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The euglena's red eyespot is used for ____: photosynthesis; binary fission; detection of light; detection of danger
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User: The euglena's red eyespot is used for ____: photosynthesis; binary fission; detection of light; detection of danger

Weegy: The euglena's red eyespot is used for: the detection of light. ]


User: Many protozoa are parasites and cause disease such as malaria, amoebic dysentery, and African sleeping sickness. true or false

Weegy: Many protozoa are parasites and cause disease such as malaria, amoebic dysentery, and African sleeping sickness. TRUE.
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User: Amoebas, paramecia, and euglenas can all reproduce by fission. true false


User: Select all that apply. How are protists different from bacteria and archaea? they are at least ten times larger; they can reproduce asexually; they are eukaryotes; they consist of both single- and multi- celled organism; they have flagella to move.



Weegy: Protists are different from bacteria and archaea in that: They are at least ten times larger. They are eukaryotes. They consist of both single- and multi-celled organisms.
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