protist

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From New Latin Protista, from Ancient Greek πρώτιστος (prṓtistos).

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protist (plural protists)

  1. (microbiology) Any of the eukaryotic unicellular organisms including protozoans, slime molds and some algae; historically grouped into the kingdom Protoctista.
    Synonym: protistan
    1. single-celled eukaryotes, prokaryotes and sponges [to 1959]
    2. single-celled eukaryotes and prokaryotes [1959–1969]
    3. single-celled eukaryotes [since 1969]

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Etymology[edit]

From French protiste

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protist n (plural protiste)

  1. protist

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