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6.03 Protists Name information: My scientific name is “ Euglenida”, and my phylum is “Euglenozoa”. Available locations: I can work at any lake or pond with fresh brackish water. Work experience: (These skills are mostly beneficial for humans) I reduce Carbon Dioxide levels in ponds and lakes I have a lot of nutrients that humans can eat. I can show if water is polluted (I live in polluted water sometimes, so when humans see me they know that the water is polluted, but I am harmless to humans) Food: I am both heterotrophic and autotrophic, I make my own food when sunlight is available and I eat food when it is dark. When I am
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  • Fall '15
  • Hanlon
  • Biology, carbon dioxide levels, fresh brackish water

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