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Protists are unicellular or multicellular microorganisms. The majority of protists are responsible for many diseases in humans.
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Macrophages, or white blood cells. They project pseudopods justlike an amoeba would.
Diatoms are unicellular. There cell walls are made of two overlapping halves. This credit goes to http:/users.rcn.com/jkimball.ma.uktranet/biologypages/p/protists.html
No. Protists can live in oceans, ponds, and streams. They can also live in human and animal digestive tracts.
in first division there will be two amoeba and then after second division there will be four of them which can be calculated by the formula 2 n where n is the no. of division
The kingdom protista is often called the "junk drawer" of kingdoms because occupants of the kingdom are so varied. Some are prokaryotic and some are eukaryotic. All the same, some produce sexually and some asexually.
cilia that surrounds the paramecium serves as their mode of movementn.
No they are not vertebrate , they are invertebrates .
2 characteristics that all protists share are they live in moist areas and they are eukaryotes.
it shape-shifts into a O shape, traps there food and then disolves it
A paramecium is shaped like the sole or bottom of a lady's slipper.
They eat decaying aquatic vegitation,
it is unicellular
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The largest and most complex group algae is Brown algae, for example seaweed is one of the most large and complex forms of algae.
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Amoeba are single-celled and very small so naturally they would eat bacteria, algae, and other protozoa. But you should also consider the fact that some are parasites.
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yes it is unicellular
Plasmodium is a sporozoan that causes Malaria.
Paramecium can take in food only at the cytostome. The cilia in the oral groove create a current of water which wafts the food organisms up to the cytostome where they are ingested in a food vacuole. This food vacuole then follows a specific route through the cytoplasm. On its travels, enzymes are...
Characteristics of diatoms: . All species are unicellular or colonial coccoid algae. None arefree-living flagellates. . The only flagellate cells produced are the male gametes (=sperm, spermatozoids) of 'centric' diatoms. These have a singleforward-pointing flagellum, which bears mastigonemes. ....
M- move by flowing of cytoplasm over the surface i.e mud, soil. - pseudopods - changing the shape of their body. R -"breathes" using a porous cell membrane (oxygen in - carbon dioxide out) S - no special sense organs. - changes in outside world detected by all parts of living material ...
Pseudopods serve two important functions-locomotion and food capture, activities that are often interrelated. Amoebas use their pseudopods to ingest food by a method called phagocytosis (Greek: phagein, to eat). The streaming of protoplasm inside the pseudopods moves the amoeba forward. When the ...
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Paramecium move with cillia.
amoeba has following general characteristics; they are unicellular organisms movement by pseudopodia mode of nutrition is phagocytosis may vary in size from 10-20micrometre habitat ;marine and fresh water some may be pathogenic
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it helps in nitrogen fixation
The amoeba moves its psuedopodia (false feet) around the food particle. thus a food vacuole is formed.then the amoeba secretes digestive enzymes into the food vacuole and the food particle is digested and assimilated.the waste particle is thrown out by moving the particle towards the surface of the...
The flatter the cell, the surface-area will increase, however the volume will remain the same
I am pretty sure they survive in both the surface zone and the Deep zone.
These organisms eat other organisms, parts or product of other organisms or the remains of the organisms
because it uses flagella(flagellum)in their locomotory motion!
one lives in salt water and the other in fresh water.
They;re different because they're niether animals, plants, orfungi, and they're eukaryotes
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They are considered eukaryotic cells because they have a true ("eu") nucleus.
Paramecia feed on microorganisms like bacteria, algae, and yeasts. To gather food, the Paramecium uses its cilia to sweep prey organisms, along with some water, through the oral groove, and into the mouth opening. .
Protists are single celled organisms. They include water borne contamination. Protists are, eukariotic, single celled organisms. Paramecium, amoeba are protists
Algae can form using sexual or asexual methods
amoeba Sp. have long finger-like pseudopodia for movement were as paramecium Sp. have short hair-like cilia for its movement. They are both unicellular eukaryotes classified in kingdom protista.
Diatoms live in water , both fresh water and sea water .
It is a protozoa and is the microbe that is carried by mosquitoes in tropical areas and causes malaria.
they absorb it through there skin
red algae is the only one of all algae that can survive in deepest waters.
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normaly a paramecium will move in a range from 5 to 10 mph why in extreme cases like being chased by its natural preditor, the paramecium will travel about 35 mph if ever threatened.
Well, unicellular protists called Euglenophytes photosynthesize by using the eye spot which is located near the gullet. The eye spot captures sun light and helps power photosynthesis.
Plantlike protists, which are commonly called algae, are extremely diverse. Like plants, algae are autotrophs . Most are able to use the sun's energy to make their own food.
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No, Flatworms belong in the kingdom Animalia, usually in Phylums such as Platyheliminthes. However, Slime Moulds can produce small (~1mm) slug like creatures at some points, which at one point has a large flat mass that some may refer to as a flatworm, but really it is nothing like it.
It is an arm like projection that catch food which is usually other protists or bacteria and is produced by pushing out parts of the cell.
Protist are grouped into 3 main groups they are used in things such as food and toothpaste protists almost wiped out the French wine industry. Protists are the eukaryotic organisms that doesn't fit into any other kingdoms. The kingdom protista itself was broken down into many other kingdoms because...
Salom! because it moves that way. Amoeba moves around with making false feet, caused to change his shape.
Protista. Formerly called protozoa.
No, amoebas have no cell walls.
No. They reproduce asexually via mitosis and cytokinesis.
Diatoms are single celled algae.
The amoeba has within it a nucleus, that contains all the genetic material (DNA) that controls reproduction of the cell
the two main jobs are eating and reproduction.
They are all linear because they all contain two molecules.
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No, diatoms are related to the golden-brown algae (Chrysophyta), but are generally classified in their own group, the Bacillariophyta.
Plasmodia (plural) are parasitic organisms that cause Malaria in human beings. They are transported by the Tsetse Fly and feed on both the fly and the human (internally) in order to survive. Like any other parasite they weaken their host.
*they are all animal like protists *they can move on their own *they feed on other animal like and plant like organisms
the paramecium uses cilia, which are tiny hair-like structures, for locomotion. on the other hand, amoeba uses pseudopodia, which are extensions of the cell's cytoplasm, to move.