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Single-celled eukaryotes are included in

[A] Fungi
[B] Protista
[C] Monera
[D] Archaea
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Mahantesh janjeer
Mahantesh janjeer - 1 year ago

Mahantesh janjeer from Bengaluru, India is saying Archaea is correct answer

Rhye
Rhye - 2 years ago

Rhye from San Fernando, Philippines is saying Protista is correct answer

tanu sharma
tanu sharma - 3 years ago

tanu sharma from Delhi, India is saying Fungi is correct answer

omer abdullah shaikh
omer abdullah shaikh - 3 years ago

omer abdullah shaikh from Hyderabad, India is saying Monera is correct answer

Nazia Sayed
Nazia Sayed - 3 years ago

Nazia Sayed from Mumbai, India is saying Protista is correct answer

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