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I can't find any proper concise notes on it.
CGP says that they are single-celled eukaryote. But poritts are single-celled and have no nucleus. So what the diff between prokaryotes and protists xxx
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Hey! Fellow GCSE student here,
prokaryota is a level of classification that contains bacteria and viruses,
Protocista/protozoa/protosists have the following traits:
live in an aqueous environment
unicellular
contain a variety of living organisms that usually do not fit into other kingdoms
(visually) look like animal cells in a microscope
most are microscopic
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