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Match the following methods of movement with the appropriate protozoan. 1. cilia 2. flagellum 3. pseudopodia A. paramecium B. euglena C. amoeba
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User: Match the following methods of movement with the appropriate protozoan. 1. cilia 2. flagellum 3. pseudopodia A. paramecium B. euglena C. amoeba

Weegy: Methods of movement matched to protozoan: amoeba: pseudopodia; paramecium: cilia, euglena: flagellum.
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User: Fungi cell walls are _____. made of cellulose, like plants; made of polysacharides snd chitin; permeable; impermeable

Weegy: Fungi cell walls are made of polysacharides and chitin, and are permeable.
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