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The more than 8,000 species of diatoms are the largest group in the phylum Chrysophyta of the kingdom Protista.
Protozoans are diverse group of organisms in Kingdom protista.
Kingdom Protista is called polyphyletic group of organism because they do not shear their single common ancester.
No; it is a polyphyletic group.
It is a group of ciliate protozoa, and it belongs to the Kingdom Protista
The Kingdom Protista has single-cell organisms with nuclei. The protists of Kingdom Protista are the simplest eukaryotes, yet they represent an incredibly diverse group.
Amoeba belongs to the group called Protista
No, the 'Kingdom' Protista is not a clade or monophyletic group at all, most likely. It could be that it should be divided into about 60 separate kingdoms. 'Protista' was used as a catch-all for unclassifyable groups. This surely does not reflect reality and work is under way to properly classify the algae and protista that swarm in this improper group called Protista.
The Kingdom Protista is is a diverse group made up of mostly unicellular eukaryotes.
Arthopoda for the Animal Kingdom. Ascomycota for the Fungi Kingdom. Angiosperms for the Plant Kingdom. Frimicutes for the Bacteria Kingdom. Autotrophs for the Protista Kingdom.
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The largest group of organisms is phylum and I sware to God this is the correct answer.I'm Pretty sure the answer is protista.
It contains both. Kingdom Protista is a large and very diverse group of organisms and can live as unicellular, multicellular, and in some cases, colonial cells.
It is in the ciliate part of the protista kingdom.
Kingdom is the largest group in this series: kingdom Phylum, class Order Family Genus Species
Kingdom Protista was created because the Eukaryotes don't have the distinctive characters of plants, animals or fungi.
Volvox belongs to the kingdom Protista. It is a plant-like protist.
they had more than one independent origin.
poopongilica is the scientific name for kingdom protista
Diatoms - Unicellular orgasnisms of the protista kingdom.Chlorophyta - A division of the kingdom of protista (known as green algae).Euglenophyta - Small phylum of the protista kingdom (mostly unicellular).Dinoflagellata - A large group of protists, many of these organisms contain chlorophyll.Chrysophyta - Eukaryotic algae (known as goldenalgae).Phaeophyta - Belonging to the protista kingdom (known as brown algae).Rhodophyta - Belonging to the protista kingdom (known as red algae).
Yes, moldy bread would be in the protista kingdom. Zygote fungus is in the protista kingdom and can cause bread to develop mold.
Protista; not a prokaryote, but not an animal either. Can´t tell you much else as I find Protista a very vague and unhelpful group myself ^^;
The kingdom Protista contains Eukaryotes that are not Plants, animals, or fungi.