Giardia Lamblia: protozoan example of the Plasmodroma Phylum
Definition (what they are)
Protozoa are unicellular microorganisms (living things) formed by only one cell and eukaryotic. Protozoa are part of the Protist Kingdom.
- Phylum Amoebozoa
- Filo Cercozoa
- Philo Choanozoa
- Philo Ciliophora
- Philo Euglenozoa
- Philo Loukozoa
- Metamonate Phylum
- Microsporidia Phylum
- Mycetozoa Phylum
- Filo Percolozoa
- Plasmodroma Phylum
- Sarcomastigophora Phylum
- Philo Sulcozoa
Examples of protozoa and phyla that belong:
- Amoebas, also known as amoebas, are part of the Amoebozoa Phylum.
- A giardia lamblia, which causes giardiasis, is a protist that belongs to the phylum Plasmodroma.
- O Balantidium coli is a ciliated protozoan, which causes an intestinal infection known as balantidiosis, belongs to the Ciliophora Phylum.
- A Euglena sp is a flagellated protozoan that belongs to the Euglenozoa Phylum.