DiBernabei Federico        &Gaddoni Francesco
Protists are a diverse group of                     Monera                       Eukaryotic microorganisms,               ...
The traditionalsubdivisions is largelybased on superficialcommonalities:-animal like, protozoa-plant-like protophyta-fungu...
-The dispute over the properdivios of the kingdom                               ERNST                               HAECKEL
The classificationsof today attemptto presentmonophyleticgroups based onultrastructure,biochemistry, andgenetics.
Different typesof protistshave differentfeeding.
Some protists arereproduced sexually,some asexually; whileothers, throughcomplex cycles,are reproduce by bothways.
Many protists arealso important pathogens. Some researcherswere able toexploitthem tofight diseases in plantsand reduce th...
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  1. 1. DiBernabei Federico &Gaddoni Francesco
  2. 2. Protists are a diverse group of Monera Eukaryotic microorganisms, which includes mostly unicellular organisms that do not fit into the other kingdoms.Plants Animals Organisms Protists Fungi
  3. 3. The traditionalsubdivisions is largelybased on superficialcommonalities:-animal like, protozoa-plant-like protophyta-fungus-like" slime molds andwater molds
  4. 4. -The dispute over the properdivios of the kingdom ERNST HAECKEL
  5. 5. The classificationsof today attemptto presentmonophyleticgroups based onultrastructure,biochemistry, andgenetics.
  6. 6. Different typesof protistshave differentfeeding.
  7. 7. Some protists arereproduced sexually,some asexually; whileothers, throughcomplex cycles,are reproduce by bothways.
  8. 8. Many protists arealso important pathogens. Some researcherswere able toexploitthem tofight diseases in plantsand reduce thepopulation of harmfulinsects.
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