How Do Protists Differ from Bacteria and Archaea?

Answer

Protists are different from bacteria and archaea as protists that have nuclei and can be multicellular, as from bacteria and archaea that has no nuclei and is unicellular. Also Protists comprises eukaryotes and have a membrane bound nucleus and membrane bound organelles such as mitochondria.
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