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  • n. Plural form of protozoan.

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  • "If these key molecules had a function in protozoans that then got altered for metazoan function, orthodox evolution would expect them to date back just as far as FLE."

    Another predictable argument against front-loading

  • If these key molecules had a function in protozoans that then got altered for metazoan function, orthodox evolution would expect them to date back just as far as FLE.

    Another predictable argument against front-loading

  • However, genetic diversity is disappearing due to loss of habitat, insecticides, displacement by massproduced, genetically uniform queens and exotic breeds, destructive harvesting, and the spread of diseases and pests such as protozoans, bacteria, insects, and mites.

    35 Bees

  • I would hypothesize that while these protozoans exist as single-celled organisms, they also exist, in nature, as a community that communicates and coordinates.

    Biomolecular Networks

  • Another significant component to reef sediments are benthic foraminifera, protozoans that secrete calcium carbonate tests that range from microscopic to millimeters in length.

    Coral reef

  • Since then, Ayala's research has focused on parasitic protozoans, tiny organisms that cause malaria and other diseases.

    Genetics researcher Francisco Ayala discusses his life, his work and creationism

  • Do you spend most of your time researching parasitic protozoans or talking about evolution and intelligent design issues?

    Genetics researcher Francisco Ayala discusses his life, his work and creationism

  • The plants create a habitat for creatures like protozoans and microscopic crustaceans that eat the dead and dying bacteria.

    Washing The Water

  • No. There are however over 640 plant species that attract, capture, kill, and digest animals and protozoans.

    Feed me, Seymour!

  • They include all metazoans (multicelled life forms: plants, animals, and fungi), as well as protozoans like amebas and all algae (except the blue-green "algae" I mention below).

    Who Do You Say I Am

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