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Amoebozoans: Slime Molds, Tubulinids & Entamoebas

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What is the main defining characteristic of amoebozoans?

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1. What non-related group of organisms are slime molds often mistaken for?

2. Which of the following amoebozoans would be most likely to be described as a hunter?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

The quiz and worksheet will gauge your understanding of the types of amoebozoans. For these assessments, you should be able to identify the main characteristic of amoebozoans and what slime molds are mistaken for.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

These assessments are designed to assess the following:

  • What slime molds are mistaken for
  • Something entamoebas need to survive
  • Characteristics of amoebozoans
  • How amoebozoans use pseudopods
  • A hunter type of amoebozoans

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding something entamoebas need to survive
  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the related lesson on the types of amoebozoans
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer a question about how amoebozoans use pseudopods

Additional Learning

If you would like to uncover more information about amoebozoans, review the accompanying lesson titled Amoebozoans: Slime Molds, Tubulinds & Entamoebas. The objectives that will be reviewed in this lesson include:

  • Explore what an amoebozoan is and how many species exist
  • Recall the different types of slime mold there is
  • Review what tubulinds are and their characteristics
  • Identify entamoebas and how it affects hosts
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