Unit 5: The Evolutionary History of Diversity Extras  Study Guide

Chapter 28 9 Review
  1. The kingdom formerly known as is crumbling. Protists are more diverse than any other eukaryote group.
  2. Much of protist diversity has its origins in serial .
  3. Unicellular protists:
  4. Multicellular protists:
    • Golden algae ( ) can be unicellular or colonial and contain yellow and brown for photosynthesis.
    • Brown algae ( ), are multicellular "seaweeds" that can grow to great heights.
    • algae and algae are the closest relatives of land plants.
      • Red algae ( ) are multicellular "seaweeds" that contain red pigments.
      • Green algae ( ) contain that give them their green color.
    • An innovation among the multicellular algae is the of generations.
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