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Found Kingdom Protista 2 times.

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1. Kingdom Protista
This kingdom is composed of single-celled (sometimes multicellular), eukaryotic organisms. Protists are more complex than bacteria and include protozooan s and some types of algae .

2. Kingdom Protista (protists)
This biologic kingdom is composed of eukaryotic organisms: unicellular and multicellular algae , slime mold s, and unicellular or simple colonial protozoan s. Protists obtain their nutrition via several methods, including photosynthesis , devouring other organisms, and absorption. Protists can reproduce sexually or asexually, and they can be sedentary or move with pseudopod s, flagella , or cilia . There are over 55,000 known living species and over 35,000 known extinct species in this kingdom.