Bacteria and Protist Review Quiz


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euglena
A. moves with cilia
B. moves with flagellum
C. moves with pseudopods


This type of protist has pseudopods and gets their food by hugging it into their body with their pseudopods.
A. Paramecium
B. Amoeba
C. Euglena


Small pieces of genetic material that is independent of other DNA in the cell and that can be passed to other bacteria is? 
A. plasmids
B. cell membrane
C. cytoplasm
D. chloroplasts


amoeba
A. moves with cilia
B. moves with flagellum
C. moves with pseudopods


Which function do structures X and Y have in common?

A. digestion

B. gathering food

C. movement

D. reproduction


paramecium
A. moves with cilia
B. moves with a flagellum
C. moves with pseudopods


To maintain homeostasis, a cell needs to expel some of its water. Which structures below would most likely help accomplish this task?

A. pseudopods

B. protein pumps

C. tunnel proteins

D. contractile vacuoles


A student makes a slide containing numerous specimens of this protist. After leaving the light on for several minutes, she observes that most of the protists have moved to the brightly illuminated part of the microscope slide. What is the best explanation for her observations?

A. The protist shows no response to light.

B. The protist uses light for autotrophic nutrition.

C. The protist uses light for asexual reproduction.

D. The protist uses light for heterotrophic nutrition.


What is the function of an eyespot?

A. camouflage

B. trapping food

C. detecting light

D. photosynthesis


This protist uses tiny hair-like structures to help it move and sweep food into its body.
A. Paramecium
B. Euglena
C. Amoeba


Bacteria have a nucleus.
A. TRUE
B. FALSE


What cell structure is letter F?

A. ribosome

B. plasmid

C. cell membrane

D. cytoplasm


What has a flagella, and get their food by either going through photosynthesis OR hunting for food.
A. Paramecium
B. Euglena
C. Amoeba




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