Protista


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Protista

 [pro-tis´tah]
in the classification of living organisms, a kingdom comprising unicellular organisms with distinct nuclei (the eukaryotes), including protozoa, algae (except blue-green “algae,” which are now classified as bacteria), and certain intermediate forms.

Pro·tis·ta

(prō-tis'tă),
A kingdom of both plantlike and animallike eucaryotic unicellular organisms, either in the form of solitary organisms, for example, protozoa, or colonies of cells lacking true tissues.
[G. ntr. pl. of prōtistos, the first of all]

Pro·tis·ta

(prō-tis'tă)
A kingdom of both plantlike and animallike eukaryotic unicellular organisms, either in the form of solitary organisms, e.g., protozoa, or colonies of cells lacking true tissues.
[G. ntr. pl. of prōtistos, the first of all]

Protista

or

Protoctista

the kingdom, in older CLASSIFICATIONS, which contains eukaryotic, mostly unicellular, organisms, including ALGAE, diatoms (BACILLARIOPHYCEAE), PROTOZOANS and slime moulds.
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Asi, para indicar que el grupo ("reino") de los Protista se desprendio del de las Plantas para formar un nuevo grupo, la sena GRUPO-2, reinterpretada como CL:1234crza/o+ [conjunto de entidades agrupadas manipuladas], en este caso ES-MOVIDO-[DE.sup.[MP]]-[A-.sup.[mV0pecho]], es decir se mueve de la ubicacion en que esta esa misma sena representando las Plantas a una nueva ubicacion, indicando asi que es un nuevo reino.
Prey item Phylum Kingdom Animalia Phylum Mollusca Bivalvia Gastropoda Scaphopoda Phylum Porifera Sponges Kingdom Plantae Seagrass and seaweed Kingdom Protista Foraminifera Others Sediment Prey item Frequency of occurrence (%) Kingdom Animalia 12.24 44.89 4.80 4.80 Kingdom Plantae 61.22 Kingdom Protista 83.97 Others 95.92 Figure 4: Distribution of S.
Microbiota identified in oral cavities Group and age of patients Protista Fungi I Trichomonas.
(Ed.), Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology, Part C, Protista, 2.
Division of the kingdom of protista consisting of the photosynthetic organism commonly known as green algae.
Organisms native to Antarctica include many types of algae, bacteria, fungi, plants, protista, and certain animals, such as mites, nematodes, penguins, seals and tardigrades.
The average abundance of flies transporting parasites was 40%, of which 44.2% were classified as Protista and 55.8% as Helminths.
sp., a microsporidium (Protista) in the skeletal muscle of an immune-compromised individual.
Era pues un neologismo sintomatologico y una timida e inadecuada aproximacion nosologica que, bajo la influencia de Linneo (1707-1778), se reflejo en la clasificacion etiologica de John Siegel (1861-1941) quien propuso en 1905 el genero protista Cytorhyctes o Cytorrhyctes.
El interes por este protista flagelado se ha incrementado a partir de la segunda mitad del siglo XX, al ser reconocido como un patogeno potencial por primera vez en 1962 (Paulino, 2005), debido a que el hospedero infectado elimina el quiste de Giardia al medio ambiente con las heces, y el hospedero susceptible contrae la infeccion por la ingestion de estos a traves de alimentos mal procesados o el agua sin tratamiento adecuado (Fernandez y Diaz, 2003; Nunez, 2004).
In the mid-1800s, Haeckel expanded these categorical divisions of life, which, by the 1960s, eventually grew to 5 "Kingdoms," allowing the Monera, Protista, and Fungi to be positioned alongside the Animalia and Plantae [1, 2].
Melanin is a class of compounds which is also found in the plant, animal, and Protista kingdoms, where it serves predominantly as a pigment and is synthesized within melanosomes, a membrane-bound granule [78].