1. what are protists?

1. what are protists? (1 point) a. prokaryotes that are part of domain archaea b. eukaryotes that are not part of the plant, animal, or fungi kingdoms c. single celled organisms that belong to the plant, animal, and fungi kingdoms d. single celled eukaryotes that are part of the plant and fungi kingdoms 2. how are protists related to other eukaryotes? (1 point) a. todays protists and plants, fungi, and animals have an ancient common ancestor b. protists evolved from bacteria while other eukaryotes evolved from archaea c. todays protists gave rise to plants, fungi, and animals d. todays protists arose from ancient plants, fungi, and animals

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1. Protists are the members of an informal grouping of diverse eukaryotic organisms that are not animals, plants or fungi. They do not form a natural group, or clade, but are often grouped together for convenience, like algae or invertebrates.

2.Todays protists include groups whose ancestors were among the very last to split from the organisms that gave rise to plants, animals, and fungi.

1. eukaryotes that are not part of the plant, animal, or fungi kingdoms  

2. Today's protists and plants, fungi, and animals have an ancient common ancestor.

Prokaryotic and single-celled organisms belong to the Monera kingdom. The kingdom contains the main classes of bacteria which are eubacteria and archaebacterial

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