Protozoa - THE PROTOZOA UNICELLULAR EUCARYOTIC...

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THE PROTOZOA UNICELLULAR - EUCARYOTIC MICROORGANISMS FOUND IN THE KINGDOM PROTISTA NO COMMON BASIC STRUCTURE, SIZE OR SHAPE SIZE VARIES GREATLY - 2 TO 5,000 MICROMETERS DISTRIBUTION FREE LIVING FORMS
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PARASITIC FORMS (MANY ANIMALS CARRY PROTOZOANS AS NORMAL FLORA) FACTORS AFFECTING DISTRIBUTION OF FREE LIVING FORMS NaCl CONCENTRATION pH TEMPERATURE OXYGEN REQUIREMENTS
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NUTRITION FREE LIVING FORMS - PHAGOCYTOSIS OF PARTICULATE MATTER COMPLEX NUTRITIONAL NEEDS ALL ARE CHEMOHETEROTROPHS STORAGE PRODUCTS - GLYCOGEN, STARCH AND LIPIDS REPRODUCTION ASEXUAL – BINARY FISSION, MULTIPLE FISSION OR BUDDING
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SEXUAL - SYNGAMY OR CONJUGATION CLASSIFICATION (ORGANELLES OF MOTOLITY) KINGDOM: PROTISTA PHYLUM: PROTOZOA GROUPINGS: AMOEBA, FLAGELLATES, CILIATES, SPOROZOA AMOEBA - PSEUDOPODIA - NO CELL WALL AMOEBA PROTEUS - FREE LIVING AMOEBA
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ENTAMOEBA HISTOLYTICA Causes: Amoebic Dysentery ACANTHAMOEBA Sp. Causes:
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Protozoa - THE PROTOZOA UNICELLULAR EUCARYOTIC...

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