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Bacteria Viruses Fungi General
100
What is through dead organisms and organic waste, from living hosts, some make their own food, and chemical reactions?
How do bacteria obtain food?
100
What is a strand of DNA or RNA surrounded by a layer of protein that can replicate and infect in a host cell?
Define virus.
100
What is about more than 1.5 million?
About how many species of fungi exist?
100
What is bacteria?
Microscopic prokaryotes that are unicellular are know as ________________
200
What is their flagella and pili?
What helps bacteria move?
200
What is how a virus makes copies of itself by attaching to host cells with only specific molecules on its cell walls or cell membrane?
What is replication?
200
What is they can produce sexually or asexually but post do it asexually by producing spores?
How do fungi reproduce?
200
What is because they don't have characteristics of all living things such as organized, respond to stimuli, use energy, grow and reproduce?
Why do scientists not consider viruses to be alive?
300
What is asexually by fission, conjugation?
How does bacteria reproduce and What process allows bacteria to create more genetic variation?
300
What is through mutations so they can always somehow attach to host cells?
How are viruses able to adjust to changes in their host cells?
300
What is hyphae and mycelium?
What are threadlike structures that grow in tangles and then what is network they create called?
300
What is it is a latent virus but when the virus becomes active it can destroy cells in the body's immune system making it hard to fight other infections the infected person might get?
How does HIV usually attack someone infected?
400
What is antibiotics and it can lead to bacterial resistance?
How do bacterial diseases get treated and how does bacteria react?
400
What are viruses that don't cause symptoms right away , they continue replicating without damaging the host cell. An example is HIV which infects white blood cells.
What is a latent virus and what is an example of one?
400
What are: club fungi, sac fungi, zygote fungi, and imperfect fungi?
Name three types of fungi:
400
What is viruses are able to mutate to outsmart host cells?
Why can viral infections be more difficult to treat than bacterial infections?
500
What are: decomposition, nitrogen fixation, bio-remediation, and help produce food?
Name three ways bacteria could be beneficial?
500
What is your body can create immunity once it already has been infected and there are vaccines?
How do we treat and prevent viral diseases?
500
What is they are decomposers, they grow with plant roots, they can be used for medicine, and can be food for animals (lichens)?
Name three reasons why fungi are important:
500
What is fungi cannot photosynthesize but fungi in mycorrhizae take in some of the sugars produced by the plants photosynthesis?
How are fungi and photosynthesis related?






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