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What are protists? (1 point) prokaryotes that are part of domain Archaea eukaryotes that are not part of the plant, animal, or fungi kingdoms single-celled organisms that belong to the plant, animal, and fungi kingdoms single-celled eukaryotes that are part of the plant and fungi kingdoms 2. How are protists related to other eukaryotes? (1 point) Today’s protists and plants, fungi, and animals have an ancient common ancestor. Protists evolved from bacteria while the other eukaryotes evolved from archaea. Today’s protists gave rise to plants, fungi, and animals. Today’s protists arose from ancient plants, fungi, and animals. 3. To move, nonmotile protists depend on (1 point) air or water currents and other organisms. cytoplasmic projections. cilia and flagella. microtubules. Figure 21-2 4. The organism shown in Figure 21–2 is an example of (1 point) a flagellate. a ciliate. an amoeba. a spore-forming protist. 5. During what process do two protists exchange genetic material? (1 point) cell division meiosis conjugation mitosis
Other than the fifth question... this will entirely depend on what your teacher or text have to say about it. I taught a Zoology course a few semesters ago and I can tell you, there is no real set in stone answers.
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