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Lesson 4 Study Guide Protists – these organisms are Eukaryotic – they have a nucleus. They are found in the domain Eukarya and make up Kingdom Protista. There are four Kingdoms in Eukarya – Plants, Animals, Fungi, and Protists. Protists are a very diverse group – if something is eukaryotic and not an animal, plant, or fungus – it belongs to Kingdom Protista. Plant-like protists – photosynthesis (photoautotrophs) Phytoplankton in the ocean – over ____ 50_____% of oxygen is produced by these Algae – single celled to multicellular Kelp Diatoms – cell wall of ___ Diatone___________; diatomaceous earth Dinoflagellates – cause of __ Red tide_____________________ Animal – like protists Protozoans - heterotrophic – categorized by
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  • Spring '16
  • Christina Snaples
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