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KraigGarnder
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How do the cilia and flagella of protists differ from those of bacteria? Bacteria do not have cilia or flagella while protists have both. Bacteria have simple cilia and flagella while protists have complex cilia and flagella. Bacteria have complex cilia and flagella while protists have simple cilia and flagella. Bacteria only have cilia while protists have both cilia and flagella.

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Bacteria only have cilia while protists have both cilia and flagella. NOT TRUE: Bacteria do not have cilia or flagella while protists have both. Bacteria have simple cilia and flagella while protists have complex cilia and flagella. Bacteria have complex cilia and flagella while protists have simple cilia and flagella.

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