anonymous
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What mode of nutrition do animal-like protists have?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
@dolly_10 may you please help me?
anonymous
  • anonymous
@Jess2084
anonymous
  • anonymous
In contrast to your plant-like protists (e.g., algae) which produce their own food and are known as autotrophs, protozoans must seek out and ingest their food...this mode of nutrition is known as heterotrophy.

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anonymous
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so im gussing its b?
anonymous
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What are your answers?
anonymous
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im bout bring them
anonymous
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a. they are strictly parasitic in nature. b. they are holozonic or parastic. c. they are autotrophic in nature. ummmmm... here they are @Jess2084
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B! (:
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Your very welcome (:
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Flutter?
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