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Slime Molds are what's called a plasmodium, meaning they're basically a sac of fluids with many separate nuclei. The move by committee, meaning each nuclei "chooses" which way to ooze the plasmodium itself, sometimes spliting up.

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How do pretzel slime mold move?

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Slime molds move around?

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What Do Plasmodial slime molds move by?

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Can slime mold move?

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Is slime molds an autotroph?

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What is the importance of slime molds?

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How do the slime molds reproduce?

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What is a slime molds habitat?

slime molds habitat is located on earth you can find it anywhere


Are slime molds multicellular or unicellular?

Two broad groups of slime molds are recognized. The individual cells of cellular slime molds remain distinct-- separated by cell membranes-- during every phase of the mold's life cycle. Slime molds that pass through a stage in which their cells fuse to form large cells with many nuclei are called acellular slime molds.


Are slime molds fungi just like other molds?

Slime molds are actually protists, even though they were originally classified as fungi. Slime molds can be classified as funguslike protists, because they are heterotrophs and feed on dead organisms.


The fruiting bodies in cellular slime molds and sporangia in acellular slime molds?

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The fruiting bodies in cellular slime molds and sporangia in a cellular slime molds?

Answer: A and B only


What are 3 types of decomposing molds?

Molds are considered to be microbes and do not form a specific taxonomic or phylogenetic grouping, but can be found in the divisions Zygomycota and Ascomycota. There are Fungi known as molds. Slime molds and water molds are not Fungi.There are Fungi known as molds. Slime molds and water molds are not Fungi.


How do slime molds differ other protists?

slime molds differ from other protists because unlike most protists slime molds are bisible the unaided eye at some stages of there life cycle


What are slime mold and water molds?

slime mold and water molds are both fungi like protists.


Protists that group together and move by streaming along as a mass of cytoplasm are called?

plasmodial slime molds.


Slime molds are said to be like animals during much of there life cycle because they?

Move. And eat.


Slime molds can be classified as acellular or?

Slime molds are all cellular. The unique fact is that they may or may not be multinucleated.


Is slime mold an autotroph?

Slime molds are considered to be heterotrophs. Slime molds obtain their energy by consuming soil, decaying wood, and other decaying materials.


How are cellular slime molds different from acellular slime molds?

The term for non-cellular slime mold is a plasmodium slime mold. Usually, cellular slime molds live as singular slime unless a chemical is used to unite them into one organism. Plasmodiums are connected to each other from the start, forming a giant cell.


What phylum are slime molds in?

the phylum of slime mold is Myxomycota.


Are slime mold autotrophic or heterotrophic?

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Cellular slime molds can be distinguished from plasmodial slime molds on the basis of what?

One large amount of feces on ones chest cavity.