Predatory protists

@article{Leander2020PredatoryP,
  title={Predatory protists},
  author={B. Leander},
  journal={Current Biology},
  year={2020},
  volume={30},
  pages={R510-R516}
}
The vast majority of eukaryotic life is made up of single cells commonly referred to as protists. In this primer, Leander provides an introduction to predatory protists - cells that eat other cells. This lifestyle, in particular the use of phagocytosis, makes endosymbiosis possible and enabled the evolution of complex cells. 
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