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HELP! PLEASE! Select reasons why euglena have in the past been classified as protozoans. (Note that it says reasonS. The S means plural, which is more than one.) They are motile. They have no cell wall. They have food vacuoles. They have a pellicle.
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During the feeding phase of the cellular slime mold, the organism exists as an amoeba-like body of (slime, cells) that feed on organic material, bacteria, and fungus. If food becomes scarce, some of the cells of the slime mold emit a (odor, chemical) that other slime mold cells react to and they gather into a larger, single slimy mass. This is the slug phase because the mass looks and acts much like a slug. From the slug phase, (separated cells, fruiting bodies) will evolve and individual spores are released that are capable of becoming new individual amoeba-like cells, and they enter the feeding phase.

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