Protozoans are a type of single-celled organism which belong to the kingdom of Protista. They can be found in a variety of habitats, from oceans and freshwater to the bodies of other organisms. They are known for their diverse range of shapes, sizes, and behavior. Protozoans are important for their role in the food web, and they provide food for fish and other organisms. They also play a role in cycling nutrients, decomposing organic matter and aiding in the digestion of food. Additionally, some protozoan species are parasites, causing diseases in humans and other animals. Finally, protozoos are widely studied in research laboratories as they provide an ideal model organism that helps scientists understand the workings of other single-cell organisms.

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Editor: Zhong Ye, Clinical Research Specialist, Thomas Jefferson University
Publication Type: Open Access Journal
Description: International Journal of Cell is a multidisciplinary journal that covers wide scope in the area of life sciences. It provides a platform to research investigators, scholars, medical practitioners for sharing their contributions on the recent advances and techniques related to cell and its development.