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Identify the characteristics of organisms belonging to the kingdom Protista
A. Heterogeneous assemblage of unicellular, colonial and multicellular Eukaryotes that do not have the distinctive characters of plants, animals or fungi. B. Contains a number of organisms previously classified as plants, animals or fungi. E.g. [ protozoans, all the algae except blue-greens, and several organisms previously called fungi ]
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User: Identify the characteristics of organisms belonging to the kingdom Protista

Weegy: A. Heterogeneous assemblage of unicellular, colonial and multicellular Eukaryotes that do not have the distinctive characters of plants, animals or fungi. B. Contains a number of organisms previously classified as plants, animals or fungi. E.g. [ protozoans, all the algae except blue-greens, and several organisms previously called fungi ]







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