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Euglena one of the most common flagellated protozoa has red eyespot which is important for _____
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User: Euglena one of the most common flagellated protozoa has red eyespot which is important for _____

Weegy: Euglena has a red eye spot that detects light to help get its food





User: which algae are responsible for causing red tides that can kill thousands of fish

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Rhodophyta are responsible for causing red tides that can kill thousands of fish.

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