Biology 1 Exam 4 Study Guide Chapter 22-34

What traits are in common for all land plants yet

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Unformatted text preview: which apply to multicellular life (plants, fungi, animals). Ch 28 terms and concepts to know: Protist versus Protista Chromalveolata Archaeplastids Mixotroph Alveolates Unikonta Secondary endosymbiosis Stramenopiles Amoebozoans Excavata Rhizaria Opisthokonts • Understand the endosymbiotic theory of eukaryote evolution and role of secondary endosymbiosis in protist evolution. • What are important differences, or unique characteristics, among the five subgroups of eukaryote life, as well as major branches within Chromalveolates and Unikonts? Which gave rise to plants, fungi, and animals? • Ch 29 terms and concepts to know: Chlorophytes Archegonium Angiosperm Charophytes Antheridium Gametophyte Sporopollenin Sporangium Sporophyte Embyophytes Vascular tissue Rhizoids...
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