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Protists

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What are plant-like protists called? Algae.
What are pigments? Chemicals that produce color.
What are Euglenoids? They are autorophic and/or heterotrophic organisms that are unicellular, they live in fresh water, have a flagellum to move, and they have an eyespot that detects light.
What are Dinoflagellates? Are unicellular organisms surrounded by stiff plates, and use two flagella to move, they also glow in the dark, and cause red tide.
What are Datoms? They are uncellular organisms the glass-like cell walls, are an very important food source, they move by oozing out slime from inside their cell and sliding across it, they also make diatomaceous when they die, and is used to kill insects
What is Red algae? An multicellular seaweed, a food source common in Asia, and is a carrageenan and a agar
What is Brown algae? An multicellular seaweed, a important source of food, it has plant structures (holdfast, stalk, and blades), and has bladders to float and move
What are Protists? Organisms that can't be classified as an animal, fungi, or plant
What are animal-like protists called Protozoans
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