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The kingdom of protists has both heterotrophs, autotrophs, and uni/multicellular organisms.

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The Fungi kingdom includes multicellular heterotrophic organisms.

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Animalia and Fungi .

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Q: Which kingdom includes autotrophic and heterotrophic unicellular and multicellular organisms?
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What is the term with the appropriate definition?

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