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Protozoa do not have any organellae for the process of respiration. The limiting permeable membrane acts as a respiratory surface. The free molecular oxygen from the surrounding media enters into the body by diffusion. Presence of a cytochrome system has been demonstrated in protozoa.
Protozoa which live as parasites in the digestive tube of higher animals do not get molecular oxygen in free state but get it by decomposing complex oxygen bearing substances present in the body of the host.
Anaerobic protozoa include Trypanosoma gambiense of vertebrate blood. While Histomonas meleagridis, a flagellate in the intestine of chicken can grow in presence of air as well as without it and is a ‘facultative aerobe’.