The term Protista was first used by Ernst Haeckel in 1866. ... Other protists can be
amoebas, which move by extending pseudopods and flowing into them, ...
Protists form a large and varied group of organisms, which fall into three distinct
groups based on what they eat. Photosynthetic protists produce energy from ...
Protists. Protists are organisms that are part of the biological kingdom called the
protista. ... One way protists can be divided up is according to how they move.
Amoebas eat algae, bacteria, plant cells, and microscopic protozoa and ... break
the paramecium down into chemicals that the amoeba can diffuse back into its ...
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Mar 3, 2014 ... Protists (probably colpoda ) eating bacteria- source was grass clippings in a
small aquarium in class room.
Cilia are important, because they are how Paramecium move. By beating the cilia
back and forth, the Paramecium can move through the water. Protists with cilia ...
The protists that are like animals feed on other protozoa, amoebas, and algae.
These protists can have one or more flagella that help them move. Many of these
protists live in the bodies of other organisms. Sometimes, they help their host, ...
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singlecelled type can't be seen without a microscope. -Singlecelled ... -Other
types of plantlike protists are diatoms, ... they eat small protist or consume
What do protozoa “eat”? Do they move in search for food? Protozoa are
heterotrophic organisms, meaning that they do not make their own food and