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Protist Jake B., Calvin M. Jr., Nicholas H., and Colin Wolfe Classification Characteristics 10-52 micrometers.

Seen easily by a microscope.

Largest Protozoa are deep-sea dwelling xenophyophores.

can grow up to 20 cm in diameter.

Exist throughout aqueous environments and soil.

Occupy a range of trophic levels. References Phyla Protozoa
Fungi-like Protists Classification 1 Introduction to the Protists "Protozoa (Kingdom)." ZipCodeZoo. ZipCodeZoo, 24 Aug. 2012. Web. 20-28 May 2013.

Miller, Kenneth R., and Joseph S. Levine. Biology. Upper Saddle River: Pearson Education, 2010. Print.

Carter, J. "Protista." Protista. NSTA, 2 Nov. 2004. Web. 24-27 May 2013. Terminolgy Protists are classified into the Eukarya Domain Protozoa, Algae, Fungi-like

Sub-groups: Flagellates, Amoeboids, Sporozoans, and Ciliates.

Sub-groups defined how Protists move around Human Diseases Caused by Protists Malaria
Sleeping Sickness
Chagas Disease
Toxoplasmosis -Protists belong to many Phyla Divisions
-Reproduce Sexually -changing haploid and diploid cells -Important source of food to organisms
-Break down dead plants and animals
-Give nutrients back to the environment
-Balance out the amount of bacteria
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