Some protists reproduce sexually and some reproduce asexually.
Fungus like protists
One-celled protists usually reproduce asexually. Most protists also can reproduce sexually.
Protists are mostly unicellular eukaryotic cells. The most common type of reproduction in protists is asexual binary fission. Some protists, though, are known to reproduce using sexual means.
in the way that they reproduce
they use spores.
Single cell protists can reproduce sexually. They make sex cells or gametes. Some reproduce asexually by binary fission. These cells are cones of the parent cell.
They grow by the process of binary fission which is an asexualy reproduction of cells such as those that all protists have.
Animal-like Protista and Plant-like Protista reproduce asexually and Fungus-like Protista reproduce with spores.
They both are decomposers and they both reproduce with spores.
yesThey have because they reproduce through cell division.
All living things reproduce" are one of the characteristics that define what is living and what is non-living. Plants and animals reproduce along with bacteria, fungi and protists.
some genera of the green alga Volvox, which have that cell...... the graetly majority of animals, plants, fungi, and protists reproduce sexually
fungi and fungus like protists are hetertrophs and have cell walls and use spores to reproduce :) -your welcome confused people
Protists can reproduce using binary fission or conjugation. Binary fission is asexual reproduction while conjugation is sexual reproduction.
Fungus-like protists move, that is the biggest difference. Both of them are heterotrophs, eukaryotic, and both use spores to reproduce.
"All living things reproduce" are one of the characteristics that define what is living and what is non-living. Plants and animals reproduce along with bacteria, fungi and protists.