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The types of protists, which are eukaryotes, that aren't animals, fungi or plants include euglenoza, alevolates, stramenopiles, red algae, slime molds and choanoflagellates. The alevolate group includes ciliates, sporozo... More »

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The three different types of protists are protozoa, algae and fungus-like protists. These types are unofficially categorized by how they obtain nutrition. All protists are eukaryotes. More »

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Protists are members of the Protista kingdom. The three main classifications or protist phyla are protozoa, algae and slime mold. These protist types also generate movement in different ways, such as through cilia, flage... More »

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Common examples of multicellular protists include brown algae, green algae, red algae and slime molds. Algae are classified as plant-like protists, while slime molds are categorized as fungus-like protists. More »

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