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6.3: Animal-like Protists

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cilia Very small tail-like projections that beat back and forth to allow movement.
ciliate Type of protozoa, such as Paramecium, that moves with cilia.
flagellate Type of protozoa, such as Giardia, that moves with flagella.
heterotroph Organism that must eat food to obtain energy.
protozoa Single-celled eukaryotes that share many traits with animals.
pseudopodia Temporary feet where the cell surface extends out.
sporozoa (singular, sporozoan): Type of protozoa that cannot move as adults.

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Date Created:
Nov 29, 2012
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Aug 30, 2016
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