Characteristics of Fungus like Protists?

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Fungus-like protists include slime molds which like to grow in warm, wet places such as rotting logs or decaying plants that are lying on the forest floor. Typical nutrition for the fungus-like protists is bacteria, yeasts, fungi, or bits of vegetation. There are currently three known types of slime molds: Dictyosteliomycota which are slug shaped, Myxomycota which are free-floating and plasmodial, and Labyrinthulomycota which are otherwise known as slime nets. All three types are different but they are still closely related to one another.
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the answer is prokaryotes and eukaryotes.
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The "fungus-like" protists are slime
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i believe that no unifying characteristic are found in the protists.No amaze that you can find some if think much.But they would not distinct and would not always correct. Kingdom
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By using enzymes to break down the food material, such as pectinase. The enzyme turns into a liquid-like substance that can then by absorbed through the roots.
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