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Unformatted text preview: 8. Both are heterotrophic organisms of the kingdom Protista. Foraminifera are primarily marine organisms, while Rhizopoda can live in marine water, fresh water, and soil. Foraminifera have shells with tiny projections coming out that aid in movement, and Amoebas (Phylum Rhizopoda) can have shells as well. 9. All of these organisms are capable of photosynthesis. (Euglenoids, Dinoflagellates, and Diatoms) 10. Phaeophyta, the phylum which brown algae belongs to, is responsible for large marine seaweeds. 11. Most taxa (of Brown Algae) dominate rocky shores in cooler marine areas (i.e. Coral Reefs). They are common in the intertidal zone of both Washington and Oregon. 12. Rhodophyta live in warm marine waters. 13. Slime molds are part of the Kingdom Protista because they lack the hyphae that organisms in the Kingdom Fungi have....
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