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Protist Cell Structure

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Which word best describes Protists?

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1. Protists that are able to make their own food are called:

2. Protists might use any of the following structures to move, except

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

As one of the major kingdoms of life on Earth, protists are important organisms. You can test your understanding of the cell structure of protists by answering the questions found in this online quiz and worksheet. These questions will go over different types of protists and their defining characteristics.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

You can answer these questions to see how much you know about:

  • The characteristics of protists
  • Major types of protists
  • How protists move
  • Protist anatomy
  • A protist that makes the ocean glow

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - use this online assessment to see how much you can remember about the characteristics and major types of protists
  • Reading comprehension - test your comprehension of the different parts of protist anatomy and their primary functions
  • Knowledge application - apply your knowledge of protists to identify specific protist species or anatomy based on information found in these assessment questions

Additional Learning

Even more facts about this subject can be found in the associated lesson called Protist Cell Structure. This lesson will teach you about:

  • Eukaryotic organisms
  • Finding protists
  • The structure of protist cells
  • More examples of protists
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