

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    haha..thnk...i just got out..ill post more in a few ...just give me a sec

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    okay

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    1. All fungi are (1 point)photosynthetic. heterotrophic. autotrophic. parasitic. 2. The tangled mass that makes up the part of a fungus that is below the soil is the (1 point)mushroom. fruiting body. mycelium. chitin. Figure 21-5 3. What structure is missing in the fungal hyphae shown on the right side of Figure 21-5? (1 point)cell walls cross walls nuclei cytoplasm 4. An important role of fungi in an ecosystem is (1 point)performing photosynthesis. breaking down dead organisms. making alcohol. killing bacteria. 5. How do yeast reproduce? (1 point)sexually by producing spores asexually by producing spores sexually through binary fission asexually through binary fission

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    there u go

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    1. heterotrophic. 2. mycelium 3. <-- i don't have the picture 4. breaking down dead organisms 5. asexually by producing spores<--- idk i think it's this

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    1. Which of the following is true of fungi? (1 point)Like plants, they carry out photosynthesis. Like some prokaryotes, they are autotrophic. Like animals, they lack cell walls. Like protists, they are eukaryotic. 2. A mushroom is a (1 point)fruiting body. lichen. mycelium. hypha. 3. During fungal reproduction, which of the following processes is first to occur after the nuclei of opposite mating types fuse? (1 point)spore production gamete production mitosis meiosis Figure 21-6 4. Figure 21–6 illustrates an association of (1 point)a cyanobacterium and a plant. an alga or cyanobacterium and a fungus. a plant and a fungus. an alga and a plant. 5. In a mycorrhizal relationship, what benefit does the plant get from the fungus? (1 point)an energy source aid in seed dispersal products of photosynthesis aid in the absorption of water and minerals

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    there is some more

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    ... still here

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    yup sorry give me a couple min

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    1. Like protists, they are eukaryotic 2. fruiting body 3. <-- no idea 4<--- no picture 5. aid in the absorption of water and minerals

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    1. Most plants are (1 point)multicellular, eukaryotic autotrophs. unicellular, eukaryotic autotrophs. multicellular, prokaryotic heterotrophs. unicellular, prokaryotic heterotrophs. 2. If plants need oxygen for cellular respiration, then why do plants release oxygen into the atmosphere? (1 point)More oxygen is produced during photosynthesis than the plant needs for cellular respiration, so the plant needs to release the extra oxygen. Plants need to collect more oxygen from the atmosphere because photosynthesis does not produce enough oxygen to meet their needs. Plants need to release oxygen into the atmosphere so more carbon dioxide can enter the plant for photosynthesis. Plants release oxygen into the atmosphere because the release of oxygen prevents the evaporation of water. 3. Living on land required that plants (1 point)evolve photosynthetic pigments. conserve water. exchange gases. have cell walls. 4. The ancestors of land plants likely evolved from (1 point)mosses that lived in the water. an organism similar to green algae. a protist that lived on land. prokaryotes that carried on photosynthesis. 5. What is a basic difference between a sporophyte and a gametophyte? (1 point)A sporophyte is a reproductive structure while a gametophyte is not. A sporophyte undergoes sexual reproduction while a gametophyte undergoes asexual reproduction. A sporophyte is part of the diploid phase while a gametophyte is part of the haploid phase of the plant life cycle. A sporophyte is much smaller than the gametophyte.

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    there is some more

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    I'll finish these up but i have to go after sorry!

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    1. unicellular, eukaryotic autotrophs. 2.<-- not sure it seems simple to answer 3. conserve water. 4. an organism similar to green algae. 5. A sporophyte is part of the diploid phase while a gametophyte is part of the haploid phase of the plant life cycle.

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    alright thanks

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    1.A. Great job @helter-skelter12345

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    1. What are protists? (1 point) (0 pts) prokaryotes that are part of domain Archaea (1 pt) eukaryotes that are not part of the plant, animal, or fungi kingdoms (0 pts) single-celled organisms that belong to the plant, animal, and fungi kingdoms (0 pts) single-celled eukaryotes that are part of the plant and fungi kingdoms 1 /1 point 2. How are protists related to other eukaryotes? (1 point) (1 pt) Today’s protists and plants, fungi, and animals have an ancient common ancestor. (0 pts) Protists evolved from bacteria while the other eukaryotes evolved from archaea. (0 pts) Today’s protists gave rise to plants, fungi, and animals. (0 pts) Today’s protists arose from ancient plants, fungi, and animals. 1 /1 point 3. To move, nonmotile protists depend on (1 point) (1 pt) air or water currents and other organisms. (0 pts) cytoplasmic projections. (0 pts) cilia and flagella. (0 pts) microtubules. 1 /1 point Figure 21-2 4. The organism shown in Figure 21–2 is an example of (1 point) (1 pt) a flagellate. (0 pts) a ciliate. (0 pts) an amoeba.

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    1. Which of the following is true of fungi? (1 point) (0 pts) Like plants, they carry out photosynthesis. (0 pts) Like some prokaryotes, they are autotrophic. (0 pts) Like animals, they lack cell walls. (1 pt) Like protists, they are eukaryotic. 1 /1 point 2. A mushroom is a (1 point) (1 pt) fruiting body. (0 pts) lichen. (0 pts) mycelium. (0 pts) hypha. 1 /1 point 3. During fungal reproduction, which of the following processes is first to occur after the nuclei of opposite mating types fuse? (1 point) (0 pts) spore production (0 pts) gamete production (0 pts) mitosis (1 pt) meiosis 4. Figure 21–6 illustrates an association of (1 point) (0 pts) a cyanobacterium and a plant. (1 pt) an alga or cyanobacterium and a fungus. (0 pts) a plant and a fungus. (0 pts) an alga and a plant. 0 /1 point 5. In a mycorrhizal relationship, what benefit does the plant get from the fungus? (1 point) (0 pts) an energy source (0 pts) aid in seed dispersal (0 pts) products of photosynthesis (1 pt) aid in the absorption of water and minerals

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    Must be nice to have someone do your entire homework for you...

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