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Oct 15, 18 04:11 PM
Vorticella is a protozoa (protist) that belongs to the Phylum Ciliophora. As such, they are eukaryotic ciliates that can be found in such habitats as fresh and salty water bodies among others.
Oct 13, 18 02:15 PM
Proteobacteria makes up one of the largest phyla and most versatile phyla in the Bacteria domain. As such, it consists of several types of bacterial that include phototrophs, chemolithotrophs and hete…
Oct 06, 18 04:30 PM
Also referred to as blue-green algae and blue-green bacteria, cyanobacteria is a bacteria phylum that obtain their energy through a process known as photosynthesis. Cyanobacteria can be found in a var…
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