Botanists subsequently created the algal division Euglenophyta; thus they were
classified as both animals and plants, as they share characteristics with both.
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Euglenophyta (yōˌglənŏfˈətə) [key], small phylum (division) of the kingdom
Protista, consisting of mostly unicellular aquatic algae. Most live in freshwater;
Euglenophyta. Introduction. A moderate sized group (ca. 40 genera & 800 spp.)
Unicellular flagellates; Primarily freshwater, but important in some marine ...
DIVISION :EUGLENOPHYTA or the EUGLENOIDS. Euglenoids are unicellular
organisms whose classification as plants or animals can be debated equally ...
Find out information about Euglenophyta. small phylum of the kingdom Protista
Protista or Protoctista , in the five-kingdom system of classification, a kingdom ...
Independent studies in Poland and the US recently showed that there are two
major clades within Euglenoids, one containing Phacus and Lepocinclis, the
Euglenophyta, a division of highly differentiated algal flagellates were probably
first described by Antony van Leeuwenhoek, the pioneer in the study of protists in
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