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Where did the name come from and what does it mean?

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Transcript of Where did the name come from and what does it mean?

Protists
Do the organisms reproduce sexually or asexually?
Asexually with binary fission.
Where did the name come from and what does it mean?
How the organisms in the kingdom Protists organised at a cellular level?

Any of various one-celled organisms.
Meaning
Origin
Neo-Latin Protista
Green, golden, red, and brown unicellular algae large, single eukaryotic cell (nucleus is enclosed by a membrane)
How do the organisms in this kingdom "do" the other characteristics of..
Video
Interesting and unique facts
They mostly live in water or moist terrestrial habitats.
Their life cycle
Growth
Life
Their stages of development
So What Slide
They contribute in the process of producing oxygen.

Seaweed is edible.
Some examples of protists are..
diatom
Euglena
Amoeba
paramecium
How does it get energy?
There are four ways Protists get energy.
Photosynthesis, chemosynthesis, autotroph, heterotroph by ingestion, heterotroph by absorption.
http://ww.youtube.com/watch?v=lLHpj7h5Fnc
work cited
www.redorbit.com/news/video/education_1/1112754592/what-is-a-protist/
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