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Protists Paramecium, amoebas, Euglena, Hydra
Protists are classified by scientists into 3 main groups – Plant like protists, animal like protists and fungus like protists
- Protists Plantlike Protists Are commonly called algae.
Plantlike Protists The euglena is a common euglenoid that lives in fresh water. In sunlight, many euglenas can make their own food. Without sunlight, they obtain food from their environment.
Animal-Like Protists are called protozoans.Paramecia are ciliates that live mostly in fresh water. paramecia feed on bacteria and smaller protists.
Animal-Like Protists Amoebas are sarcodines that live in either water or soil. They by using their false feet – pseudopods to capture food like bacteria and smaller protists. . These are also used for transportation.
Eukarya Protists are in the domain eukarya which means they have a nucleus.
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PROTISTS Diatoms. Commonalities / Differences in the Protist Kingdom All are eukaryotes (cells with nuclei). Live in moist surroundings. Unicellular or.
Kingdom Protista is known as the “junk drawer” kingdom. Protists are so different from one another and because they don’t fit into another kingdom scientists.
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Protists Classified in the Kingdom Protista. Usually single-celled organisms that live in moist environments.
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