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Article from Wikipedia on the unicellular microbes that are traditionally classified as protozoans, based on their methods of locomotion.
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protozoan also protozoon ( ) n. , pl. -zoans or ... Protozoa are almost as widely ... Protozoa of the soil and sand live in films of moisture on ...
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Exercise from Invertebrate Anatomy OnLine covering Euglena, Trypanosoma, Trichonympha, Peridinium, Paramecium and other ciliates, Monocystis lumbrici, Opalina, ...
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Protozoa (in Greek proto = first and zoa = animals) is a diverse group of single ... Protozoa may live freely or as parasites, and may live as single cells or in ...
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Site for Small Things ... Home. Prototozoa. Resources. Protozoa World ©2009 ApeZoo, LLC Terms Of Use Privacy ...
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They are not algae (though many argue that algae and protozoa ought to be grouped together) ... As noted, some authors group together protozoa and microscopic algae. ...
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An overview of the major groups of smaller freshwater life for the hobbyist and school student, with links to articles, images and multimedia resources
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Protozoa. Proudhon, ... The name Protozoa was coined as far back as 1820 as an equivalent ... Besides the true Protozoa, which, ex hypothesi, are organisms of ...
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Information about the Kingdom Protozoa including photos, maps, and text. ... Protozoa exist throughout aqueous environments and soil, occupying a range of ...
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taxonomy of protozoa ... Protozoa are thought to be the origin for the evolution of all multi-cellular ... contained in this PROTOZOA section are rather ...
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Protozoa summary with 12 pages of encyclopedia entries, essays, summaries, research information, and more. ... Protozoa are a diverse group of single-celled ...
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The name Protozoa was coined as far back as 1820 as an equivalent for the German ... Hence the Protozoa are to be regarded as a convenient rather than a natural ...
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Protozoa are single-celled eukaryotes (organisms whose cells have nuclei) that ... Fire Ant Killing Protozoa Found In 120 Texas Counties (May 11, 2004) — If ...
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Protists are a group made up of protozoa, unicelular algae and slime molds. ... Protozoa are the oldest known group of heterotrophic life-that consume and ...
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Protozoa are single-celled animals that feed primarily on bacteria, but also eat ... As they eat bacteria, protozoa release excess nitrogen that can then be used by ...
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When you have completed this page, go to the Protozoa Quiz. The protozoa are one-celled animals and the smallest of all animals. ...
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Numerous protozoa inhabit the gastro-intestinal tract of humans (see Box) ... The majority of these protozoa are non-pathogenic commensals, or only result in ...
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Protozoa, collective name for animal-like, single-celled organisms, some of ... Protozoa - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia ... "Protozoa," Microsoft® Encarta® ...
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Get information, facts, and pictures about Protozoa at Encyclopedia.com. ... Protozoa ... Protozoa formerly, the name of an animal phylum comprising a large, diverse ...
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