How can flagellates be described?

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Flagellates thin thread-like protozoa that extend from the surface of a cell. They move in a ‘whip-like’ motion that results in waves which enable them to move. Flagellates can be solitary, free-living, parasitic or colonial and live in the intestines and bloodstream of the host. Flagellate protozoa are both a plant and animal. Protozoal diseases are dangerous to certain hosts if not treated effectively. Some protozoal disease examples include amoebiasis which is transmitted through oral feces by flies and cockroaches....
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