- prothrombin accelerator,
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- proto team
Origin of protist
Examples from the Web for protists
This monogenetic propagation is very common among the protists, both protophyta and protozoa.
It seems desirable to do the same for the science of the protists, or unicellular organisms.
(1894 Protists and Plants, 1895 Vertebrates, 1896 Invertebrates).Darwin and Modern Science|A.C. Seward and Others
It is only in the case of the protists that the morphological unity is bound up with the physiological.
Human psychology is inseparably connected with comparative animal psychology, and this again with that of the plants and protists.
Word Origin for protist
1869, from Modern Latin Protista (German Protisten, Haeckel, 1868), from Greek neuter plural of protistos "the very first," superlative of protos "first" (see proto-).