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Protozoa that has cilia, divide by binary fission, and rarely cause human disease.
Can exist as yeast or mold depending on growth conditions.
Single cellular parasite. 2-100 micrometer in size. Disease may be caused directly or damage caused by host's response
Covers the external surface of a metazoa.
Unicellular fungi that reproduces asexually by budding or fusion. Forms colonies on agar.
Multicellular fungi that has long filaments. Can be septate or aseptate. Can reproduce asexually or sexually. Can be hairy, wooly, or pigmented on agar.
Fungi in a sac named sporangium.
Protozoa that is often an intracellular parasite because it has no organelle or locomotion. It divides by schizogony or sporogony.
Dormant stage in life cycle of protozoa.
Active feeding stage in the life cycle of a protozoa.
Fungi formed by budding or hyphal separation. It undergoes asexual reproduction. Deutromyces is a common human pathogen.
Reproductive element of cestodes.
Name for the head of a cestode.
Multicellular parasite. 1mm to >1m in size. Examples are helminths/worms and arthropods.
Protozoa that divides by binary fission and moves with pseudopods.
Roundworms that have long cylindrical body and NO attachment organs. It feeds on host tissues or intestinal contents.
Study of Fungi
Metazoa that has leaf-shaped bodies. Also known as flukes. It has a complex life cycle requiring >2 intermediate hosts.
Tapeworms that have flat ribbonlike segmented bodies. It has no digestive system.
Fungal Infection
Component of cell wall that is only found in Fungi.
Protozoa that has whiplike flagella

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