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How are the autotrophic protists different from the heterotrophic protists? The autotrophic protists can photosynthesize, while the heterotrophic protists cannot. The heterotrophic protists can all move around, while the autotrophic protists are immobile. The heterotrophic protists reproduce by spores, while the autotrophic protists form eggs. The autotrophic protists eat by endocytosis, while the heterotrophic protists use pinocytosis.

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  1. susan0810
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    @Faman39 can you help?

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    Sure i m trying :)

  3. susan0810
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    okay thanks! :)

  4. Faman39
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    Its A

  5. Faman39
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    No Problem :) take care

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    can you help with another?

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    Sure i will try my best but don't forget to medal me for this :) if it helps u

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    Which of the following best explains a characteristic that differentiates fungi from animals? Fungi can reproduce asexually, while animals cannot. Fungi are heterotrophs, while animals are not. Fungal cells are prokaryotic, while animal cells are eukaryotic. Fungal cells have cell walls, while animal cells do not.

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    Tell me, what else i can do for u ? wow! but i was saying abt later when u find its really then u can gave me tat medals but thank u :)

  10. Faman39
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    hold on

  11. Faman39
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    Fungal cells have cell walls, while animal cells do not

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    Anything else ? :)

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    one second haha

  14. Faman39
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    wait

  15. Faman39
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    Dont post here all ur question

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    Which of the following best represents the relationship between different structures in a plant and their functions? The differences between plant structures and the mechanism that produces them The completed plant tissues and the cells that initiate their growth The relationship between different structures in a plant and their functions The types of plant cells and their functions within the plant

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    and why?

  18. Faman39
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    U can post separately :)

  19. Faman39
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    Dont messed up all ur question here

  20. susan0810
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    well after the question above i will lol

  21. Faman39
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    :P

  22. Faman39
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    ok thanks

  23. susan0810
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    can you answer my question please :)

  24. Faman39
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    wait

  25. susan0810
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    ok

  26. Faman39
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    I think its The types of plant cells and their functions within the plant

  27. Faman39
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    Um not sure that much about it

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