Plant-like protists are known as algae. They are a large and diverse group. Plant-like protists are autotrophs. This implies they deliver their own nourishment. Most plant-like protists live in seas, lakes, or lakes. Protists can be unicellular (single-celled) or multicellular (many-celled). Seaweed and kelp are examples of multicellular, plant-like protists. Kelp can be as large as trees and form a “forest” in the ocean
Plant-like protists are autotrophs, meaning they make their own food.
Plant-like protists include algae, kelp, and seaweed.