How Do Protists Get Food?

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Protists are defined as being a diverse group of eukaryotic microorganisms. These are relatively simple unicellular or multi-cellular organisms. Protists usually get food by preying on bacteria.
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Protists are organisms with eukaryotic cells (containing nuclei) and no specialized tissues. They are generally single-celled, but some protists are more complex. They live in water
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There are no foods that contain protists. Protists are eukaryotic microorganisms
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If it is a heterotroph it gets food from the environment. If it is an autotroph it makes its own food. Some do both. Source(s): I am a retired biology teacher.
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