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Protists use all of the following methods to obtain energy except A. photosynthesis. B. ingesting food. C. converting atmospheric nitrogen. D. absorbing food.
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User: Which characteristics do scientists use to identify specific prokaryotes?

User: Protists use all of the following methods to obtain energy except A. photosynthesis. B. ingesting food. C. converting atmospheric nitrogen. D. absorbing food.

Weegy: Protists use all of the following methods to obtain energy except: Photosynthesis.




User: How are the different types of protists classified? A. By their method of obtaining nutrition. B. By their method of movement. C. Both A & B. D. None of these.

Weegy: The diffrent types of protists classified by their method of obtaining nutrition.
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User: Eukaryotes that lack the characteristics of animals, plants or fungi are classified into the kingdom A. Animalia. B. Protista. C. Plantae. D. Archaebacteria.

Weegy: Eukaryotes that lack the characteristics of animals, plants or fungi are classified into the kingdom Protista.



User: A protist that can surround and engulf food particles is most likely A. plant-like. B. fungus-like. C. animal-like. D. none of these.

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A protist that can surround and engulf food particles is most likely a fungus-like.
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