What is a distinguishing characteristic of the kingdom protista? Help!
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Before we tackle your problem, what do you now so far about the different kingdoms?
Not much... ): but the different answer choices are
A: Protists consist of mainly decomposers
B:protists are the only photosynthetic organisms
c: protists are microscopic, multicellular organisms
d: protists are typically single celled organisms
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@dillmo27 it is a disservice to the cause of this website to be just giving out answers.
an explanation would be helpful (-: i'd like to know this sort of info for my exam.
Protists are mostly UNICELLULAR (meaning, single-celled) eukaryotes and some relatively simple multicellular relatives. Scientists are currently debating how to classify protists in a way that accurately reflects their evolutionary relationships.
Recent evidence shows that some protist groups are more closely related to multicellular eukaryotes such as animals and fungi than they are to each other. Thus, the recent taxonomic trend has been to split the protists into several groups.
source: Cambell Biology 9th ed.