Protist is an informal term for any eukaryotic organism that is not an animal, plant
or fungus. The protists do not form a ...
All single celled organisms are placed under the Kingdom Protista. The term
Protista was first used by Ernst Haeckel in the year 1886. This kingdom forms a
Protista. Classification. Starting with the four “Supergroups”, we will divide the
rest into different levels called clades. A Clade is defined as a group of biological
Protists are difficult to characterize because of the great diversity of the kingdom.
These organisms vary in body form, nutrition, and reproduction. They may be ...
1 Introduction; 2 Classification of Protists; 3 Protozoa; 4 Algae. 4.1 Chlorophytes;
4.2 Phaeophytes; 4.3 Rhodophytes; 4.4 Chryosophytes; 4.5 Pyrrophytes ...
Biosystems. 1978 Apr;10(1-2):3-18. Protist classification and the kingdoms of
organisms. Whittaker RH, Margulis L. Traditional classification imposed a division
Protists are members of the Protista kingdom. The three main classifications or
protist phyla are protozoa, algae and slime mold. These protist types also ...
Dec 19, 2015 ... Kingdom Protista is a group of unicellular or multicellular organisms present in
plants & animals. Learn their basic characteristics and examples ...
It became very difficult to group some living things into one or the other, so early
in the past century the two kingdoms were expanded into five kingdoms: Protista
Scientists used to lump protists into a single kingdom, and they still use this
classification for some purposes. However, science has largely recognized that