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Protists (Grade 10)

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Protista are classified as a
  1. family.
  2. phylum.
  3. species.
  4. kingdom.
The protist in the diagram can best be described as a                         .
  1. unicellular eukaryote
  2. unicellular prokaryote
  3. multicellular eukaryote
  4. multicellular prokaryote
Which environment is least likely to support protists?
  1. dry soil
  2. open ocean
  3. shallow pond
  4. organisms' blood
Which letter represents a food vacuole in the amoeba?
Amoeba Without Text Labels
  1. A
  2. D
  3. E
  4. F
All apicomplexans are
  1. algae.
  2. plant-like.
  3. parasitic.
  4. multicellular.
Which description most accurately describes slime mold?
  1. plant-like protist
  2. fungus-like protist
  3. animal-like protist
  4. bacteria-like protist
On the diagram of the euglena, what is the primary function of structure B?
Euglena Without Text Labels
  1. protection
  2. reproduction
  3. homeostasis
  4. photosynthesis
Which structure in the diagram primarily aids the organism in movement?
  1. cilia
  2. anal pore
  3. oral groove
  4. cytoplasm
Which letter represents the stigma on the euglena diagram?
Euglena Without Text Labels
  1. A
  2. B
  3. F
  4. H
Which best describes the primary function of structure E in the amoeba diagram?
Amoeba Without Text Labels
  1. movement
  2. reproduction
  3. homeostasis
  4. photosynthesis

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