Protista
 

These are very simple eukaryotic organisms which may be either unicellular (protozoans, algae) or multicellular with minimal specializations. They either look like animals (protozoans), plants (green algae) or fungi (slime and water molds). Because they are very simple organism, they can be  distinguished from complex animals and plants but no more.

They have the following phyla and classes

Chromalveolata

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Heterokontophyta

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Haptophyta

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Cryptophyta (cryptomonads)

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Alveolata

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Dinoflagellata

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Apicomplexa

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Ciliophora (ciliates)

Excavata

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Euglenozoa

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Percolozoa

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Metamonada

Rhizaria

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Radiolaria

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Foraminifera

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Cercozoa

Archaeplastida (in part)

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Rhodophyta (red algae)

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Glaucophyta (basal archaeplastids)

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Unikonta (in part)

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Amoebozoa

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Choanozoa

 

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