Asked in Chloroplasts
What function do chloroplasts perform in protist producers?
Capture energy from the sun
Asked in Biology, Environmental Issues, Ecosystems
What are some living and non-living things in a pond?
living: bacteria protozoans (animal like protist) algae(plant like protist) euglena Nonliving: rocks viruses living in a host organism such as a fish space craft shape viruses crystal shape viruses ...
Asked in Microbiology, Genetics
What kingdom is single celled?
A: The kingdom that is single-celled is the protist kingdom. It is one of the five kingdoms of living things; plant, animal, protist, moneran, and fungi. An example of a protist is algae. Eubacteria, Archaebacteria, Protista, and FungiProtista and Fungi ...
Asked in Animal Life
What happens when you add distilled water to a slide with a living protist?
Distilled water is almost devoid of free ions and molecules. So, when a living cell like a protist comes in contact with distilled water (which is hypotonic), large amounts of water enters the protist body, causing the cell to swell and burst, or suffer lysis. ...
Asked in Science
What is the basic unit of structure and function in protist and monerans?
Cell is the basic unit of structure and function in all the protist and monerans. The monerans are ,however, prokaryotic organisms without a membrane bound nucleus. Monera include bacteria and blue-green algae. ...
Asked in Hermes (Mercury)
What was Hermes' function in the realm of the dead?
As a messenger god, he transports the spirits of the dead from the living world to the under world. ...
Asked in Biology, Microbiology, Genetics
Is the protist kingdom unicellular?
yes protist s are unicellular becoz it includes ameoba euglena etc Actually it can be both unicellular and multicellular in this kingdom you have the living things that aren't classified in any other kingdom but sometimes animals in the protist kingdom may be changed to another ...
Asked in Genetics
Function of the cytoskeleton in the cells of living organisms?
function of the cytoskeleton in the cells of living organisms?
Asked in Biology, Microbiology, Protists
What are common names for the protist?
Answer A protist is a cell. It is like bacteria. Also protist is living. It is most likely being used in an ecosystem. Answer: A classification group into which are placed all organisms other than the prokaryotes, plants, fungi and animals. A protist had NOTHING to do with bacteria, they are in different groups in the five kindoms, many protists are single celled, although there are many protists that are multicellular or colonial. ...