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Classification of Protozoa: · 1. Sarcodina · 2. Mastigophora · 3. Ciliophora · 4. Sporozoa ...

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On this Page. Protozoa · Helminths · Ectoparasites · Parasitic Infections. A parasite is an organism that lives on or in ...

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Commonly known protozoans include representative dinoflagellates, amoebas, paramecia, and the malaria-causing Plasmodium. Features of protozoans.

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Of the existing protozoa, there are about 21,000 species that occur as free-living in a variety of habitats while another 11,000 species occur as parasitic ...

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Among well-known protozoans are amoebas, ciliates, paramecia, and dinoflagellates. Protozoa may live freely or as parasites, and may ...

www.verywellhealth.com/definition-of-protozoa-1958837

Discover the protozoa, an important type of microorganism in infectious diseases. Learn about the certain types of diseases they can cause.

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It describes the anatomy and morphology at the light-microscope level of different types of protozoa (ciliates, flagellates, amoeboids, and heliozoas), ...

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The odds are, you will probably have one species of protozoa in your body ... of these parasitic protozoans call for transmission through different hosts ...

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Jan 5, 2021 ... Historically protozoa were divided into four major groups: the ameba, the flagellates, the ciliates, and the sporozoa. The distinguishing ...

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Various forms of reproduction have evolved in this group, one of the ... is caused by the flagellate protozoan Trypanosoma; a related species T. cruzi ...

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The term continues to be used in a loose way to describe single-celled protists (that is, eukaryotes that are not animals, plants, or fungi) that feed by ...